The Family Research Council is hosting it’s annual Voters Values Summit this weekend in Washington, D.C. I’ll be there to let you know what’s happening on the scene.
We’re already off on a high note. An email sent to credentialed press includes the following:
There will be heightened security this year due to the recent shooting at the Family Research Council’s Washington, D.C. headquarters…
The “shooting” refers to a security guard who was shot at the FRC building back in August.
So that’s that.
Some highlights from today’s speaker schedule:
9:00—9:20 a.m. Sen. Rand Paul
9:20—9:40 a.m. Kirk Cameron (confirmed)
9:40—10:00 a.m. Rep. Michele Bachmann (confirmed)
10:00—10:30 a.m. Pro-Family Champions in the House
10:30—10:50 a.m. Sen. Jim DeMint (confirmed)
10:50—11:10 a.m. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (confirmed)
11:30—12:00 p.m. Rep. Paul Ryan (confirmed)
2:25—2:45 p.m. Gov. Bob McDonnell (confirmed)
3:20—3:40 p.m. Ted Cruz (confirmed), introduced by Dr. Rick Scarborough
7:45—8:10 p.m. Lt. Col. Oliver North (confirmed)
8:10—8:35 p.m. Steven Crowder (confirmed)
8:35—9:00 p.m. Dennis Prager (confirmed)