Two weeks from today, I’ll be speaking at Maryland Citizen Action Network’s annual Turning the Tides conference in Annapolis, MD on January 10, 2015. I’ll be one of four panelists on their “Liberty in the Youth” panel. Headlining speakers include Dr. Alveda King, Dan Bongino, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Niger Innis, Kira Davis, Sonnie Johnson, and more.
I previously spoke at the event in 2013 on their “Cheated Generation” panel. Here’s the video (I start talking at 19:28):
Here’s more about the conference:
Maryland shocked the nation in the 2014 midterm elections. Marylanders are showing they are ready to reject one-party control over the state.
There is still a lot of work to do to maintain the momentum though. Turning the Tides 2015 is a key part of that.
Join us to learn about what strategies worked and what helped weaken the one party monopoly in Maryland. Come to learn about how to infiltrate the pop culture and reach out to new potential voters. Perhaps most importantly, join us so we can show the state and the country a united front for making Maryland into the “Free State” once again.
What? Turning the Tides 2015
When? January 10, 2015 from 9:00 AM – 5:00PM
Where? Annapolis DoubleTree Hotel
Conference tickets are still available. It costs $35.00 for students, $75.00 for MDCAN members, and $90 for non-MDCAN members.
Hope to see you there!
Today, my sister Anna Maria Hoffman (founder/editor of conservative socio-political blog Counter Cultured) and our friend Kira Davis (blogger/actress/commentator) are taping a segment about “slut shaming” on The Dr. Phil Show. The show will air on Friday. I ask that you pray for them and have them in your thoughts. They will be going up against the “YouTube Slut” and a young feminist who uses vulgarity to advance her message. I look forward to Anna Maria and Kira demolishing their arguments.
Here is more about the show as listed on Dr. Phil’s website:
Friday – January 18, 2013
Girls Who Bash Girls Who Dress Sexy
Dr. Phil takes on the hot-button topic of what some are calling “slut-shaming” — when young women are taunted and harassed, often online, for their sexual behavior, such as having casual sex, having more than one sexual partner or dressing provocatively. This form of bullying, like others, can lead to tragic consequences. Fifteen-year-old Felicia Garcia sent her last tweet, “I cant, im done, I give up,” before jumping in front of a train, while many of her classmates looked on. Friends of the freshman say she was tormented by bullies for alleged sexual encounters with football players. Did her classmates go too far? And, what can parents and students do to prevent another senseless act? Grab your teen, sit them down and watch this powerful Dr. Phil together!
Hope you tune in!