Diogenes of Sinope is considered one of the founders of Cynicism. He used his simple lifestyle and behavior to criticize the social values and institutions of what he saw as a corrupt society.
Thursday, May 6, 2021
The 2021 Virtual Ideas Summit Part II: Finding Opportunity Through Freedom
Join us on Feb 18 for Part I of our Virtual Ideas Summit
LIVE from National Review Institute's Patron Retreat at The Greenbrier
Betsy DeVos, Former US Secretary of Education Kevin Hassett, Former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers Governor Jim Justice, West Virginia Rich Lowry, Editor in Chief of National Review
Charles C. W. Cooke | Lindsay Craig | Andrew C. McCarthy | Douglas Murray Ramesh Ponnuru | Vivek Ramaswamy | Tom Rastin | Karen Wright
ABOUT THE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
NRI normally hosts a biennial Ideas Summit in Washington, D.C.—a two-day conference convening conservative leaders and NRI supporters to discuss the pressing issues of the day and critically assess our movement. Due to COVID-19 restrictions in D.C., we decided to split the Ideas Summit into two parts.
We hosted Part I on February 18 as a virtual conference focused on the fight against socialism.
Live from an exclusive donor retreat at The Greenbrier, we will stream Part II: Finding Opportunity Through Freedom. The virtual program will include panel discussions, one-on-one conversations, and brief presentations—similar to our traditional Ideas Summit. The Summit will take place over two days and will cover issues ranging from education policy, to energy, to cancel culture. For more details on the program, please visit our registration page.
RSVP today! Tickets are $25 and we have several sponsorship opportunities beginning at $1,000.
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