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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Max Ascoli
Monday night I attended a public policy discussion sponsored, not surprisingly, by the American Spectator - I say not surprisingly because I have been attending these meetings for roughly 30 years and always come away with fresh ideas. They are meant to ventilate ideas, and now that a presidential election is drawing near, we are inviting presidential candidates as our special guests to float their ideas by our assembled luminaries.
He claimed there were no world values, and there certainly was no world conscience.