This weekend, November 9 and 10, some of America's newest
conservative leaders-Senator Ron Johnson, Congresswoman Jaime
Herrera Beutler, Senator-elect Ted Cruz, and Dave Bossie President
of Citizens United Foundation-will inspire a maximum capacity
audience of students at Young America's Foundation's annual College
Conference at the Reagan Ranch.
The program, the first major conservative conference following
the election, will bring together top leaders and more than 200
conference participants from around the country to discuss the
future of the Conservative Movement.
The conference participants will also walk in the President's
footsteps at his beloved Rancho del Cielo, where they will gain a
greater appreciation for President Reagan and his lasting
Past program attendees described their Reagan Ranch visit as
"one of the most exciting experiences" of their
lives. His beloved ranch is a place of
learning and inspiration for generations to come. The Reagan Ranch
Center in downtown Santa Barbara is a "schoolhouse for Reaganism"
where students can learn more about one of America's greatest
This conference brings young people face-to-face with national
leaders working to grow our economy and advance freedom by
advocating for the ideas and values President Reagan championed.
"Young America's Foundation remains committed to what we've
always been committed to: winning the next generation with
conservative ideas," remarked Ron Robinson, president of Young
America's Foundation. "The division of America by race and gender
and the preaching of envy and coveting as if those are virtues will
continue to plague America's public life as long as those
ideologies dominate in our classrooms."