Cinnamon Stillwell

I’m the West Coast Representative for Campus Watch, a project of the Middle East Forum that focuses on Middle East studies. I was a political columnist for (San Francisco Chronicle online) from 2004-2008. I've written for the American Thinker, Frontpage Magazine, Family Security Matters, Accuracy In Media, Newsbusters, Israel National News, The Jewish Policy Center, J-The Jewish News Weekly of N. CA, Intellectual Conservative and many others. More info at

Saturday, December 08, 2007

American Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Dangerous Times in a Dangerous Neighborhood

In a rare opportunity for Bay Area locals, the Jewish Policy Center is sponsoring a panel discussion tomorrow on the Middle East featuring conservative commentators Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Mona Charen, and John Podhoretz. Titled, "American Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Dangerous Times in a Dangerous Neighborhood," the event will take place at San Francisco's Congregation Emanu-El. All the relevant information is below and, take note, RSVPs are required:

Please join us for a provocative and lively panel discussion on December 9, 2007 at 7:00 PM
Congregation Emanu-El
2 Lake Street, San Francisco, CA 94118
Refreshments will be served after the program.
Dietary laws observed.

Admission is free, but seating is limited. For security reasons, RSVP is required.
Please respond to 1-800-748-3992 (toll free)
or email

American Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Dangerous Times in a Dangerous Neighborhood
Distinguished Panelists:
Mona Charen, Syndicated columnist and political analyst
Dennis Prager, Author and syndicated radio talk show host
John Podhoretz, New York Post columnist, Fox News commentator, and contributing editor to the Weekly Standard
Michael Medved, Host
Syndicated radio talk show host and author


Update (12/10): Bookworm Room has a post describing the event here. And I hear livestream video is forthcoming at the Jewish Policy Center website. Stay tuned...

Update (12/11): Jonathan Schanzer of the Jewish Policy Center takes note of the event at the JPC blog.

Update (12/18): The JPC video recording of the event can be viewed here.


Anonymous Bookworm said...

Thanks for the link, Cinnamon. I blogged only about a question I asked and the answers to that question. I can assure your readers, though, that every bit of the evening was interesting. To anyone who knows Messrs. Prager, Podhoretz and Medved, and Ms. Charen, their answers weren't a surprise, but it was still a rare pleasure to have them in one room, talking to each other, and riffing off of each other on topics relevant to Jews and, although they tried to keep it non-partisan, to conservatives.

Monday, December 10, 2007 10:22:00 AM  

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