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Thursday, February 26, 2015

8:00

General Session Doors Open


Call to Order
Invocation
Presentation of Colors: The Citadel Republican Society Color Guard
National Anthem: Carol Apelt, American Conservative Union
Pledge of Allegiance

Potomac Ballroom

8:40

Dr. Ben Carson

Potomac Ballroom

9:00

Senator Mike Lee, (UT)

Potomac Ballroom

9:20

Reclaiming the American Dream: Millennials Look Toward Their Future

Potomac Ballroom

9:30

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Moderator: Raffi Williams, Republican National Committee


Charlie Kirk, Turning Point USA
Representative Mia Love, (UT-4)
Senator Ben Sasse, (NE)

10:00

Coffee Reception with Dr. Ben Carson


First 50 attendees will receive signed book, The Last Line of Defense
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Whats Next for Common Core: The Political Future of the Law

Potomac Ballroom

Exhibit Hall Opens

Exhibit Hall D-E

Yes, We Won in 2014 but Still Fail on the Ground and Online
Why Well Lose the White House in 2016 (and Deserve to) Ned Ryun, American
Majority
Hacking Facebook and Twitter Aubrey Blankenship, American Majority

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

10:30

Inventing to Nowhere: Two first time inventors encounter patent legislation that
threatens their intellectual property rights and Americas innovative spirit.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

10:30

Free One-on-one Personalized Career Consultations Walk-ups welcome!


Sponsored by the Leadership Institute

Camellia 2

Moderator: Sabrina Schaeffer, Independent Womens Forum


Emmett McGroarty, American Principles Project
Neil McClusky, CATO

10:00
10:00

10:40

The Conservative Replacement to Obamacare

Potomac Ballroom

Activists & Candidates: Flip Sides of the Campaign Coin


7 Grassroots Cheats Youve Never Heard of Matt Robbins, American Majority
Running for Office with Victory Guaranteed Cecilia Houser, Ebensburg Borough
Council

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

Beyond the Expected: Broadening the Conservative Base

Potomac Ballroom

Moderator: Amy Frederick, 60 Plus Association


Senator John Barrasso, (WY)
Representative Marsha Blackburn, (TN-7)
Jim Capretta, Ethics and Public Policy Center

11:00

11:20

Moderator: Amanda House, One America News Network


Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform
Heather Higgins, Independent Womens Voice
Tammy Bruce, The Washington Times

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-1-2015 events appear in BOLD

12:00

Salute to Veterans

Potomac Ballroom

12:00

America At Risk: How do we win a war with an enemy the Obama


Administration refuses to identify, hosted by Newt and Callista Gingrich
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all CPAC 2015 Attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

12:00

Book Signing: Obamas Enforcer by John Fund

Exhibit Hall D-E

Senator Joni Ernst, (IA)


LtCol Oliver North, USMC (Ret.), Freedom Alliance

12:20

You Built It, But Do You Own It?

Potomac Ballroom

Governor Chris Christie, (NJ)

Potomac Ballroom

Talking the Right Way to the Right Crowd


Stop the Messaging Crisis! Bill Meierling
The 80% Solution: Creating Winning Coalitions Paulo Sibaja, Leadership Institute

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

1:00

Camellia 2

A Discussion on Obamas Initiative to Reduce Intellectual Property Rights


Moderator: Dan Schneider, American Conservative Union
Adam Mossoff, George Mason University
Mark Schultz, George Mason School of Law
Maureen Ohlhausen, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
1:00
1:00

1:20

1:40
2:00

2:00

Free One-on-one Personalized Career Consultations Walk-ups welcome!


Sponsored by the Leadership Institute

Carly Fiorina, Former CEO, Hewlett-Packard, Chairman, American Conservative


Union Foundation

Potomac Ballroom

1:30

Exhibit Hall D-E

Book Signing: Who Killed the American Family? by Phyllis Schlafly

Senator Ted Cruz, (TX)

Potomac Ballroom

Where the Rubber Meets the Road


Community Organizing for Conservatives Ed King, Young Americans for Liberty
Winning in the Bluest of States: A Vermont and Wisconsin Case Study Tayt Brooks
and Matt Batzel, American Majority

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

2:00

Exhibit Hall D-E

Meet and Greet: Carly Fiorina


Open to all CPAC 2015 Premium Attendees

Activism Boot Camp Main Stage

Potomac Ballroom

When Should America Go to War?

