4th Annual Joan Thompson Memorial Freedom Lecture featuring Dr. Richard Ebeling

First Published: 2019-02-02

Topic: Why the Global Economy Needs More Freedom and Less Government

When: Friday, March 1, 2019

Where: Choices Restaurant, University of The Bahamas

Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Donation: $75 (Cash Bar)

E-Mail for more information… Or call 302-0130 ext 2226.

Summary:

Economic globalization has successfully raised billions of people out of poverty by creating opportunities for employment, production and trading worldwide. The key to this success has been relatively free markets that have unleashed incentives for work, savings and investment through personal liberty and freedom of choice. But the current anti-globalization sentiments and government policies threaten to slow down and possibly reverse the trend toward growing prosperity for all of humanity.

Tariff wars, increased government regulations and intensified immigration barriers will hinder the continued betterment of everyone, especially the poorest in the world.

MENU

Appetizer
MUSHROOMS EN CROUTE
Combination of button, shitake, and portabella served in a flaky puffed pastry with a tomato & basil marinara

Soup
LOBSTER BISQUE
A delicate blend of tender lobster, fine vegetables & herbs, brandy and finished with a cognac cream

Salad
FRISSEE SALAD
Frissee greens tossed with caramelized walnuts, apples, grapes, blue cheese and a balsamic vinaigrette

Sorbet
PINEAPPLE SORBET

Entree
STUFFED CHICKEN BREAST
Stuffed with spinach & ricotta cheese and served with a saffron sauce. Accompanied with a herb rice pilaf & bouquet of Seasonal Vegetables

Dessert
LEMON MOUSSE TART
Served with banana fritters and marinated fruits

Cash Bar

print
Help support The Nassau Institute