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Harbour League Conference


FYI: I will be speaking at the Harbour League’s Conservative Leadership Conference next week here in New York. Eli Gold, president of the league, writes:

On January 21st and 22nd The Harbour League will be hosting a Conservative Leadership Conference at the Union League Club in NYC featuring a broad range of the foremost conservative and free market thinkers, writers and pundits.  


Speakers and panelists include: John Stossel of Fox News; Kate O’Beirne; Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform; Herb London, President of the Hudson Institute; Andy McCarthy; Eli Gold, President of the Harbour League; Mike Long, Chairman, NY Conservative Party; Tim Goeglein of Focus on the Family; Matthew Mark Horn, Chair, Harbour League’s National Security Working Group and Executive Director, AJCongress; Roger Kimball, Editor of New Criterion Magazine and Publisher of Encounter Books; Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute; Colleen Holmes, Executive Director of Eagle Forum; Honorable Rafael L. Bardaji (National Security Advisor to Jose Maria Aznar, Fmr PM of Spain) and many more.


Topics will include the future of the conservative movement, economic policy, Urban Issues, foreign policy as well as what it means to be a true conservative.


Rarely do you have so many of the foremost conservative leaders promoting conservative thought in any one place. The conference will be limited to an attendance of 200 people so as to allow attendees the ability to have face time with these prominent speakers so register now! For more information and to register visit before the conference is sold out.

Cosponsors include: Manhattan Institute, Americans for Tax Reform, National Review Institute, Institute for Liberty, Eagle Forum, Focus on the Family, Conservative Economist, Indian American Republican Council and Frederick Douglas Foundation.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact The Harbour League office directly at 410.753-4560.


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