Potomac 1
Breakout Room #1

Immigration: Can Conservatives Reach a Consensus?

Potomac 2

2:00: Ned Ryun, Intro the TED talks


2:05: Tom Basile, Sirius XM, Patriot Radio Host, Effective Communication to Expand
the Conservative Majority
2:30: Roman Genn, National Review, Satire and Caricature as a Political Weapon
2:55: Sabo, UnsavoryAgents.com, The Dissident Art Movement
3:20: Craig Snider, Alta Vista Media, The Subversive Art of Storytelling
3:45: John Whitbeck, Chairman of Virginia GOP, From Purple to Red
3:55: Wrap up

2:10

Moderator: KT McFarland, National Security Analyst


Ambassador John Bolton, American Enterprise Institute
Representative Ryan Zinke, (MT)
James Carafano, The Heritage Foundation
Senator Tom Cotton, (AR)

2:10

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-2-2015 events appear in BOLD

Moderator: Charlie Gerow, Quantum Communications


Representative Jeff Duncan, (SC-3)
Alfonso Aguilar, American Principles Project
Mario Lopez, Hispanic Leadership Fund
2:10

How Schools and Universities are Failing to Teach Kids

Potomac 3
Breakout Room #3

Two Bits and 64 Bytes: Digital Currency and the Democratization of Money

Potomac 4
Breakout Room #4

Asset Forfeiture: The Sheriff of Nottingham at your Doorstep

Potomac 5
CPAC University

Full House: Whos Got the Winning Hand? (Debate)

Potomac 6
CPAC University

Government Intervention in Economic Recession: Less is More

Chesapeake A
CPAC University

2:30

Occupy Unmasked. A shocking indictment of one of the most controversial


movements in American history, starring Andrew Breitbart.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

2:30

Crushing the Crony Culture


Moderator: Tim Chapman, Heritage Action for America
Diane Katz, The Heritage Foundation
Romina Boccia, The Heritage Foundation
Nick Loris, The Heritage Foundation
*Sponsored by The Heritage Foundation

Chesapeake 1-3

2:30

Regulatory Assaults on Your Freedom That You Might Now Yet Know About
Live panel discussion between Niger Innis, Executive Director of TheTeaParty.net,
George Landrith, President of Frontiers of Freedom Institute and Jeff Stier, Senior
Fellow of National Center for Public Policy Research. David Keene, Opinion Editor
for The Washington Times to moderate.
Sponsored by The Washington Times. Open to all CPAC 2015 Attendees.

Camellia 3

Moderator: Michael Poliakoff, American Council of Trustees and Alumni


Representative Diane Black, (TN-6)
Annie Hsiao, Charles Koch Institute
Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review
Patrick Wolf, University of Arkansas

2:10

Moderator: Ed Moy, Former Director of the U.S. Mint


Jinyoung Englund, The Bitcoin Foundation
Terry Schilling, American Principles Project

2:10

Pat Nolan, American Conservative Union Foundation


Derek Cohen, Texas Public Policy Foundation
Darpana Sheth, Institute for Justice

2:10

A Debate on Internet Freedom and the 10th Amendment: Should


Congress Shut Down State-Authorized Gambling Websites?
John Pappas, Poker Players Alliance
2:10

Peter Wallison, American Enterprise Institute

3:00

3:10

Breakout Room #2

The New Frontiers of Data


Information Never Sleeps: Tracking Politics in 2015 Austin James, Optimus
Were Watching You: How to Video Track 24/7 Tim Miller, America Rising PAC

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

3:00

Exhibit Hall D-E

Book Signing: The School Choice Journey by Patrick Wolf

Surfing for Secrets: Cyber Insecurity in the Digital Age

Moderator: Steven Bucci, The Heritage Foundation


John Solomon, The Washington Times
Representative Mike Pompeo, (KS-4)
Kevin Freeman, author of Game Plan
General Michael Mukasey, Former U.S. Attorney General

