Skip to comments.The New York Meeting: Fred Thompson, Ben Carson
Posted on 03/22/2014 10:11:22 AM PDT by iowamark
"The New York Meeting is a nationally-recognized gathering of elected officials, journalists, business leaders and conservative authors in New York City at The Grand Hyatt, run by Mallory Factor and OBrien Murray.
The New York Meeting identifies leaders and generates ideas for the future of our nation and gets to the core of the most important issues facing the nation. This monthly hour and half meeting consists of five 15 minute segments with Americas leadersSenators, Governors, Congressman, newsmakers, journalists and celebrated authors, Each speaker addresses the meeting and then, answer questions from a panel of noted journalists and the invited audience. The audience is limited to five hundred invited guestsdonors, media, and organization heads.
In 2013, The New York Meeting has hosted many notable guests including Gov. Bobby Jindal, Sec. Donald Rumsfeld, Sen. Mike Lee, Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Jeff Sessions, Sen. Mike Enzi, Sen. Ron Johnson, Ed Feulner, David Keene, Arthur Brooks, John Allison, David Horowitz, many members of Congress and speakers.
The New York Meeting panels in 2013 have included Peggy Noonan, Brian Kilmeade, Steve Doocy, Monica Crowley, Bill McGurn, James Taranto, James Golden, David Martosko, Jedediah Bila, Jason Riley, KellyAnne Conway and many other notable journalists.
The New York Meeting is streamed live by a number of large Conservative organizations, and reaches a large monthly audience. In addition, the individual segments are made available on YouTube and other outlets to reach additional audiences."
March 10 speeches by Fred Thompson, Ben Carson, Mark Mix, other conservatives at the link.
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Fred, we hardly knew ye...
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