Thursday, February 5, 2009

Free markets, free beer

The Competitive Enterprise Institute held an open house Wednesday night to show off their new offices at 1899 L Street. Policy wonks, journalists and sundry activists of the free-market right turned out for the wine and cheese and wine, wine, wine. The reception was scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m., but when I left at 10, the soiree was still going strong. Photos via the famous BarbieCam(TM):

American Spectator managing editor J.P. Freire and Heritage Foundation's David Barnes.

Sean Higgins of Investor's Business Daily and Jeremy Lott of the Capital Research Center.

Jamin Guenette of IHS, Matthew Vadum of the Capital Research Center and Franklin Raff of Radio America.

Center is Nick Gillespie of Reason magazine.

Kevin Mooney of the Washington Examiner and Nicki Kurokawa of the Cato Institute.

At right is CEI Communication Director Christine Hall.

CEI Director of Development Al Canata, Derek Hunter of First Friday, Garrett Murch of, James Dellinger of the Examiner, and David Barnes.

CEI's John Berlau, Brookes Fellow Lene Johansen, and Christa Davis of Corporate Press.

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