Though I receive scores of invitations to speak, I rarely accept invitations to debate unless my opposite number is really prepared and very committed to the other side of the question. Very few things are as dull as a “debate” that isn’t. Normally I can provide a gathering with a much more accurate assessment of the state of politics and law than a boring “exchange of views” can.
Thursday night should prove to be the exception that proves the rule. I’ll be debating Obamacare with Professor Paul Campos of the University of Colorado Law School. Professor Campos has been writing on politics for years, often for the now defunct Rocky Mountain News, and he’s an able lefty, as well as a fellow grad of the U of M Law School to boot. If you are in the Denver area and want to hear what I expect will be a vigorous argument on the merits of Obamacare, you can order a ticket here.