Like a 90s era, brick-sized cell-phone, much of the world sees conservatives as a worn out species with worn out ideas, completely incapable of connecting with the tech-savvy youth of the 21st Century. However, many at the 2014 Western Conservative Summit would beg to differ.
The Western Conservative Summit has proven in years past to be the event of choice for prominent Colorado politicians as well as candidates seeking public office.
As the Summit kicks off for 2014, Colorado’s conservative leaders have once again flocked to Denver both to speak with constituents and to educate themselves on current critical issues. Continue reading
Electric anticipation fills the air in downtown Denver at the Hyatt Regency as dozens of event staff and volunteers make last minute preparations for the nearly 2500 patriots attending the 2014 Western Conservative Summit just hours from now.
Check-in begins on Friday at 2 p.m., Continue reading
With less than 48 hours until the Western Conservative Summit begins, many are already gearing up for an inspirational and educational weekend. Calendars have been cleared out in anticipation of great political leaders and commentators of the conservative movement such as Ted Cruz and Sarah Palin. While making the trek Continue reading
(’76 Editor) “Contrition is BS.” Press secretary Ronald Ziegler’s acid tone shocked me – and he didn’t use the initials. It was 1973, a bad year in a bad decade for America. I was a young speechwriter in the Nixon White House, assigned to gather input from Ziegler and national security advisor Henry Kissinger for a TV address Continue reading
Western Conservative Summit 2014 reminds delegates of the power of conservative film with its popular nightcap feature, “The Right Movies.” Feature films and documentaries that friends of freedom can applaud are screened Friday and Saturday evenings Continue reading
(Editor) Western Conservative Summit 2014, Centennial Institute’s fifth annual rally on the right, features 20 top speakers from politics, public policy, media, and the battle of ideas. But that’s not all. Continue reading
(’76 Contributor) Let me comment on the March 10 forum at Centennial Institute, “Can We Legislate Morality? Marijuana, Marriage, Murder,” which I was unable to attend. It’s an attention-getting topic, since in my view the libertarian trend is becoming a suicidal libertine trend, demanding total freedom and a social safety net which becomes unaffordable. It’s also on its way to endorsing NAMBLA as the next step after gay marriage. Eventually the victim list will get some attention. Continue reading
For this month’s Issue Monday on Oct. 14, Centennial Institute hosted a mixed panel to discuss current issues in Colorado, addressed through the larger lenses of policy and public attitude. Continue reading