Nancy and I are speaking at an annual event called Awakening, held Jan. 8-10, 2010, at The Sanctuary, a beach hotel near Charleston, S.C.
Nancy will speak on "How Women Started the Culture War," and I will speak on "How the New Resistance Can Win the Culture War." Nancy will also give an address during a luncheon.
Here's a line-up of speakers for Awakening 2010:
* Jeane Allen, president of the Center for Education Reform
* Lt. Gen. John R. Allen, deputy commander, U.S. Central Command, U.S. Marines
* Dr. Whit Ayres, founder and president of Ayres, McHenry & Associates, Inc.
* Bo Burlingham, author of Small Giants and editor at large of Inc. Magazine
* David Frum, fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, editor of Frumforum.com
* Dr. Ann G. Kulze, motivational speaker, author of Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet
* Mike and Harriet McManus, co-chairs of Marriage Savers
* Steven Moore, author of 5 books, senior economics writer at the Wall Street Journal
* Deroy Murdock, nationally syndicated columnist
* Kate O'Beirne, president of the National Review Institute
* Rep. Tom Price, M.D., Republican congressman from Georgia
* Rebecca Hagelin, senior communications fellow at the Heritage Foundation
* Robert Moffit, director of the Heritage Foundation Center for Health Policy Studies
* Reid Buckley, founder and head of The Buckley School
* Ed Meese, formerly attorney general during the Reagan administration
* Larry Kudlow, nationally syndicated columnist, anchors CNBC's "The Kudlow Report"
* Gen. Charles Krulak, 31st commandant of the Marine Corps, former member of Joint Chiefs of Staff
* Rep. Paul Ryan, Republican congressman from Wisconsin
* Rick Santorum, former senator from Pennsylvania, senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center
Here is more about Awakening, from its page on Facebook:
Awakening is on the of the finest open forum weekends on conservative principles and thought in the United States. Participants discover what the most intuitive and insightful minds in our country believe is on the horizon for the country politically, economically and philosophically through interaction in the group discussions. The format generates lively debate, and we encourage all participants to speak candidly and sincerely as a catalyst for greater understanding of all viewpoints.
Believing that ideas influence and sharing ideas is all important, Awakening was conceived as an annual weekend retreat to exchange ideas, examine trends and learn from leading experts in a variety of fields. Awakening’s first event was held in January, 1996 at The Cloister at Sea Island, Georgia and was held there through January 2008. In January 2009, Awakening was held at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island, South Carolina and will return there for 2010.
Nancy and I had a terrific time with Awakening leaders Jan and Ernest Taylor when we met over lunch recently at a Silver Diner here in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. These warm people would be delighted to hear from folks who might be interested in receiving an invitation to attend an Awakening in the future. Contact information is here.
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