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“When we have chemical attacks by Assad supported by Russia and Iran, there are serious things that could happen.”

By on May 18, 2018 in Featured News, News
“When we have chemical attacks by Assad supported by Russia and Iran, there are serious things that could happen.”

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks appeared before a meeting of The Ripon Society to discuss the effort she is spearheading to make sure the U.S. is prepared for pandemic threats.

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Cal Ripken, Jr. Headlines Ripon Society’s 8th Annual Symposium on Leadership at Mount Vernon

By on May 15, 2018 in Featured News, News
Cal Ripken, Jr. Headlines Ripon Society’s 8th Annual Symposium on Leadership at Mount Vernon

WASHINGTON, DC — The Ripon Society held its Annual Senior Staff Symposium on Leadership at Mount Vernon, a daylong event that drew over 100 top congressional aides to the historic estate of America’s first President.

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Comstock & Daly Discuss the Importance of the Arts in America

By on May 11, 2018 in Featured News, News
Comstock & Daly Discuss the Importance of the Arts in America

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock, actor Tim Daly & 11 members of the Creative Coalition spoke to The Ripon Society about the importance of the arts in America and role of the federal government in that regard.

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“We are focused on making sure that the least among us — the people who are slipping through the cracks — get the opportunity they need.”

By on May 10, 2018 in Featured News, News
“We are focused on making sure that the least among us — the people who are slipping through the cracks — get the opportunity they need.”

WASHINGTON, DC – Speaker of the House Paul Ryan appeared before a breakfast meeting of The Ripon Society to lay out the top priorities for Congress between now and the end of the year.

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“As long as we stay on offense, we stay in the majority.”

By on April 30, 2018 in Featured News, News
“As long as we stay on offense, we stay in the majority.”

WASHINGTON, DC – In remarks before a lunch meeting of The Ripon Society, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy painted a realistic — but optimistic — picture of GOP prospects heading into the mid-terms this fall.

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“A HAND UP, NOT A HANDOUT”

By on April 25, 2018 in Featured News, News
“A HAND UP, NOT A HANDOUT”

WASHINGTON, DC — As Republicans look for ways to lift people out of poverty 22 years after welfare reform was approved, The Ripon Forum looks at a proposal authored by Sen. Tim Scott that would help achieve that goal.

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“Americans are business people or they work for businesses, and they care about results.”

By on April 20, 2018 in Featured News, News
“Americans are business people or they work for businesses, and they care about results.”

WASHINGTON, DC – House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows spoke to The Ripon Society about his group’s approach to governing, and the need for Republicans to be “action-oriented” heading into the mid-terms later this year.

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“People should be treated as an asset to be realized, not a liability to be written off.”

By on April 11, 2018 in Featured News, News
“People should be treated as an asset to be realized, not a liability to be written off.”

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Sen. Todd Young appeared spoke to The Ripon Society about his ‘Fair Shot Agenda,’ an effort he recently launched to help those on the lowest rungs of the economic ladder

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2018 Theodore Roosevelt Leadership Awards Presented to Cole, Denham, Dent, Walorski & Royce

By on April 10, 2018 in Featured News, News
2018 Theodore Roosevelt Leadership Awards Presented to Cole, Denham, Dent, Walorski & Royce

WASHINGTON, DC – At a dinner at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, The Ripon Society honored five members of Congress with the 2018 Theodore Roosevelt Leadership Award.

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“Shake off the headlines, shake off the negativity, and do something.”

By on March 23, 2018 in Featured News, News
“Shake off the headlines, shake off the negativity, and do something.”

WASHINGTON, DC – GOP Conference Vice Chair Doug Collins spoke to The Ripon Society about the political environment and the need for Republicans to embrace a positive message heading into the mid-term elections later this year.

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