The Wisconsin Forum Welcomes Dr. Mark Skousen, FreedomFest Founder, to Milwaukee November 10, 2016
Dr. Mark Skousen is a preeminent economist.
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – The Wisconsin Forum invites the public to hear Mark Skousen on Thursday, November 10, 2016, when he speaks about “How the Election Results Will Affect the Economy, the Stock Market, and You!” at the Milwaukee Athletic Club in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Dr. Mark Skousen is a preeminent economist, successful investment newsletter author, and founder and producer of FreedomFest (“the world’s largest gathering for free minds”) each year in Las Vegas. From Anti-Capitalist safeguards, to healthcare and education reform, Dr. Skousen applies his worldly wisdom to what matters most in strategic planning.
“Mark is a wonderful communicator and an unusually charming and witty economics professor,” Law continued. “He is a delight to meet and will share many concepts relating to the election results that you will want to consider as we all adjust and make plans going forward.”
If you want to get a jump on this presentation you are encouraged to visit one or more of the following websites containing writings of Dr. Skousen:
http://mskousen.com/articles/politics-and-liberty/ (several blog posts)
http://mskousen.com/ (his personal website for the best of money & economics)
https://www.markskousen.com/ (investment recommendations, news & alerts)
http://freedomfest.com/ (“The world’s largest gathering of free minds.”)
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The Wisconsin Forum was founded in 1965 by some of Milwaukee’s industrial leaders, who included Chet W Anderson – Employers Association (now MRA); Robert W. Baird – Marine Bank; William H. Brady – W.H. Brady Co. (now Brady Corporation); Harold Falk – Falk Corporation; Burleigh Jacobs – Grede Foundries; William Law – Cudahy Tanning and Law Tanning Company; and, James Wright – Badger Meter.
The original purpose for creating the Forum was to educate their employees about the true definition of liberty and free market concepts.
Today, through the schedule of dinner meetings, the Wisconsin Forum continues to fulfill this commitment by bringing articulate speakers to Milwaukee to discuss economic, moral and philosophical principles which have as their basis the concept of individual freedom and personal responsibility. Dinner meetings give members and guests an opportunity to enter into meaningful discussions with the presenters and network with other guests from the community.