Archive for April 21st, 2009

by jhwygirl

Wednesday night in Missoula, all good smart progressives will be at The Badlander to hear Ezra Klein, associate editor of The American Prospect, former blogging companion to Left in the West’s Matt Singer and one of the important voices of the progressive movement speak.

Ezra Klein!? Like…WOW! I remember seeing him in “the tent” at the Democratic National Convention and I was, indeed, star-struck. Who doesn’t read Ezra Klein?

Enough blabbering…

Klein is here at the invite of Forward Montana, the Service Employees International Union Montana, Blue Mountain Clinic, Health Care for America Now and a whole bunch of other great helper-outters.

Ezra’s a policy guy, and Wednesday is a chance to hear one of the most knowledgeable voices in America speak out on one of the most important policy decisions and changes that America will experience in your lifetime. Health care is an issue that affects each and every one of us – whether you have health care or you don’t – and whether you are rich or you are poor. The economic repercussions reverberate throughout our economy…America is losing its competitive edge due to rising health care costs….

But enough from me. Hear it from Ezra Klein. Wednesday night. 6 p.m. The Badlander. Missoula Montana.

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