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Thursday, July 9, 2009 – The Heritage Foundation

8:30 am Welcome – coffee available 9:00 am Saving Our Sovereignty Rep. Michele Bachmann (Minnesota) 9:15 am Can Candidates Afford to Oppose Immigration? Rep. Jason Chaffetz (Utah) 9:45 am Traditional Marriage Is Important to America Rep. Steve King (Iowa) 10:15 am Break 10:30 am Conservative / Libertarian Dialogue Andrew Dunn (NC Eagle Forum) and Jeff Frazee (YAL) 11:30 am Maintaining a Strong National Defense Rep. Duncan Hunter (California) noon Lunch 12:45 pm Building a Conservative Movement Rep. Tom McClintock (California) 1:15pm Stopping the Imperial Judiciary Rep. Trent Franks (Arizona) 1:45 pm Saving Freedom Sen. Jim DeMint (South Carolina) 2:15 pm Break 2:30 pm Why We Do Not Want Gov’t Run Health Care Rep. Tom Price (Georgia) 3:00 pm What’s so Great About America Rep. A. Joseph Cao (Louisiana) 3:30 pm New Deal, Raw Deal, Remaking America Dr. Burton Folsom Jr. 4:00 pm Student Panel: Mary Daly (Notre Dame), Amie & Katie Kieffer (U of St. Thomas), Kevin DeAnna (UNC Chapel Hill) 5:00 pm Break 5:15 pm Indoctrinate U – video + discussion 6:00 pm Pizza Party

Friday, July 10, 2009 – The Heritage Foundation
8:30 am Welcome – coffee available 9:00 am Meeting Campus Challenges Phyllis Schlafly & Alyssa Cordova 9:30 am Love, Marriage & Gender Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse 10:00 am The New Case Against Immigration Mark Krikorian 10:30 am The Darwin Myth Dr. Benjamin Wiker 11:00 am Break 11:15 am Pro-life and Campus Challenges Kristan Hawkins 11:45 pm Picture Taking noon Lunch 1:00 pm Collegians Can Help Conservatives Online Cherilyn Eagar 1:30 pm What’s Wrong with Cap and Tax? Ben Lieberman 2:00 pm Missile Defense in a Dangerous World Riki Ellison 2:30 pm Conservative Activism at the Local Level Tom McClusky 3:00 pm Break 3:15 pm Marriage Is the Remedy for Poverty Robert Rector 3:45 pm Q&A with Phyllis Schlafly 4:00 pm Student Panel: Lauren Morse (Yale), Andrew Schlafly (Harvard), Cosette Hanner (George Wythe College), Emmalee Mattern (OK Christian U) 5:00 pm Adjournment

Phyllis Schlafly, Eagle Forum President and Founder Eric Norige, Eagle Forum Collegians Director Colleen Holmes, Eagle Forum, Washington, D.C. Suzanne Bibby, Eagle Forum, Washington, D.C. Ruth Carlson, Eagle Forum, St. Louis Deborah Garrett, Eagle Forum Intern Lisa Moyer, Eagle Forum Intern John Gerardi, Eagle Forum Intern Emily Hammon, Eagle Forum Intern Special thanks to: Naples Eagle Forum And other generous donors who made this event possible
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The Sixteenth Annual

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Eagle Forum Collegians Leadership Summit

July 9-10, 2009

Washington, D.C.