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-3-2015 events appear in BOLD

Potomac 1
Breakout Room #1

Senator Rob Portman, (OH)


3:10

Vote Early, Vote Often: How to Combat Election (Voter) Fraud

Potomac 2
Breakout Room #2

Climate: What Tom Steyer Wont Tell You

Potomac 3
Breakout Room #3

Theres No I in Teamsters: Obamas Bow to Big Labor Bosses

Potomac 4
Breakout Room #4

Prosecutors Gone Wild

Potomac 5
CPAC University

Can Islam and Democracy Co-Exist?

Potomac 6
CPAC University

US-Israel: Does the Special Relationship Still Exist?

Chesapeake A
CPAC University

3:30

Meet and Greet: Senator Rand Paul


Open to all CPAC 2015 Premium Attendees.

Exhibit Hall D-E

4:00

Book Signing: Government Bullies by Senator Rand Paul

Exhibit Hall D-E

Moderator: Guy Benson, Townhall


Don McGahn, Former FEC Chairman
James OKeefe, Project Veritas
Representative Peter Roskam, (IL-6)

3:10

Moderator: Becky Norton Dunlop, The Heritage Foundation


Joe Bast, The Heartland Institute
Myron Ebell, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Andrew Langer, Institute for Liberty
Representative Bill Flores, (TX-17)
Bob Murray, Murray Energy Corporation

3:10

Moderator: Bill McMorris, Washington Free Beacon


Mark Mix, National Right to Work Committee
State Representative Nick Zerwas, (MN)
Tammy McCutchen, Former Administrator, U.S. Department of Labor
John Diehl, Speaker, Missouri House of Representatives

3:10

John Fund, National Review Online


Sidney Powell, Sidney Powel, P.C.
Clark Neily, The Institute for Justice

3:10

Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, American Islamic Forum for Democracy


Special Guest TBA

3:10

Jeff Ballabon, Former CBS Vice President

4:15

The Red Pill or the Blue Pill? A Debate on Marijuana Legalization (Debate)

Potomac Ballroom

4:30

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Moderator: Mary Katharine Ham, Townhall


Commissioner Anne Marie Buerkle, U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission
Governor Gary Johnson, (NM)
Rocky Mountain Heist. It may be coming to a state near you. It all started with four
wealthy liberals who pulled off one of the greatest political makeovers in recent history.
Washington, D.C. premiere, live introduction by film host Michelle Malkin.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

5:00

Governor Scott Walker, (WI)

Potomac Ballroom

5:20

Governor Bobby Jindal, (LA)

Potomac Ballroom

5:30

Exhibit Hall D-E

Book Signing: Hidden in Plain Sight by Peter Wallison

5:40

Governor Sarah Palin, (AK)

Potomac Ballroom

6:00

The Wealth of a Nation: Economic Policies that Help

Potomac Ballroom

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-4-2015 events appear in BOLD

Average, Middle-Class Americans

Moderator: Larry Kudlow, CNBC


Carly Fiorina, Former CEO, Hewlett-Packard, Chairman, American Conservative
Union Foundation
Representative Roger Williams (TX-25)
Stephen Moore, The Heritage Foundation

6:30

Border War. Documents the lives of five individuals affected by illegal immigration.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

6:40

Nigel Farage, Leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP)

Potomac Ballroom

7:00

POSE with Your Priorities: CPACs Opening Night Party!

