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1994-12-14

SPEECH LOG

Sr. Rosemary Sabino, RSM, President and C.E.O. of the Catholic Health Association of Wisconsin, spoke on "The Challenge for Catholic Health Care Institutions: Preserving Our Catholic Identity," at a breakfast presented by the Peter Favre Forum.

1994-12-14


1994-11-23

SPEECH LOG

Walter Berns, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, spoke on "Multiculturalism and Constitutionalism," at a luncheon presented by the Federalist Society Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter.

1994-11-23


1994-11-16

SPEECH LOG

Christine Firer Hinze, Assistant Professor, Department of Theology, Marquette University, spoke on "The Family Living Wage in Catholic Thought Today," at a breakfast presented by the Peter Favre Forum.

1994-11-16


1994-09-06

SPEECH LOG

F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr., member of the United States House of Representatives from Wisconsin' ninth district, spoke on "Current Issues of Legislative Interest," at a luncheon presented by the Federalist Society Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter.

1994-09-06


1994-07-13

SPEECH LOG

Michael Horowitz, of the Manhatten Institute for Policy Research, spoke on "The Rights Revolution and America's Urban Poor: Victims or Beneficiaries?" at a luncheon presented by the Federalist Society Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter.

1994-07-13


1994-05-25

SPEECH LOG

J. Daniel Mahoney, a judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, spoke on "Original Intent and Natural Law," at a luncheon presented by the Federalist Society Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter.

1994-05-25


February 19-26, 1994

Vacation in Cancun, Mexico.

1994-02-19


1994-02-09

SPEECH LOG

William Barr, spoke on "Reflections of an Attorney General: White-Collar Crime, Street Crime, and Other Challenges Facing the United States," at a luncheon presented by the Federalist Society Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter.

1994-02-09


1994-01-14

ICH BIN EIN FRANKLINER

The previous owner of our house had left a few pots in the garage. Some were plain clay pots, but a few were a bit fancier. We offered them to our library for a plant sale. The Library Director accepted them, but noticed three were Van Briggle pottery (which we had never heard of before). These sold for over $90 total, and he just sent a receipt in case we wanted to deduct the value as a charitable contribution.

1994-01-14


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