Weekly Free Speech Forum                                        established Jan. 6, 1951
College of Complexes
The Playground for People Who Think 
sustaining the academic tradition of “One Fool at a Time"
Every Saturday at 6:00 PM week a special guest speaker on a social issue 
or current event   www.collegeofcomplexes.org

Questions and Answers
Rebuttals / Remarks from Audience (5 minutes each)
Speaker's Final Comments
All Meetings Open to the Public, No Membership Maintained, Volunteer Operated
Dappers East Restaurant -  dinner is optional
2901 W. Addison (3600 north, 1 block west of California)
Free Parking, 
$3 Tuition, and food/drink purchase / 20% gratuity
October 26
Theoretical Spiritualist
college regular Ed Rios will be providing a theoretical basis for the unseen world 

November 2
WWJ  Warehouse Workers for Justice

November 9
Tips for Making Meaning
philosophy professor Robert Lichenbert discuss his new book

November 16
OpenTikkun Chai Inter-National, Humanitarian Foundation 
Rabbi Michael Ben Yosef

November 23
The Problem of Egalitarianism: A Philosophical Examination on The Precursor of Inequality
Germinal G. Van, Author & Political Essayist, will discuss his new book

November 30
Should I Shop On-Line for Gifts, or Go to a Store? 
how changes in retailing affects our economy and employment, consumer choices, what we buy and US trade policy, etc.

​December 7
Life & Ideas of Hungarian Economist Janos Kornai
under Communism, on the thirtieth anniversary of the 1989 fall of the Eastern Bloc

December 14
50 Years of the Modern Libertarian Movement
​key events of 1969 that ignited the modern movement

December 21
A Collection of Libertarian Memes Shared on Social Media 
how images shard through social media have been an effective means of spreading political philosophy

​December 28
Joshua Flynn, Libertarian for State House (District 78)

January 4
Illinois Prison Project
works for a saner criminal justice system to reduce the size and expense of Illinois' prison population

January 11
50 Reasons Why Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang Appeals to Both Sides of the Aisle
The Freedom Dividend, a universal basic income of $1000/mo, Medicare for All, Human-Centered Capitalism, etc

January 18
The Mystery of Fascism 
author David Ramsay Steele discusses his new book

January 25
Revenge of the Nerds: the Technocratic Takeover of the Public Sphere
Robert Holland returns with another penetrating essay

February 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
contact the Program Coordinator Charles Paidock if you would like to speak at (312) 842-5036, (312) 714-7790 cell, or cpaidock@hotmail.com

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