POSE Ultra Lounge


Gaylord, 18th Floor

CPAC Sunset Reception: Hors doeuvres , Wine, and Beer

Potomac Foyer

Good Guys Reception

Woodrow Wilson A

8:30

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Sponsored by The Poker Players Alliance. Open to all CPAC Attendees

7:00

Open to all CPAC Attendees

7:00

Sponsored by the National Rifle Association and Freedom Alliance. By invitation only.
Perfect Valor. Operation Phantom Fury was the fight for control of Fallujah - the
most dangerous city in the world, narrated by Fred Thompson.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-5-2015 events appear in BOLD

Friday, February 27, 2015


7:30

General Session Doors Open


Call to Order
Invocation
Pledge of Allegiance

Potomac Ballroom

8:00

Speaker Newt Gingrich

Potomac Ballroom

8:30

Laura Ingraham, The Laura Ingraham Show

Potomac Ballroom

8:40

Senator Marco Rubio, (FL)

Potomac Ballroom

9:00

Governor Rick Perry, (TX)

Potomac Ballroom

9:20

L. Brent Bozell III, Media Research Center

Potomac Ballroom

9:30

Exhibit Hall Opens

Exhibit Hall D-E

9:30

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

9:40

Coffee Reception with Governor Scott Walker


Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Privacy vs Security (Debate)

Potomac Ballroom

Targeting and Activating People


Their Vote Doesnt Matter: Getting Out OUR Vote Matt Robbins, American Majority
Tweet to Win: A Case Study Matt Batzel, American Majority

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

10:00

Book Signing: ROAR by Scottie Nell Hughes

Exhibit Hall D-E

10:15

Meet and Greet: Governor Rick Perry


Open to all CPAC 2015 Premium Attendees.

Exhibit Hall D-E

Moderator: Lou Dobbs, Host of FOX Business Networks Lou Dobbs Tonight
General Mike Hayden, Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency
Judge Andrew Napolitano, Senior Judicial Analyst

10:00

10:20

Senator Rand Paul, (KY)

Potomac Ballroom

10:30

Free One-on-one Personalized Career Consultations Walk-ups welcome!


Sponsored by the Leadership Institute

Camellia 2

10:30

Children of Americas Military Heroes Meet & Greet


Chesapeake I
Featuring Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund Students
LtCol Oliver L. North, USMC (Ret.), Founder and Honorary Chairman, Freedom Alliance
Tom Kilgannon, President, Freedom Alliance
Sponsored by Freedom Alliance. Open to all CPAC 2015 Attendees.

10:40

Matt Schlapp, Chairman, American Conservative Union, Former White House


Political Director

Potomac Ballroom

11:00

Sean Hannity, Fox News

Potomac Ballroom

11:00

Exhibit Hall D-E

11:00

Meet and Greet: with Senator Mike Lee


*Open to all attendees who have pre-ordered his book Our Lost Constitution

Digital Action
Back to the Future: Catching up on Political Technology Ned Ryun, American
Majority
Reaching the Forgotten Voter: 18-26 Year-Olds Corie Whalen Stephens,

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-6-2015 events appear in BOLD

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

Generation Opportunity
11:00

Meet and Greet with Mr. Donald Trump


Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

11:00

Charge-up your Fundraising with Proven Tips from Eberle Associates


If you are interested in fundraising, you wont want to miss this event.
Presented by Tammy Cali, President and CEO, Eberle Communications Group
* Open to all registered CPAC attendees.

Azalea 3

11:15

Reince Priebus, Republican National Committee

Potomac Ballroom

11:30

Hail to the Chief: A Special Event

Potomac Ballroom

11:30

Exhibit Hall D-E

12:00

Book Signing: Breakout by Newt Gingrich and From Sea to Shining Sea by
Callista Gingrich

Donald Trump, The Trump Organization

Potomac Ballroom

12:00

Exhibit Hall D-E

Book Signing: Whatever the Cost by David and Jason Benham

12:20

Senator Rick Santorum, (PA)

Potomac Ballroom

12:40

Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award

Potomac Ballroom

Lies Told to You by Liberals


The Real Face of the Ultra-Left Chris Doss, Leadership Institute
Countering the War on Women Lie Carly Fiorina, Former CEO,
Hewlett-Packard, Chairman, American Conservative Union Foundation

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

1:00

Book Signing: Blue Collar Conservatives by Senator Rick Santorum

Exhibit Hall D-E

1:00

Free One-on-one Personalized Career Consultations Walk-ups welcome!


