2012–Jan12 Pr⁠i⁠n⁠t⁠ Med⁠i⁠a: Tallahassee Chron⁠i⁠cle – McClure Speaker for FSU’s Osher L⁠i⁠felong Learn⁠i⁠ng Ins⁠t⁠⁠i⁠⁠t⁠u⁠t⁠e Lec⁠t⁠ure Ser⁠i⁠es

By: The James Madison Institute / January 12, 2012

The James Madison Institute


January 12, 2012

JMI President Dr. Robert McClure cited in Tallahassee Chronicle article “OLLI Will Hold Its Spring Showcase of Classes” regarding his participation in FSU’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) spring lecture series.Excerpt:
“. . . [The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute], which is affiliated with the Claude Pepper Institue on Aging and Public Policy at [Florida State University], sponsors a variety of educational courses, speaker programs, field trips and participation in cultural activities…”… Speakers for the Tuesday noon lecture series for OLLI members are: Feb. 7, former Gov. Reubin Askew discussing “Reflections on a Career in Public Service”; Feb. 14, Leon County Elections Supervisor Ion Sancho discussing “Free and Fair elections in Florida”; Feb. 21, Chief Justice Charles Canaday discussing ” The World of the Florida Supreme Court”; Feb. 28, James Madison Institute president and CEO J. Robert McClure III discussing “The Future of Florida–Sunshine or Rain?”; March 13, Town and Gown Tallahassee program director J. Michael Pate discussing “Making Tallahassee an Even Better Place to Live and Work”; and March 20, Barry Richard, who represented President George W. Bush in the 2000 election litigation, discussing “Security, Pseudo-Patriotism, and the Erosion of tAmerican Liberties. …”