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Norquist to Address First Annual NYC Conservative Leadership Conference

Posted by John Kartch on Sunday, December 27th, 2009, 10:38 PM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform president Grover Norquist will be among a broad range of conservative leaders to give remarks at the First Annual Conservative Leadership Conference, taking place at the Union League Club in New York City on Jan. 21-22.

The NYC Conservative Leadership Conference will feature leading voices in the conservative movement, book signings by the nation’s leading conservative authors, and hands-on training sessions from grassroots activism to media strategy.
“As the threats to our liberty are mounting by the day, this will be an exciting and important conference and I encourage all conservatives in the New York area to register and attend,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, a co-sponsor of the conference.
To register for the conference or to learn more, visit or call 410-753-4560.
WHO: Rich Lowry, Editor of the National Review; Kate O'Beirne, President of National Review Institute; Herb London, President of the Hudson Institute; Andrew McCarthy, Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform; Eli Gold, President of the Harbour League; John Fund of the Wall Street Journal; Roger Kimball, Publisher of Encounter Books; Matthew Mark Horn, Co-Chair, Harbour League’s National Security Working Group and Executive Director, AJCongress; Mike Long, Chairman, NY Conservative Party; Colleen Holmes, Executive Director, Eagle Forum; Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute; Fred Siegel, City Journal's Contributing Editor; Honorable Rafael L. Bardaji (National Security Advisor to Jose Maria Aznar, Fmr PM of Spain), and many more.
WHAT:      NYC Conservative Leadership Conference
WHEN:     January 21 - 22, 2010
WHERE:   The Union League -- 38 East 37th Street (at Park Avenue); New York, NY 10016
RSVP:        Visit or call 410-753-4560.
CO-SPONSORS: Americans for Tax Reform, National Review Institute, Manhattan Institute, Eagle Forum, Institute for Liberty, Conservative Economist, Focus on the Family and the Indian American Republican Council.

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