John Stossel to visit Albuquerque

If you read our blog more often than you check our website, you may not be aware that John Stossel, one of the nation’s most prominent consumer champions, advocate for free enterprise, and critic of bureaucratic foolishness, will speak at a luncheon in Albuquerque at the Marriott Pyramid on (note date change) Wednesday, April 30.
Stossel, author of several books and the host of ABC-TV’s 20-20 program, is being hosted by the Rio Grande Foundation and the New Mexico Prosperity Project.
RSVP’s can be made online via credit card here. The event is open to the public at a cost of $30 if RSVP-ing before April 15; and $40 if after April 15.
If you are not familiar with Stossel and his work, many of his latest stories are available here. Stossel’s work also includes a column that he writes on a variety of topics, always with a free market, limited government bent. A list of his columns can be found here. His most recent comment on the inner workings of Washington, DC lobbying and “influence peddling” can be found here.
We eagerly await Stossel’s upcoming visit and will continue to blog his columns in order to expose readers to his message of freedom and limited government.