New York Symposium

The Irish Lesson for Implementing the Oasis Plan

Why Did the Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse?

The Mysteries of the Universe: The April 8th Solar Eclipse

From Ireland to Palestine: Celebrate St. Patrick's Day By Ending Colonialism

New York Symposium, March 15, 2024.

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The Survivors Would Envy The Dead: The Present Danger of Thermonuclear War


New York Symposium, March 8, 2024.

*** Participation in the Sare for Senate NY Symposium Dialogue does not constitute endorsement of the campaign, nor do the opinions expressed necessarily reflect the views of the candidate. The NY Symposium is a dialogue on important matters of policy to enable the voters to develop an informed, as opposed to arbitrary, opinion.

Knew or Should Have Known: The Lessons of the Nuremberg Trials

New York Symposium, March 1, 2024.

Does the Pentagon Think Open Elections Are A National Security Threat?

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Diane Sare in live dialogue with election observer and podcaster Craig Pasta Jardula, and EIR intelligence researcher Dave Christie.

Participation in the Sare for Senate NY Symposium Dialogue does not constitute endorsement of the campaign, nor do the opinions expressed necessarily reflect the views of the candidate. The NY Symposium is a dialogue on important matters of policy to enable the voters to develop an informed, as opposed to arbitrary, opinion.

 

The Art of Politics: Abraham Lincoln's Love of Shakespeare

New York Symposium, February 16, 2024.

War Is STILL a Racket: Lessons from Smedley Butler

"A More Perfect Union": Restoring America's Global Mission