- It takes place March 28–29 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, D.C. That’s just a couple of weeks off so you had best reserve your ticket.
- Hey, you can register here.
- The Summit’s theme is “The Case for the American Experiment.” Help us make the case.
- At the big Whittaker Chambers Award dinner Thursday night, we’ll be honoring Mark Janus for his diligent efforts to protect the First Amendment rights of government employees.
- Adam Carolla has confirmed to appear at the “Night Owl” following the dinner. He’ll be talking about free speech and his new movie, No Safe Spaces.
- I’m not good with numbers. Anyway, Adam’s just the latest addition to an already star-studded speaker line-up, which includes Senator Marco Rubio; Congressman Dan Crenshaw; Kevin Hassett, chairman of the president’s Council of Economic Advisers; Brooke Rollins, head of the White House Office of American Innovation; Tammy Bruce; Robert Bryce; the Honorable James L. Buckley; Matthew Continetti; Charles C. W. Cooke; Lee Edwards; David French; Jonah Goldberg; Leonard Leo; Kathryn Jean Lopez; Richard Lowry; Andrew C. McCarthy; Jay Nordlinger; John O’Sullivan; Ramesh Ponnuru; Reihan Salam; Mike Sommers; Luke Thompson; Kevin D. Williamson; and John Yoo.
- Again, you can register here.
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