Next Saturday, August 13, 2022, the Conservative Party is releasing our 2022 National Affairs Platform that discusses the national topics that effect our daily lives, including, but not limited to, the US Constitution, the Economy, Foreign Affairs, National Defense and Immigration. Our platform lets the readers know what we support to remedy the obvious problems and renew America’s commitment to the vision of our Founding Fathers whose wisdom help create the one nation that people still seek to live in to better their lives.
Registration for the conference begins at 11:00 AM in the Arthur Finnegan American Legion Post #1443, 40 Mountain Lakes Lane, Greenwood Lake, NY 10925 (Click here for directions); our platform will be released at Noon. And there is no charge to attend the National Affairs Conference!
We have an exciting line up of speakers beginning at 12:15 PM with my welcoming remarks. Taiwan has been in the news this week and our first panel discussion will be on Taiwanese relations with the US, with members of the Taiwanese US Chamber of Commerce and the Taiwanese Cultural Center.
National Education policy, another timely subject with school beginning next month, will be presented by Ed Cox, a board member of the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund.
Border Security, an issue that effects every village, town, city and state, will be presented by Allen Roth, President of Secure America Now.
Other topics of interest include the economy/inflation and continuing problems with the supply chain, the Supreme Court and the New Federalism, and the ongoing war in Ukraine.
It will be lively, informative and arm you with talking points (which can be used to write letters to the editor of your local newspapers to spread knowledge) as we approach the November elections and beyond.
After the conference, beginning at 5:00 PM, there will be a reception with US Senate Candidate Joe Pinion who will be our featured speaker. Also slated to be present is Marcus Molinaro, candidate for the 19th Congressional District, Colin Schmitt, candidate for the 18th Congressional District and Michael Lawler, candidate for the 17th Congressional District. The cost to attend the reception is $75.00 per person. You can register for both events here or you can just stop by for an educational day with old and new friends.
The Post’s latest reporting on career criminals is more reason Hochul must call a special session on bail reform. Gov. Hochul, just so you know, the author is a democrat and the longest-serving active New York City Council member.