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If you missed yesterday’s discussion with Rep. Paul Ryan and Wall Street Journal editorial board member Stephen Moore, never fear: You can watch the event in its entirity right here.
During the full discussion, which runs about 1 hour and 20 minutes, the panelists and our own R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. expanded on a symposium in the newly unveiled May issue of The American Spectator, which makes the case that choice — returning to citizens the authority over their health care plans and retirement dollars — should be the new conservative credo.
Highlights include: Why LASIK eye surgery is a model for American health care; how the impending collapse of Social Security could galvanize the Millennial generation; and Ryan’s take on the Obama re-election campaign.
Thanks to our guests, Messrs. Ryan and Moore, and our co-host, the Heritage Foundation.
And be sure to pick up the forthcoming magazine to read more on choice from Ryan, Moore, Peter Ferrara, James Piereson and David Bass: