2014 Pennsylvania Leadership Conference Agenda

camp hill radissonThe loyal conservatives of Pennsylvania are gathering for their annual conference this weekend at the Camp Hill Radisson. Here’s their schedule of events:

Friday, April 4, 2014

9:00 A.M. Workshop A: Understanding the Second Amendment, COOL

Presenters:   Michael Folmer

Jeffrey W. Griffith

Louis Petolicchio

Workshop B: Organizing for Victory, American Majority

Presenter: Cecilia Houser

12 NOON  Break

1:00 P.M.  Welcoming Remarks: Frederick W. Anton, III

Chairman PA Leadership Council

1:15 P.M.  Speaker:  U.S. Senator Pat Toomey

1:45 P.M.  Speaker:  Sen. Rick Santorum, Patriot Voices

2:15 P.M.  Speaker:  Sally Pipes, Pacific Research Institute

The Cure for Obamacare

2:45 P.M.  Panel:  Obamacare: No Magic Beans

Moderator: Anna McCauslin, PA Americans for Prosperity

Panelists: Philip English, former U.S. Representative

Terence Farrell, Chester County Commissioner

Lisa Nancollas, Mifflin County Tea Party Patriots

Charles W. Proctor, III, Proctor, Lindsay & Dixon

Elizabeth Stelle, Commonwealth Foundation

3:35 P.M.  Speaker:  Dr. Arthur Brooks, American Enterprise Institute

How to Win the Fight for Free Enterprise

4:05 P.M.  Panel:  How Free Market Capitalism Raises All Boats

Moderator:  Tom Smith, 2012 GOP U.S. Senate Nominee

Panelists:  Gwenne Alexander, Action of PA

Michael Folmer, State Senator

Leo Knepper, Citizens Alliance of PA

David Reed, State Representative

William Ruger, Charles Koch Institute

5:00 P.M.   Pre-Dinner Reception with Jonah Goldberg

6:30 P.M.   Liberty Dinner with Jonah Goldberg

Special Guest: Hon. Tom Corbett, Governor of Pennsylvania

M.C.:  R.J. Harris, WHP Radio

National Anthem: Tegan Ritchey

Saturday, April 5, 2014

7:00 A.M.  Freedom Breakfast

Speaker: John Gizzi, Newsmax

Speaker: Matthew Brouillette, Commonwealth Foundation

Paycheck Protection

M.C.:  Colin Hanna, Let Freedom Ring US

8:00 A.M.   Keynote

Panel: Kumbaya: Working Together

Moderator:  Kevin Shivers, PA NFIB

Panelists: Gene Barr, PA Chamber of Commerce

Stephen Bloom, State Representative

Michael Geer, PA Family Institute

Robert A. Gleason, Jr., PA GOP

Anastasia Przybylski, FreedomWorks

Diana Reimer, Tea Party Patriots

9:00 A.M.  Speaker:  Congressman Mike Kelly 

9:30 A.M.  Speaker:   Ken Blackwell, Family Research Council

10:00 A.M.   Mini-Panel:  Emerging Constituencies

Moderator:  Evan Feinberg, Generation Opportunity

Panelists: Julie Borowski, Freedom Works

Lenny McAllister, GOP Strategist

Brandon Posner, PA Teenage Republicans

10:30 A.M.  Speaker: Dr. Paul Kengor, Grove City College

11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative

11:00 A.M.  Break

12 NOON    Leadership Luncheon

M.C.: David Taylor, PMA

Speaker: Michael Reagan

Straw Poll: Scott R. Davis

1:30 P.M.  Michael Reagan Book Signing

Workshop A:  Women’s Leadership Training, Leadership Institute

Presenter: Patricia Simpson

Workshop B:  What Kind of Watchdog Are You, Franklin Center

Presenter:  Christine McCoy

Katy Abraham

3:00 P.M.  Conference Concludes

7 Responses

  1. @ Bruce From Lancaster

    You would have benefited from attending the 2nd Amendment workshop, for you would have learned of how pervasive its impact has been and continues to be…far beyond Gun Control.

    @ Idratherbefishingwithric:

    You also would have benefited from being exposed to the raw-intellect [and committed activists] attracted to this event.

    @ Kathy

    Your reaction to an item within the agenda reflects the ignorance [on multiple levels] of lefties.

    @ FedUP

    You are on-point; the discomfiture with Corbett seemed 2-way.

    @ ron

    You are incorrect; Reaganesque principles were constantly referenced [including by his son @ the Saturday Luncheon].

    @ tom paine

    This was a combo of work-session and celebration-time; for example, the Heritage Foundation screened a documentary on Thatcher and it was fun to meet people with whom one had previously only communicated via e-mail.

  2. Lock up your wives!

    Lock up your daughters!

    This party is going to be off the HOOK!

    Ain’t no party like a Republican Brand Tea Party!

  3. The “Pacific Justice Institute”? Surely, they have relevance for Pennsylvania. A local California outfit that knows about as much about PA as we do about surfing……

    Welcome Gidget, anywho. The jest used to be all the nuts used to roll to CA; need it be updated to wingnuts?

    Is there such a thing as conservative rolfing? Tantric sex? Can I call you if I forget my mantra?

  4. I find it very ironic and laughable that one of the topics on Sat. is “11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative” when Reagan, their icon, couldn’t get elected dog catcher in todays’ GOP because he wouldn’t be conservative enough.

  5. If you think this crowd cares about supporting Corbett for re-election, you are sorely mistaken. This is the most conservative wing of the party, the one that takes issue with the establishment GOP as much as they do the Dems as being part of the problem.

  6. I find it interesting that “Understanding the Second Amendment” is their opening workshop. One would think with all the important issues facing our state and nation this one tops their list as an opening workshop? Who needs affordable healthcare, good paying jobs and a good education when you can have a smoking gun in your hand. If I was organizing this conference I most most likely start and finish 2 days of workshops with ” How can we get Corbett re-elected” an issue they will lose if they continue to ignore it.

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