I am not going to being posting very much for the next couple of days. I plan to spend tomorrow morning calling and sending out resumes to some potential employers (feeding the family must come first), and in the afternoon, I plan to attend 2004 Ivan Allen College Founder's Day Celebration
: "The Impact of Terrorism on Society: Global Perspectives" at Georgia Tech.
Gilles Andreani: Head, Policy Planning Staff, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, & Advisor to the Foreign Minister, France
Uday Bhaskar: Deputy Director, Instiitute of Defense Studies and Analysis (IDSA), India
Lawrence Papay: V ice President for the Integrated Solutions Sector, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), San Diego
Robert J. Ursano: Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Susan Cozzens: School of Public Policy, Georgia Tech (one of my former teachers).
And on Tuesday, all day (it includes free breakfast and lunch : ) ), I will be attending The Sam Nunn Bank of American Policy Forum
, "Bioterrorism Preparedness: The Imperative for a Public-Private Partnership".
These two events, coupled with my "Mandatory Mondays" at my local American Legion, and my weekly Tuesday night attendance at the "Democratic Government in Exile" (local DeKalb and Fulton County, and Atlanta and Decatur cities) at Manuel's Tavern, will probably ensure that I don't have much time to post. I might sneak some time in for posting, but I really doubt it.
Oh, quick note, I'm not necessarily a committed democrat (though arguably I should be committed somewhere), as much as I am anti-corporatist, and according to a recent libertarian test, a 'libertarian lite'.
So, I hope to have some good information to post on Wednesday.