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    Fueling Freedom

    Stephen Moore and Kathleen White talked about their book, Fueling Freedom, about producing American energy and debunking what they call “myths from the left” about green energy.

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    Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism

    Donald Critchlow talked about his book Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism: A Woman’s Crusade, published by Princeton University Press. In his book he discussed the life and career of…

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    Conservatives and Immigration

    Representative Louis Gohmert (R-TX) and Kate Bryan discussed immigration reform. The discussion was moderated by Becky Norton Dunlop. “Point Counter-Point: Two Takes on Immigration” was…

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    Government Management of Western Lands

    Panelists talked about federal land management in western states, the operational legal theories, and the possibility of transferring control of those lands to the states. Topics included ways to…

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    Fed Up!: Our Fight to Save America from Washington

    Governor Rick Perry (R-TX) argues against national government intervention in what the governor contends are issues that can be better solved by individual states. Governor Perry discussed…

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    Wisconsin State Economy

    Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch (R) talked about the state’s successful efforts to revive its economy, spur job creation, and revitalize its education system through…

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    Governor Pat McCrory on Challenges for States

    Governor Pat McCrory (R-NC) talked about some of the challenges facing his state, such as economic development, energy, education, and Medicaid, and his legislative initiatives to address them.…

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    John Randolph of Roanoke

    Author and historian David Johnson talked about his book John Randolph of Roanoke. Randolph was elected to the U.S. House to represent Virginia in 1799, and quickly became known for his…

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    Texas Governor Rick Perry Remarks

    Texas Governor Rick Perry spoke about his book, Fed Up! Our Fight to Save America from Washington, and the political climate in the country following the 2010 midterm elections. In his remarks…

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    Conservative Women in Politics

    Kathryn Jean Lopez talked about the role of conservative women leaders in politics. Among the topics she spoke about were the 40th anniversary of the birth control pill, the “Tea Party” movement,…

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    What Washington Can Learn from the World of Sports

    The former ACC football player turned politician applies analogies of the sports world to the political culture of Washington. The event was in Washington, D.C.

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    Life Equity

    Representative Marsha Blackburn talked about her book, Life Equity: Realize Your True Value and Pursue Your Passions at Any Stage in Life (Thomas Nelson; December 30, 2008), and responded to…

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    Breaking the Berlin Wall

    A panel, moderated by Becky Dunlop, talked about how the United States and Great Britain dealt with the Berlin Wall issue. This program, “Breaking the Berlin Wall,” was part of the forum “The United…

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    Green Hell

    Steven J. Milloy talked about his book Green Hell: How Environmentalists Plan to Control Your Life and What You Can Do to Stop Them (Regnery Publishing; March 22, 2009). In his book Steve…

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    Future Policy in Iraq

    Colonel James McGinley talked about his deployment in Iraq and showed photographs. In Al Anbar province he worked directly with Governor al-Awani and his cabinet to create the province’s…

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    The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science

    Tom Bethell talked about his book The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science, published by Regnery Publishing. In the book he argued that many of the larger issues addressed by the…

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    Women and the Second Amendment

    Sandy Froman, the new president of the National Rifle Association of America, talked about women and the second amendment. She also talked about the state of gun control issues, legislative…

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    Tobacco Regulation and Global Climate Change

    Moderated by Mr. Lessner, the panelists argued that the Food and Drug Administration should not control tobacco sales and advertising. They also talked about the need for tort control and…

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    U.S. Foreign Policy

    Ms. Dale talked about U.S. foreign policy, including the possibility of a war with Iraq. Following prepared remarks, she responded to questions from the audience.

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    Governors and Permanent Normal Trade for China

    Governor Schafer presented his opinions as to why he believes Permanent Normalized Trade Relations with China will provide both an opportunity for economic growth in America and an opening…

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