The Convenience of the City

One of the nice things about living or working in New York City is the convenience of social events. Events such as what looks to be a very interesting debate this coming Monday hosted by the Federalist Society at the University Club, between Robert Levy of the Cato Institute and David Rivkin of Baker & Hostetler on the question, “Does the President have the Power to Conduct Wireless Surveillances?”

Unfortunately we’re almost two hours north, and I no longer work in the City. Oh, well. Perhaps one of you could go?