National Review Institute to Host "Future of Conservatism" Summit
Top Conservatives to Assess Movement's Priorities and Forge Way Ahead
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2013
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The National Review
Institute (NRI) is hosting a weekend summit to address the challenges facing
conservatism featuring top conservative thinkers, journalists and politicians
January 25 – 27 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. The three-day
conference will feature wide-ranging political discussion and debate aimed at
formulating solutions that will strengthen the movement and ensure America's
leadership and vitality into the future.
Confirmed speakers for the NRI Summit include Congressman Paul Ryan, Governor
Bobby Jindal, Governor Bob McDonnell, Governor Scott Walker, Senator Ted Cruz,
former Senator Jim DeMint and former Democratic Congressman Artur Davis.
Additional speakers and panelists include Charles Krauthammer, Mark Steyn,
Bill Kristol, Larry Kudlow, Michael Barone, Joe Scarborough, Arthur Brooks,
Mona Charen, Mia Love, Hugh Hewitt, William Bennett, Kellyanne Conway,
American oilman Harold Hamm, founder and CEO of Continental Resources and
Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal, as well as editors of National Review
magazine and National Review Online including Rich Lowry, Kathryn Lopez and
"National Review founder William F. Buckley sought to preserve and buttress
the foundations of our free society and to conserve our inheritance from
America's Founders," said NRI Executive Director Elizabeth A. Fitton. "This
summit seeks to continue this important mission by bringing together our
country's top conservative men and women to forge a successful vision for the
movement and cause of liberty."
Panel topics include:
oThe Way Out of the Fiscal Mess
oWhat Is Wrong with the Right?
oDoes the Constitution Have a Future?
oEnergy Discussion with Harold Hamm
oAmerica's Immigration Policy
oDo Demographics Doom the Right?
oSolutions from the States
oBuilding a Marriage Culture
oWhat Is a Conservative Foreign Policy?
NRI's summit is open to the general public. For more information on how to
purchase tickets and hotel accommodations, visit the NRI website at
About National Review Institute
Since 1955, National Review magazine has defined the modern conservative
movement and enjoys the broadest allegiance of American conservatives.
National Review Institute was founded by William F. Buckley Jr. in 1991 to
engage in policy development, public education, and advocacy that would
advance the conservative principles he championed.
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