The May Wendy P. McCaw Reagan Ranch Roundtable will feature best-selling author and Human Events Editor Jason Mattera on Friday, May 21, 2010 from 12pm – 1:30pm at Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan Ranch Center. Watch the archived video here.
When Friday, May 21, 2010
Where: The Reagan Ranch Center
217 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
RSVP: By May 14th to Meredith by phone only at 805.957.1980
Cost: $35/person pre-pay (payment at time of RSVP)
$45/person at the door (advance RSVP still required)
Students Free (advance RSVP still required)
About Jason Mattera
Jason Mattera, 26, is a New York Times bestselling author and the youngest editor of a national periodical, Human Events. He is the youngest editor in the 46 year history of Human Events.
In 2010, Mattera’s debut book, OBAMA ZOMBIES: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation landed at #14 on the New York Times bestseller list. Rush Limbaugh, who endorsed the book twice on air, dubbed Mattera an official “Rush baby” and nominated Mattera for a Pulitzer Prize. Ann Coulter has crowned Mattera a “national treasure,” and Michelle Malkin says his work is a “heat-seeking missile aimed at the Cult of Obama.”
Mattera has appeared on virtually every major talk radio and television program, including: The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity, Fox & Friends, Imus, Washington Journal, the “Laura Ingraham Show,” “Mark Levin Show,” “Mancow,” “Neal Boortz,” and scores more. Well-known for his trademark “ambush interviews,” Mattera’s video takedowns of top liberals have gone viral and become internet legends.
Mattera is an alumnus of Young America’s Foundation program and served as the Foundation’s Spokesman after graduating summa cum laude from Roger Williams University in Rhode Island, where he was one of the top Conservative student activists in the country.
About the Reagan Ranch Roundtable Luncheons
The Reagan Ranch Roundtable is typically held on the third Friday of each month at the Reagan Ranch Center in downtown Santa Barbara. Designed especially for the Santa Barbara community, the luncheons advance the principles that Ronald Reagan championed—individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values. Santa Barbara community members and students gather to hear from speakers such as Karl Rove, Ann Coulter, Jonah Goldberg, Dennis Prager, Ken Starr, and John Stossel.