TV Commentator Visits McLean, McLean Neighbor Off to India

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Commentator Eleanor Clift Visits McLean. Political commentator and author Eleanor Clift will speak at the monthly meeting of the Woman’s Club of McLean on Tuesday. Clift replaces the former dean of the White House Press Corps Helen Thomas, who is recently ill.

Clift is a contributing editor for the Newsweek and MSNBC websites, a periodic panelist on the television show “The McLaughlin Group,” and a contributor to Fox News. She has written or co-written six books about politics and women in politics.

 The meeting will be held at 1 pm. Trinity United Methodist Church, 1205 Dolley Madison Blvd. The event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required by Feb. 4, at (703) 356-0089.

Jan Auerbach Travels to India. Auerbach told her fellow members of McLean Rotary Tuesday that she's off to India's National Inoculation Day against polio. Rotary has been "pouring money into oral vaccine" to inoculate infants against polio as a way to end of polio in India, she explained. India has had no new polio cases in a year, she said. 

Catch Langley Team on It's Academic Saturday - The Langley High team, comprised of juniors Skye Toor and Aishvar Radhakrishnan, and senior Brendan Schmidt,  won, in what was the first of four total levels. The round, will be aired Saturday morning on NBC 4.

McLean Neighbor's Book Reviewed in New York Times. Zbigniew Brzezinski, a long-time McLean resident and formerly President Jimmy Carter's National Security Advisor, counselor and trustee at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and professor of foreign policy at Johns Hopkins University has a new book.

Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power was reviewed by The Times this week.

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