WATCH: Ronald Reagan on “Informed Patriotism”
In his 1989 farewell address to the nation, President Ronald Reagan warned that we must internalize and institutionalize a love of country. “An informed patriotism is what we want,” Reagan said. “Are we doing a good enough job teaching our children what America is and what she represents in the long history of the world?”
Now more than ever, Reagan’s words ring true: “I’m warning of an eradication of the American memory that could result, ultimately, in an erosion of the American spirit. Let’s start with some basics: more attention to American history and a greater emphasis on civic ritual.”
Freedom Leadership Conference
Major speakers include:
Sean Spicer, Sebastian Gorka, Lt. Col. Matthew Lohmeier, Tom Homan, Kris Kobach, and more.
Your registration includes a free copy of Spicer’s new book, Radical Nation, 5 other free paperbacks (see below) and a chance to get them autographed. Other major speakers to be announced.
FLC 2021 Tentative Agenda:
Pre-Conference (optional) event: Lobby Day on Thurs. Nov. 18. 12pm to 2pm at the Capitol Hill Hotel (200 C St SE, Washington, DC 20003) in DC near the South Capitol Metro Station. At least 7 of the conference sponsors are presenting petitions or providing Briefings to Congressmen and Staff. Includes free boxed lunch for all attendees. Several Congressmen and numerous staff have confirmed to visit.
VIP Lunch at Trump Hotel on Fri. Nov. 19. 11am – 2pm. For VIP Host Committee ($500), Speakers, Organization Primary Sponsors (admit 2) and Sponsors (admit 1).
The conference general session begins Fri. Nov. 19, 2021 at 3pm.
Welcome reception 6pm (hors d’ouevres, cash bar).
Private Appreciation Dinner for suppliers (printers etc., board members, leaders of USPPC projects, board – for VIP Host Committee Silver ($500) and Gold ($100) on Friday night. (separate ticket.) 7pm (come to the reception 6 PM)
Saturday Nov. 20 starts with breakfast 8:30 AM, lunch, panels & speakers all day.
VIP Host Committee reception with invited keynote speaker, Sean Spicer, on Saturday night 5 PM. Separate ticket.
Pre-Dinner VIP Reception and photo op with major speakers for VIP Host Committee (Bronze $250, Silver $500, $1000 Gold), all speakers, co-sponsor (1 admission), sponsor (2 admission) and primary sponsor organizations (4 admission).
Dinner Saturday night 7 PM for all conference registered attendees, all speakers invited.
Admission: $125 for 2 days including 4 meals, Reception, (Thurs. Lobby Day lunch, Fri. Reception, Sat. breakfast, lunch and dinner), conference on Fri. afternoon, all day Saturday.
Free Paperbacks for all attendees:
Most authors available for autographing
A Review of the United States of Socialism by Dinesh D’Souza, review by William E. Saracino, White House Watch (WHW) Executive Vice President, Intro by Sant Gupta, published for WHW (formerly White House Defense Fund under Pres. Trump). “Best Seller” status over 700,000 given away including 300,000 in Nov. 2021.
Make Red China Pay, How Red China bio and chemical weapons murdered a million Americans and shut down our economy, by Dr. Roger Canfield, United States Intelligence Council Executive Director (USIC), Introduction by Brig. General Charles L. Bishop, USAF (Ret.), published for USIC. Massive first printing Nov. 2021 of 130,000.
A Review of the Book Dark Agenda: the War to Destroy Christian America by David Horowitz, review by Conservative Christian Center (CCC) National Project Director Professor Kevin Peterson, (Major, USAF, Ret.), Introduction by former State Rep. Gary Giordano. Published for CCC.
A Review of The Case for Trump by Victor Davis Hansen, book Review by Americans for a Conservative Agenda (ACA) Project Director Fredy Burgos, Introduction by Former Virginia House Speaker, Delegate Vance Wilkins. Published for ACA (formerly Americans for the Trump Agenda). “Best Seller” status over 700,000 given away
Big Lies: How Trump Overcame Liberal Lies to Fight the China Virus (Covid-19) by former Americans for a Conservative Agenda (ACA) Executive Director Jon Moseley, intro by former State Representative Gary Giordano. Published for ACA (formerly Americans for the Trump Agenda)
Sponsorship and Host Committee Opportunities:
VIP Host Committee:
Bronze $250. Includes one conference registration plus VIP Reception with Speakers Sat. 6 PM. Optional Smithsonian Air and Space Museum visit on Sunday (charter bus or van from Marriott is included (lunch is not included).
Silver $500. Includes 2 conference full registration plus Trump Hotel Lunch on Friday (and bus ride from Marriott, Tysons Corner). Plus the above.
Gold $1000. Includes up to 4 conference full registrations plus Friday nite private dinner, Special up-front, reserved seating at the three meal functions on Sat. Plus the above.
Primary Sponsor $1,000 – 20 minutes or 10 min. at meal function. 4 conference tickets. Prime placement for exhibit table. Trump Hotel Lunch invitation for 2. Full page in Program Journal. Admission for 4 to VIP Reception Sat. 6 PM.
Sponsor $500 – 10 minutes or 5 min. at meal function. 2 conference tickets. Exhibit booth. Program Journal Half page. Admission for 2 to VIP Reception Sat. 6 PM.
Co-Sponsor $250 – 5 minutes on a panel or seating at head table at a meal function. Admission for 1 to VIP Reception Sat. 6 PM.
Sponsor and speaker inquiries: ExecutiveDirector@FreedomLeadershipConference.org.
Details subject to change.
Freedom Leadership Conference and Lobby Day are private, invitation only events, we reserve the right to deny entry to any person for any reason. The Friday night Appreciation dinner is private for direct mail and printing suppliers of the projects of US Public Policy Council, paid for by their major suppliers. As a courtesy VIP Gold Host Committee are invited (at the expense of the Conference).
VIDEO: Ronald Reagan on the Fourth of July
Reagan exhorted his fellow citizens to remember their shared history and ideals: “Believe me, if there’s one impression I carry with me after the privilege of holding for five and one-half years the office held by Adams and Jefferson and Lincoln, it is this: that the things that unite us — America’s past of which we’re so proud, our hopes and aspirations for the future of the world and this much-loved country — these things far outweigh what little divides us.”
Citizens Rally Against Draft Anti-Flag Regulations
More than 100 citizens rallied Monday night against draft regulations that would limit the size and number of flags residents could fly outside their own homes. The rally began with the Fairfax GOP’s Vinson Palathingal leading the Pledge of Allegiance.
Waving flags of various sizes, attendees cheered as they heard from a diverse roster of speakers.