Anthony Gregory on "War, Foreign Policy, and Empire: The Changing Political Dynamic" at the Future of Freedom Foundation's (http://fff.org) Restoring the Republic, 2007.
Anthony Gregory earned his Bachelors Degree in American History from UC Berkeley, giving the history commencement speech for his class in 2003. His undergraduate thesis was on media-government relations during the 1993 standoff at Waco, Texas, between federal law enforcement and the Branch Davidians.
Ted Galen Carpenter on "Bully of the Playground: How Washington Makes Enemies Abroad and Undermines Freedom at Home" at the Future of Freedom Foundation's (http://fff.org) Restoring the Republic, 2007.
Ted Galen Carpenter is vice president for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute. Dr. Carpenter is the author of seven books and the editor of ten books on international affairs. His books include Americas Coming War with China: A Collision Course over Taiwan (2006), The Korean Conundrum: Americas Troubled Relations with North and South Korea, coauthored with Doug Bandow (2004), Bad Neighbor Policy: Washingtons Futile War on Drugs in Latin America ( 2003), Peace & Freedom: Foreign Policy for a Constitutional Republic (2002), The Captive Press: Foreign Policy Crises and the First Amendment (1995), Beyond NATO: Staying Out of Europes Wars (1994), and A Search for Enemies: Americas Alliances after the Cold War (1992). More about Carpenter at: http://www.fff.org/theWord/speakers2.asp#carpenter
Ralph Raico on "The Case for an America-First Foreign Policy" at the Future of Freedom Foundation's (http://fff.org) Restoring the Republic, 2007.
Ralph Raico is originally from New York City. He received his B.A. from the City College of New York and his Ph. D. from the University of Chicago. He attended the Ludwig von Mises's Seminar at NYU and translated Mises's Liberalism. He is the Editor of the New Individualist Review and a Senior Editor of Inquiry Magazine. More about Raico at: http://www.fff.org/theWord/speakers4.asp#raico