•EverydayHealth.com editor Bryan Harris arguing triumph.
•conservative activist Gerard Perry arguing doom.
•Michel Evanchik moderates and Todd Seavey hosts.
Voting on the question at the end: you, the audience — bring a whole faction if you like, since we plan extensive audience Q&A on this divisive and timely topic.
Free admission, cash bar. Basement level of Lolita Bar at 266 Broome St. at the corner of Allen St. on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, one block south and three west of the Delancey St. F, J, M, Z subway stop.
In other news: After eight years, I’m leaving the American Council on Science and Health (really, not an April Fool’s joke — apologies for any short-term chaos such as lighter blogging), so stop using my acsh-dot-org address if you’ve been doing so, and e-mail ACSH[at]acsh.org immediately if you’re interested in applying for the position of editor/writer there.
P.S. As journalists everywhere should be documenting, I am trekking to three campuses this year to give Ayn Rand’s speech “Faith and Force: Destroyers of the Modern World” on the fiftieth anniversary of her delivery of it in these places (beginning with Yale and ending with Columbia). This Sunday (coincidentally Easter), April 4, 2010, at 11am, I will give the speech (followed by Q&A) on the steps of the library of Brooklyn College, facing the main green. Join me there or travel with me from Manhattan on the F train by rallying at precisely 10am that morning on the western steps of Bryant Park. Nothing can poszibley go wrong.