Sponsored by the Leadership Institute

Camellia 2

Steve Bannon, Breitbart


David Bossie, Citizens United
Phil Robertson, Duck Dynasty

1:00

1:20

1:40
2:00

Wayne LaPierre, National Rifle Association

Potomac Ballroom

1:30

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Pope John Paul II Special Program. Live introduction and remarks by film hosts
Newt and Callista Gingrich.
Divine Mercy: The Canonization Of John Paul II. Washington, D.C. premiere.
Nine Days That Changed The World. Pope John Paul IIs historic 1979 pilgrimage
to Poland.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Governor Jeb Bush, (FL)

Potomac Ballroom

Getting Real: Proven Tactics


So Youre a Libertarian: Who Cares? Jeff Frazee, Young Americans for Liberty
Being the Margin of Victory: How to Craft a Message, Target Voters, and Build a
Movement Chris Crawford and Laurie Lee, Susan B. Anthony List

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

2:00

Meet and Greet: Senator Rick Santorum


Open to all CPAC 2015 Premium Attendees

Exhibit Hall D-E

2:00

Book Signing: The New Terrorism: How to Fight It and Defeat It by Van Hipp

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-7-2015 events appear in BOLD

2:10

China Rising

Potomac 1
Breakout Room #2

The Future of Marriage in America

Potomac 2
Breakout Room #1

The Politics of Cool: How Important Ideas Get Trivialized

Potomac 3
Breakout Room #3

Friends in Low Places: How Cronyism Corrupts the Free Markets

Potomac 4
Breakout Room #4

Intelligence Community: the Alphabet Soup Agencies and What They Do

Potomac 5
CPAC University

America the Military Superpower: What is the Right Size for our Military?

Potomac 6
CPAC University

State Tax Rebellion: How States are Leading the Way

Chesapeake A
CPAC University

2:10

Operation Honest Assessment


An easy to use State Wide solution (being used by Iowa this election cycle)
to make sure the true conservative champions of the grassroots rise to the
top over the establishment's hand-picked faux champion of the people.
Attend and receive a TPP Freedom Pack, valued at $50.
Presented by Gregg Cummings. Sponsored by Tea Party Patriots.

Eastern Shore 1

2:30

Townhall Media Presents "Presidential Madness: The Road to Sweet '16"


Chesapeake B-C
Featuring Guy Benson, Erick Erickson, Mary Katharine Ham, Ed Morrissey, & Katie Pavlich
*Sponsored by Townhall Media

2:30

Want to Limit Government? Lets Start by Strengthening Civil Society


Moderator: Genevieve Wood, The Daily Signal
David Azerrad, The Heritage Foundation
Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D., The Heritage Foundation
Hans von Spakovsky, The Heritage Foundation

Moderator: Bill Gertz, Washington Free Beacon


Dennis Shea, US-China Economic and Security Review Commission
Gordon Chang, Forbes
Adelle Nazarian, Breitbart

2:10

Moderator: Kate Bryan, American Principles Project


Wade Horn, Former Assistant Secretary for Children and Families
Jennifer Marshall, The Heritage Foundation
Heather MacDonald, Manhattan Institute

2:10

Moderator: Tomi Lahren, One America News Network


Ian Walters, American Conservative Union
Ned Ryun, American Majority
Deroy Murdock, National Review
SABO, UnsavoryAgents.com

2:10

Moderator: Lawson Bader, Competitive Enterprise Institute


Representative Jeb Hensarling, (TX-5)
Tim Carney, Washington Examiner
Nick Sorrentino, AgainstCronyCapitalism.org
Mike Needham, Heritage Action for America

2:10

Sheriff David Clarke, Milwaukee, WI


Carly Fiorina, Former CEO, Hewlett-Packard, Chairman, American Conservative
Union Foundation
Clare Lopez, Center for Security Policy

2:10

Herb London, London Center for Policy Research


Eli M. Gold, London Center for Policy Research
Capt. Peter O'Brien, London Center for Policy Research
LtCol Tony Shaffer, London Center for Policy Research

2:10

Holly Robichaud, Boston Herald


J. Scott Moody, State Budget Solutions
Patrick Gleason, Americans for Tax Reform (Invited)

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-8-2015 events appear in BOLD

