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Announcing: Tucker Carlson and Adam Carolla to Speak at 2019 NRI Ideas Summit

Tucker Carlson (File photo: Gage Skidmore)

Tucker Carlson, host of Fox News’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, and Adam Carolla, star of forthcoming film No Safe Spaces, will join Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Senator Marco Rubio, and many prominent speakers at the 2019 NRI Ideas Summit.

The 2019 theme is “The Case for the American Experiment.” As in years past, we will have a powerful and diverse lineup of speakers, including many of your favorite National Review writers, representing the very best that the conservative movement has to offer. In the spirit of Bill Buckley, participants will focus on American exceptionalism, as well as the country’s resilience and economic recovery. They will share their vision for a future guided by timeless conservative principles.

The summit will take place from March 28 to March 29, in Washington, D.C. Space is very limited. Click here to register today.

Members of the National Review editorial and operational teams are included under the umbrella “NR Staff.”

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