September 28, 2013
Published: September 28, 2013
St. Charles, MO – Today, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback addressed an enthusiastic crowd of conservatives gathered for ACU’s fourth regional Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC ) in St. Louis, MO. Introduced by Charlie Kirk, Founder and Executive Director, Turning Point USA, Brownback addressed an energized room of attendees on the successes of conservative principles in Kansas.
Photo Credit: Eric Draper Photography
“We don’t need to become Europe, we just need to be America again.”
When addressing lowering taxes in Kansas, Brownback added,“When you let people keep a bit more of their hard earned money, they work harder.”
Brownback’s full remarks are available via YouTube here.
Please note that the schedule is available on our CPAC St. Louis website under “Program.”
Founded in 1964, the American Conservative Union (ACU) is the oldest and largest grassroots conservative organization in the nation. For almost fifty years, ACU has served as an umbrella organization harnessing the collective strength of conservative organizations fighting for Americans who are concerned with liberty, personal responsibility, traditional values, and strong national defense. ACU defines conservatism, grows conservatism, and wins for conservatism.
The Daily Caller by: Larry Hart
When it comes to matters of public policy, you could not pick two elected officials with more
ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp appeared on CNN on 7/27/15.
Have you been following the Planned Parenthood scandal?
All of us here at the American Conservative Union (ACU) feel disgusted and
ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp appeared on MSNBC on 7/24/15.
CPAC 2016 will be March 2nd – 5th, 2016 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. Sign up for the latest updates
The Iran Nuclear Deal: What Can We Expect?
This summer, President Obama and Secretary Kerry seek to establish a nuclear
Written By: Spencer Brown
In a speech on voting rights in Houston, Texas, Thursday afternoon, democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton outlined three groups of disenfranchised