Meetings are from 9:30 am - 12:00 noon.  We normally meet in Room B-102, Montgomery College, 3200 College Park Drive Conroe, TX 77384 (936) 273.7000
Meeting Number and Session Description

1.  Introduction to the 2003-2004 Session  - Human Rights -  The Patriot Act

Slideshow (PDF)

Trust and The Patriot Act (Draft Article)


September 20, 2003

2.  The Middle East, It's People Religions and Culture - With Emphasis on Iraq - Ahmad Solomon,  Technology Trade Int'l 

Presentation Slides Part 1 (PDF)

Presentation Slides Part 2 (PDF)


October 18, 2003

3.  Religion in the Modern World, Will Serious Religionists and Believers Ever Be Able to Coexist- Rev. Ross H. Henry

Ross Henry's New Years Sermon

American Humanist Association

The Templeton Prize

November 15, 2003
4.  Why  We Love War - Curt Gibby (Keying off the Lawrence LeShan Article)
December 13, 2003 (2nd Sat due proximity to Christmas Holiday)
5.  Iraq – Its People and Culture -The war and the Long-Term U.S.Interests in the Middle East– Ahmad Solomon
January 17, 2004

February 21, 2004
We will meet in Room F-103
7.  If you Wanted to Save the World, Where Would You Start? Curt Gibby
March 20, 2004
8.   A Double Bill :
a.   Mehdi Noorbaksh, PhD of the Center for International Studies at St. Tomas to talk about the Middle East from the Perspective of someone originally from Iran.
b.   Followed by: Harvey Rice of the Houston Chronicle.
April 17, 2004
 9.    If I am living in (at the moment) The greatest Nation on Earth, 
Why am I not Happy?  

 May 15, 2004
10.   Selling Free Trade - James Pyland 

And Some Discussion about next year's program.

Selling Free Trade - Presentation Slides

June 19, 2004

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