Chesapeake 1-3

*Sponsored by The Heritage Foundation

Live Competition: Washington Times Idol

Potomac Ballroom

3:00

Taking Conservatism to School


How to Bring Conservatives Speakers to Campus Patrick Coyle, Young Americas
Foundation

Chesapeake D-E
Activism Boot Camp

3:10

Lowering the Boom: When to Stand Up to Rogue Nations

Potomac 1
Breakout Room #1

Baby Steps: the Pro-Life Success Story

Potomac 2
Breakout Room #2

Criminal Justice Reform: Getting More Safety for our Tax Dollars

Potomac 3
Breakout Room #3

Comrades with Calculators: Reforming the Tax Code for Liberty

Potomac 4
Breakout Room #4

3:10

The ABCs of Trade: Should Obama be Given a Blank Check?

Potomac 5
CPAC University

3:10

Frack That! What Is Fracking and How Will it Change America?

Potomac 6
CPAC University

The History of Immigration and Citizenship

Chesapeake A
CPAC University

2:30

Eight aspiring journalism students interview former Sen. Rick Santorum and
former Rep. Dennis Kucinich to win an internship at The Washington Times.
Sponsored by The Washington Times. Open to all CPAC 2015 Attendees.

Moderator: Jose Cardenas, Vision Americas


Andy McCarthy, Former Assistant U.S. Attorney
Sebastian Gorka, Marine Corps University
Peter Brookes, The Heritage Foundation
Governor Gary Johnson, (NM)

3:10

Moderator: Matt Smith, Catholic Advocate


Charmaine Yoest, Americans United for Life
Marjorie Dannenfelser, Susan B. Anthony List
Darla St. Martin, National Right to Life

3:10

Moderator: Pat Nolan, American Conservative Union Foundation


Julie Stewart, Families Against Mandatory Minimums
Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform
Mark Levin, Texas Public Policy Foundation
David Keene, The Washington Times

3:10

Moderator: Colin Hanna, Let Freedom Ring


Lew Uhler, National Tax Limitation Committee
Representative Roger Williams, (TX-25)
Ryan Ellis, Americans for Tax Reform

Erik Milito, American Petroleum Institute

3:10

3:10

Speaking the Language of Liberty


Eastern Shore 1
The list grievances against a tyrant in the Declaration should have cast a
dark shadow over the document, but the Declaration inspires the reader to
believe that there is a bright future, not just for America, but for all mankind.
Learn how to speak the Language of Liberty to inspire the heart and mind
with an understanding that freedom and liberty are more desirable and will
produce a better outcome for mankind than the ideas of captivity.
Attend & receive a TPP Freedom Pack, valued at $50. Sponsored by Tea Party Patriots.

4:20

Ambassador John Bolton, American Enterprise Institute

Potomac Ballroom

4:40

A Strong America: Protecting Opportunity for All

Potomac Ballroom

Moderator: Alex Marlow, Breitbart

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-9-2015 events appear in BOLD

Senator Jim DeMint, The Heritage Foundation


KT McFarland, National Security Analyst
Arthur Brooks, American Enterprise Institute

6:30

5:00

Ronald Reagan: Rendezvous With Destiny. Award-winning look at our


beloved 40th president, hosted by Newt and Callista Gingrich.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

5:00

Conservative Book Club - CPAC Launch Cocktail Reception


Come learn about and celebrate the 50th Anniversary and relaunch of the
Conservative Book Club and enjoy complimentary cocktails!

Chesapeake J-K

Ronald Reagan Reception

Potomac Foyer

7:00

Our Sacred Honor. A journey to our nations past that explores the meaning of
our founding documents, live introduction by film host Senator Rick Santorum.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

7:00

Young Jewish Conservatives Fourth Annual Shabbat Event at CPAC

Residence Inn
192 Waterfront Street
National Harbor

Sponsored by John & Tracy Eddy. Open to CPAC 2015 attendees


who have tickets to the Ronald Reagan Dinner.

