Lakeside Talks 2005

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE LAKESIDE TALKS at BOHEMIAN GROVE — 2005

July 15: Be Careful What You Wish For: by Howard Leach, former Ambassador to
France

July 16: Of Laughter & Leadership: David Gergen, Public Policy Professor and
former Presidential Advisor

July 16: CREMATION OF CARE ceremony

July 17: To Be Announced, Richard Leakey, Naturalist

July 18: The Case for Immigration Restriction: by Richard D. Lamb,
Professor, Unv. Of Colorado & Former Colorado Governor

July 19: Iraqi Medicine: Rip Van Winkle¹s Burden: by Bernard S. Alpert, M.D.
Bohemian

July 20: Wealth, Poverty & the Threat to Global Security: by William W.
Lewis, Director Emeritus, McKinsey Global Institure

July 21: Dark Energy & the Runaway Universe: by Alex Filippano, Professor of
Astronomy, Unv. Of California, Berkeley

July 21: Unlimited Government: by Chris DeMuth, Ex. Director, American
Enterprise Institute

July 23: To Be Announced: (on Second Saturday usually an indication of
someone very important)

July 25: Nuclear Considerations‹the Way Ahead: by Albert Konetzni, Vice
Admiral, U.S. Navy

July 26: Peering Into Pandora¹s Box: Avian Flu & Beyond: by W. Ian Lipkin,
M.D., Scientific Director, Northeast Biodefense Center

July 29: To Be Announced: by Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico

July 30: Hoover Talk: by General Colin Powell, Bohemian & Soldier/
Statesman