RightOnline 2011 main session, panel video

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Video of the main session speeches and the policy track panels for RightOnline 2011 have now been posted.

Available videos include:

  • Opening general session: Congressman Marsha Blackburn (TN), Congressman John Kline (MN), Ann McElhinney of Not Evil Just Wrong, Melissa Clouthier @MelissaTweets, John Hinderaker of PowerLineBlog.com
  • Grassroots Awards Dinner: Andrew Breitbart of BigGovernment.com, John Fund of the Wall Street Journal, Tim Phillips of Americans for Prosperity Foundation, Tracy Henke of Americans for Prosperity Foundation, and Erik Telford of Americans for Prosperity Foundation.
  • Saturday general session: Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (MN), Congressman Tim Huelskamp (KS), Michelle Malkin, Commentator Jason Lewis, John Fund of The Wall Street Journal, Author and Conservative Commentator S.E. Cupp, Ed Morrissey of HotAir.com, Erick Erickson of RedState.com, Guy Benson of Townhall.com
  • Special session with former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty
  • Closing Session With Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli, Michigan Congressman Thad McCotter, and Herman Cain from AFPhq on Vimeo.

Many of the speeches are available as individual videos.

The public policy panel discussions available for viewing:

  • Cutting Red Tape: Reining in Out-of-Control Regulators

  • Healthcare: Obamacare vs. Patient Freedom

  • Job Creation: Standing Up To Obama's Union Thugs

  • Tax Reform: A Return to Economic Growth

  • Internet Freedom: Washington's Internet Takeover

  • Extreme Power Abuse: Global Warming & Energy Regulation

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