Many conservative reformers are leading through action. On February 10, Heritage Action for America will bring nine of them together at the 2014 Conservative Policy Summit. This event is designed to highlight the bills these conservative leaders have introduced and show what a bold, forward-looking conservative reform agenda looks like. Each discussion will include a leading Member of Congress, thought-leaders from the conservative movement, and an issue expert from The Heritage Foundation.
The day will conclude with an evening reception to meet conservative Members of Congress, Heritage policy experts, and other prominent conservative scholars as they prepare for the legislative year ahead.
The Conservative Policy Summit will clearly differentiate
the conservative vision from the status quo.
9:30 a.m. Uniting America through Conservative Reform
featuring former Senator Jim DeMint
10:00 a.m. Protecting American Privacy in a Digital Age
featuring Representative Matt Salmon
11:00 a.m. Transform the Welfare State
featuring Representative Jim Jordan
11:55 a.m. American Energy Renaissance Act
featuring Senator Ted Cruz
12:30 p.m. Promoting Patient-Centered Health Care
featuring Representatives Tom Price and Phil Roe
1:30 p.m. Stop Bailouts and Cronyism
featuring Representative Jeb Hensarling
2:30 p.m. Increasing Local Control and Accountability
featuring Representative Tom Graves
3:30 p.m. Bringing Education Decisions Closer to the Students
featuring Senator Tim Scott
4:30 p.m. Protecting Marriage and Religious Freedom
featuring Representative Raul Labrador
5:30 p.m. America’s Future – Higher Education and Beyond
featuring Senator Mike Lee
6:00 p.m. Reception
Monday, February 10, 2014 – 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
(Registration to open at 8:30 a.m.)
The Heritage Foundation’s Allison Auditorium
To Watch Online or RSVP to attend in person, please visit the Heritage Action website at http://heritageaction.com/policysummit/
Terms and conditions of attendance are posted at heritage.org/Events/terms.cfm
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2 thoughts on “2014 Conservative Policy Summit: An Agenda to Unite America”
"Increasing Local Control"? Please watch how you phrase things. Cities and counties are just as power hungry as state and federal legislators. Give the control back to the citizens, thank you.
That all depends upon your view of people in general.
And how would you propose doing that, exactly?
If you view all government as bad and desire a pure democracy, as in “The power is with the masses governed only by majority rule, ” then you would have failed to learn the lessons of the past, ancient Greeks had a pure democracy, and it became the epitome of mob rule and devolved into chaos. That road is just as doomed to complete failure to the same degree as it\’s polar opposite, socialism.
At some point you have to stop seeing black helicopters everywhere and begin to trust in those whose own self interest resides in representing yours. That is why our form of representative republic has shown over time to be the single most stable form of government in existence.
But please, do lay out your views in a more detailed way so that we can examine them in the light of day… I would hate to have misconstrued your point of view.
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