VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: The Iowa National Security Action Summit

NSAS Iowa

 Des Moines, IA— On Saturday May 16th, The Center for Security Policy, in partnership with THE FAMILY LEADER Foundation and High Frontier, hosted The Iowa National Security Action Summit. The conference featured many of the most influential national security practitioners of our day addressing the current state of U.S. foreign and defense policy in an increasingly perilous world. Specifically, the event covered four key topics of interest to both our nation and the state of Iowa:

  • Border Insecurity and Illegal Immigration
  • America’s Electrical Power Grid and Threats to Critical Infrastructure
  • The Hollowing Out of The U.S. Military
  • The Threat from Iran, Shariah and The Global Jihad Movement

The following noteworthy policy experts and national leaders addressed a packed room at the Point of Grace Church in Waukee, IA, just outside of Des Moines:

 

Border and Immigration Insecurity

  • Iowa Congressman Arnold “Steve” King

  • Phyllis Schlafley, Founder, Eagle Forum

  • Ann Corcoran, Refugee Resettlement Watch

  • Rick Manning, Americans for Limited Government

  • Jan Mickelson, WHO Radio, Iowa

 

America’s Electric Power Grid and Threats to Critical Infrastructure

  • Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, Executive Director, Task Force on National and Homeland Security

  • Ambassador Henry (Hank) F. Cooper, Chairman, High Frontier

  • Iowa State Representative Zach Nunn

  • Dr. Benjamin Solomon “Ben” Carson, Sr.

America’s Military in Decline

  • Admiral James “Ace” Lyons (U.S. Navy, Ret.)

  • Peter Huessy, President, GeoStrategic Analysis

  • Dan Goure, Vice President, Lexington Institute

  • Colonel (Ret.) Al Ringgenberg

  • Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal

 

Shariah, the Global Jihad Movement, and the Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Frank Gaffney, President, Center for Security Policy

  • Donald Trump

  • Senator Ted Cruz

  • Bob Vanderplaats, President, The FAMiLY Leader Foundation

    • Senator Rick Santorum

The Iowa National Security Action Summit was designed to ensure that our national security receives the attention it requires from elected officials and their constituents, alike – both at the federal level, AND the state level. The Center has executed these events before at both the national level and the state level in the past, and will continue to conduct them in the future.

 

NSAS South Carolina

Prior to the Iowa summit, The Center conducted a National Security Action Summit in South Carolina on 14 March and drew hundreds of participants, lots of media coverage, and an impactful group of national security leaders. Footage from that summit can be found at this link:   http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/south-carolina-national-security-action-summit/

 

Coming Soon!! – NSAS New Hampshire

 

The Center’s NEXT National Security Action Summit will be hosted in New Hampshire in July 2015 at the SERESC (Southeastern Regional Education Service Center) at 29 Commerce Dr, Bedford, NH 03110, in the suburbs of Manchester just minutes from the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.

Many of the same experts and leaders who have spoken at our previous events will be invited, as well as new and additional speakers both locally – from New Hampshire, and from across the nation.

Media Event Details:

TOPIC:                             The New Hampshire National Security Action Summit

DATE:                               25 July, 2015

TIME:                                9:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST

LOCATION:                     SERESC

29 Commerce Dr, Bedford, NH 03110

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