For Jewish CPAC attendees - You are invited to the Young Jewish Conservatives
(YJC) Fourth Annual Shabbat Event at CPAC. This annual tradition was started in
2012 to bring together politically conservative Jews and encourage them to attend
CPAC. The YJC Shabbat will feature conservative speakers along with traditional
observance and Kosher meals Friday and Saturday. Please register ahead of time -https://cpacshabbat2015.eventbrite.com. Sponsored by Young Jewish Conservatives.
7:15

Ronald Reagan Dinner

Potomac Ballroom
Sponsored by One America News Network
Keynote Address: Governor Mike Pence, (IN)
The Jeane Jordan Kirkpatrick Academic Freedom Award: James Ceaser, University of Virginia

8:30

Hillary The Movie. The legendary movie that won at the U.S. Supreme Court
everything youve forgotten and what you need to know.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Presented by the American Conservative Union

Official CPAC-10-2015 events appear in BOLD

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Saturday, February 28, 2015


8:00

General Session Doors Open


Call to Order
Invocation
Pledge of Allegiance

Potomac Ballroom

8:30

Mark Levin, The Mark Levin Show

Potomac Ballroom

9:00

Reining in a Lawless President: Obamnesty and Other Pen and Phone Affronts

Potomac Ballroom

9:20

Tomi Lahren, One America News Network

Potomac Ballroom

9:30

Exhibit Hall Opens

Exhibit Hall D-E

9:30

Chesapeake 4-6

Moderator: Kelly Riddell, The Washington Times


Representative Mick Mulvaney, (SC-5)
Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch

10:00

Book Signing: Search and Destroy by Scott Cleland

Religious Freedom In America: Would the Pilgrims Still Be Welcome Here?

Potomac Ballroom

10:00

Book Signing: Brown People by Javier Manjarres

Exhibit Hall D-E

10:30

CPAC Job Fair

National Harbor 4-5, 13-14

11:00

Book Signing: Game Plan by Kevin Freeman

Exhibit Hall D-E

11:00

Inventing To Nowhere. Two first-time inventors encounter patent legislation that


threatens their intellectual property rights and Americas innovative spirit.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Moderator: Cal Thomas, The Washington Times


Tony Perkins, Family Research Council
Representative Randy Neugebauer, (TX-19)
Dana Loesch, Dana Loesch Radio

Sponsored by the Leadership Institute

11:10

If We Build It, They Wont Come

Potomac 1
Breakout Room #1

The University Of The Future

Potomac 2
Breakout Room #2

The United States of Google: Big Brother and Big Data

Potomac 3
Breakout Room #3

Deficits Debunked: It's a Spending Problem, Not a Revenue Problem

Potomac 4
Breakout Room #4

Moderator: Carolyn Meadows, Former GA Republican National Committeewoman


Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform
Ed Martin, Eagle Forum

11:10

Moderator: Alex Smith, College Republican National Committee


Katherine Mangu-Ward, Reason Magazine
Chris Long, Intercollegiate Studies Institute
Anne Neal, The American Council of Trustees and Alumni
Mike Farris, Home School Legal Defense Association

11:10

Moderator: Erik Telford, Franklin Center for Public Integrity


Scott Cleland, Precursor LLC
Seton Motley, Less Government
Tom Schatz, Citizens Against Government Waste

11:10

Moderator: Deroy Murdock, National Review


State Senator Mark Green, (TN)
Representative Tom Price, (GA-6)

Presented by the American Conservative Union

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Jonathan Bydlak, Coalition to Reduce Spending


11:10

How Does Power Generation Work and How is Energy Used?

Potomac 5
CPAC University

Supply-Side Strategy: Exposing and Confronting the Abortion


Industry as Big Business

Potomac 6

All Roads Lead to a Tax Increase?

Chesapeake A
CPAC University

Strategic Planning Session: Working Together to Turn Ideas Into Actions

Potomac Ballroom

11:30

Book Signing: Licensed to Lie by Sidney Powell

Chesapeake D-E

12:00

Book Signing: Hands Off My Gun by Dana Loesch

Chesapeake D-E

12:00

The Gift Of Life. Explores the sanctity of life as a moral issue,


starring Governor Mike Huckabee.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Tom Pyle, Institute for Energy Research

11:10

Charmaine Yoest, Americans United for Life

11:10

A Debate on Infrastructure Development


Rich Juliano, American Road & Transportation Builders Association
Chris Edwards, CATO Institute
11:15

CPAC University

Patrice Pederson, Sutherland Institute

12:10

Save Us From Bankruptcy: Reforming Federal Entitlements and State Pensions

Potomac 1
Breakout Room #1

The Middle East: the 30 Years War

Potomac 2
Breakout Room #2

Hands Off My Wi-Fi!!! The Politicization of Internet Access

Potomac 3
Breakout Room #3

Putin's Russia: A New Cold War?

