32nd Annual National Conservative Student Conference

Email from Orit Sklar:

Participating in Young America’s Foundation 25th Annual National Conservative Student Conference in 2003 was one of the best summer experiences I have ever had. Most importantly, it provided me with the resources and the network I needed as a college student to advance freedom at Georgia Tech.

As a Young America’s Foundation alumna, I would like to invite all college students, and graduating high school seniors, in Georgia to attend the conference August 2-7, 2010 at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Students can register by visiting http://www.yaf.org/eventdetails.aspx?id=3265 and receive a $50 discount by using the code “alumni10.”

Please contact Orit Sklar by email at [email protected], if you have any questions.


  1. apacheangel says:

    As someone who has attended this conference for the past three years I can highly recommend it. This conference is what launched me into the political realm and convinced me to become involved.

  2. BubbaRich says:

    Oooh, will Jason Mattera be there? He’s only moved upward, since he started out as a 20-year-old attacking Judy Shepard, whose son Matthew was beaten to death in Wyoming, for giving a talk at the Roger Williams campus about the murder of her son and calling on students to practice tolerance and respect. Mattera’s column accused her of “preying on students’ emotions and naivety” [sic] so that she could become “a mascot for the homosexual agenda.”

    I heard him yesterday on wingnut radio, and he’s learned to be more disgusting and crude. Is this what the Republican Party really wants from its attack dogs^H^H^H^H^H^H young people?

    • GOPGeorgia says:


      If you went to the website event page, you’ll see that Jason Mattera’s name is not mentioned. Pulling that out of left field is like us having a discussion on congress and me asking if the Dems are proud of Rep. Charles Rangle.

      I find your slam on this event to be disgusting and crude.

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