“What happens in Las Vegas stays in Vegas”
Recently I spoke at the FreedomFest conference in Las Vegas, presenting my vision for re-starting the conservative movement—and making it better and more effective.
Thanks to C-SPAN 2 (Book TV), my advice isn’t “staying in Vegas”—indeed, it’s coming to your living room this coming Sunday.
When: 1 p.m. Eastern Time, Sunday, August 26
Where: C-SPAN 2 (Book TV); check your local listings for the channel
I hope you will watch my talk, and invite your family and friends to watch with you. Here are just a few aspects of the conservative “game plan” that I cover:
♦ Who should conservatives support in the 2008 election?
♦ How conservatives can govern America by making the conservative movement the Third Force in American politics, and when will this happen?
♦ Why we should not be looking for “the new Ronald Reagan”
♦ What I think about Ron Paul and his presidential campaign
♦ What we should demand of any candidate we support
I hope my speech inspires you to buy my most recent book, Conservatives Betrayed: How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause. And if you have already bought it, buy copies for your family, friends, and political acquaintances to help spread the message on how we can re-launch the conservative movement.
Just go to Conservatives Betrayed, Amazon.com, or other online serives to order my book.
And while at our Conservatives Betrayed website, please give us your opinions on the three poll questions posted there:
♦ “Why is Rudy Giuliani leading for the GOP nomination?”
♦ “Who’s to blame for the GOP defeats in 2006?” And…
♦ “Why haven’t Republicans learned their lesson?”
We will be releasing the results of these polls to national and local media, more than 1,000 bloggers, and conservative leaders at the national, state, and local levels. So make sure your opinions are counted, and get your friends to speak out too! We need to let the politicians know the conservative movement is alive and we’re watching them.
It’s all here.
Richard A. Viguerie
9625 Surveyor Court, Suite 400
Manassas, VA 20110