Potomac 4
Breakout Room #4

History of the Gun Control Debate

Potomac 5
CPAC University

Fade to Black: How Vulnerable is our Electric Grid and Power Supply?

Potomac 6
CPAC University

How Capitalism Empowers the Poor

Chesapeake A
CPAC University

Carrie Lucas, Independent Womens Forum (Invited)


Nina Owcharenko, The Heritage Foundation (Invited)

12:10

Moderator: Van Hipp, American Defense International, Inc.


Walid Phares, Florida International University
Clare Lopez, Center for Security Policy

12:10

Moderator: Commissioner Scott Kieff, International Trade Commission


Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen, Federal Trade Commission
Commissioner Ajit Pai, Federal Commuciations Commission
Representative Bob Goodlatte, (VA-6)

12:10

Moderator: Seth Cropsy, Hudson Institute


Carly Fiorina, Former CEO, Hewlett-Packard, Chairman, American Conservative
Union Foundation
Cliff May, Foundation for Defense of Democracies
Amanda Brickell Bellows, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Gregory Angelo, Log Cabin Republicans

12:10

Lexy Rusnak, NRA-ILA

12:10

Peter Pry, Family Security Matters


Commissioner Rob Powelson, Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

12:10

Robert Doar, American Enterprise Institute

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1:00

1:20

Values Voters Reception


Values Voter Meet and Greet hosted by FRC Action. Come say hello to FRC
Actions President Tony Perkins and FRC Action 's Executive Director Josh
Duggar and his wife, Anna, who also star in reality TV's 19 Kids and Counting.
Sponsored by FRC Action

Camellia 4

Dusting off the 10th Amendment: The Future of Federalism

Potomac Ballroom

1:30

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Moderator: Bridgett Wagner, The Heritage Foundation


Representative Bob Goodlatte, (VA-6)
Governor Sam Brownback, (KS)
Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma Attorney General

2:00

Inventing To Nowhere. Two first-time inventors encounter patent legislation that


threatens their intellectual property rights and Americas innovative spirit.
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

Americas Security in the Age of Jihad

Potomac Ballroom

2:15

Chesapeake 4-6
CPAC Theater

Moderator: Deroy Murdock, National Review


Pete Hegseth, Concerned Veterans for America
Dr. Zudhi Jasser, American Islamic Forum for Democracy
Concerned Veterans for America video presentation
Sponsored by Citizens United. Open to all registered CPAC 2015 attendees.

2:40

Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers, (WA-5)

Potomac Ballroom

2:50

To Be Announced

Potomac Ballroom

3:10

Content of Your Character: Conservatives See Deeper

Potomac Ballroom

3:50

To Be Announced

Potomac Ballroom

4:10

Tan, Rested, and Ready: Do Conservatives Have What it Takes to Win in 2016?

Potomac Ballroom

4:50

Patrick Hussion, One America News Network

Potomac Foyer

5:10

The Washington Times CPAC Straw Poll Results

Potomac Foyer

CPAC Closing Remarks

Potomac Foyer

Moderator: Ron Christie, Christie Strategies


Robert A. George, New York Post
Patrice Lee, Generation Opportunity
Mercedes Schlapp, Cove Strategies

Jenny Beth Martin, Tea Party Patriots


Ned Ryun, American Majority
Matt Schlapp, Chairman, American Conservative Union, Former White House
Political Director

Sponsored by The Washington Times


Larry Beasley, The Washington Times
John Solomon, The Washington Times
Kellyanne Conway, The Polling Company

5:40

*The CPAC Schedule is Subject to Change

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