The nation’s leading conservative journal National Review this week is hosting a conference to discuss critical issues and forge “The Future of Conservatism.”
The national summit will be held on Jan. 25-27 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
“It’s time to lift ourselves off the mat, shake off the cobwebs, get reoriented, and start to fight back, to fight for our principles, to fight for our great nation,” says National Review Publisher Jack Fowler.
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In addition to National Review’s editor Rich Lowry, a number of the country’s leading conservatives and libertarians will speak at the conference, including Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, former Senator and Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint, and Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
Media figures who will speak include radio host William Bennett, Weekly Standard Contributing Editor Charles Krauthammer, National Review Contributing Editor Larry Kudlow, MSNBC anchor Joe Scarborough, radio host Laura Ingraham, and many more.
Panel topics will include Forging a New Conservative Economics, Closing the Gender Gap, The Way Out of the Fiscal Mess, Debating a Winning Immigration Policy, and How Conservatism Can and Will Succeed.
Panels will also explore demographics, energy, foreign policy, and more.
For more information about registering for this important event, visit the website www.nrinstitute.org/summit
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