Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s name surfaced repeatedly over the course of the weekend’s National Review Institute Summit in Washington D.C., so it was only appropriate that the governor himself gave the final address on Sunday afternoon.
A quartet of conservative panelists looked at the challenges of being the minority party in a divided government during a Saturday afternoon panel at the National Review Institute Summit titled, “The Way Out of the Fiscal Mess.”
Freshman Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) challenged the Republican Party to return to championing growth and opportunity for the lower and working classes during a lunchtime address at the National Review Institute Conference Saturday afternoon.
Paul Ryan laid out his vision for the Republican Party’s next four years in a morning address to the National Review Institute Summit on the future of conservatism in America. Ryan argued that Republicans should lay out their plans with even more detail now that they are the entrenched opposition.
Roughly 500 people gathered together Friday for the first evening of National Review Institute Summit to discuss the future of conservatism in America. Charles Krauthammer, a nationally syndicated columnist and Fox News regular, discussed what Republican party’s past and future in a wide-ranging on-stage interview with current National Review editor—and onetime Krauthammer research assistant—Rich Lowry.