Centennial Institute programs roll along at high intensity even as founder John Andrews hands the captain’s chair to former marketing director Jeff Hunt. Scarcely is presidential front-runner Ben Carson done with his Oct.29 stop at CCU when the spotlight shifts to Hugh Hewitt on Nov. 5, Dick Cheney
From the Land Down Under: motivational speaker, author, and Australian politician Nick Adams’ speech (as prepared)
Thank you. Thank you, Ladies and Gentlemen. Ladies and Gentlemen, I beg your indulgence for next couple of minutes. I’d like you to close your eyes, imagine what I am about to say. North Korea has invaded South Korea. Indonesian paratroopers have landed on Australian soil. Taiwan has been overrun by China. The Russian-Soviet Empire has been re-created. Tyrants in Africa run around more mercilessly than even now. Terrorists terrorize with impunity. War, maybe nuclear, has engulfed the Middle East and Israel stands to be destroyed. In democracy terms, Latin America is back to square one. Cataclysmic natural disasters have no leadership response. Liberty is extinguished, with terror, tyranny and torture reigning.
Warren Smith, Associate Publisher at World Magazine, and Nick Adams, author, media commentator, motivational speaker, and Australian politician, joined rising conservative stars Charlie Kirk, 21, and Ashley Pratte, 25, on Sunday morning to discuss the role of the Millennial Generation in the conservative movement. Kirk is the founder and executive director of Turning Point USA, and Ashley Pratte serves as the spokeswoman for the Young America’s Foundation. The panel of four brought young energy surging into the 2014 WCS as they inspired attendees to move the Millennial Generation forward.