Tomorrow, Tuesday, Shooting War’s Anthony Lappé hosts The War Room at Mo Pitkins, the monthly live political variety show featuring video, music, and a special audience participation contest (theme: “Invaded or Not Invaded?”)
This time he really brings it on, featuring the launch of Stephen Marshall’s controversial new book Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: The New Liberal Menace in America. Sources say that Marshall will unfurl an exclusive, behind-the-scenes account of a gonzo intellectual quest that took him from the front lines of Iraq, through the wasteland of the former communist Eastern bloc, to a coke-dusted sex party of Britain’s elite, and into the minds of America’s most influential left wing thinkers in search of the soul of modernism liberalism. “Wolves is not a just an indictment of a bunch of graying sellouts,” says Lappé, “it is nothing short of a call to arms for our generation—a shot across the boomer bow that will challenge you to figure where you stand on the most important issues facing the planet.”
Which is a long way of saying: head to The War Room at Mo Pitkins in NYC’s Lower East Side, get mad, get going, and drink up.