Former Mass. Governor Mitt Romney spoke tonight at the Summit. Check out the pictures below:
The Family Research Council is holding it’s annual Value Voters Summit at the Washington Hilton in DC this weekend. I was able to catch some of today’s speakers including Lou Dobbs, Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele, Congresswomen Michele Bachmann (R-MN) and Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), as well as former Washington Redskins Coach Joe Gibbs. Numerous other speakers are lined up throughout the day and I’ll be catching Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney when he speaks tonight around 7pm.
The Summit has more speakers lined up throughout weekend along with workshops and an exhibition hall dedicated to pro-family and conservative groups such as Americans for Tax Reform and Pro-Life Americans. They also have some satirical vendors selling items such as “Obama Waffles”.
I’ve included some pictures from today and I’ll update later with more from Romney’s speech. Check out the Valued Voters Summit Website here.
About 500 CUA students gathered on the front lawn of the Pryzbyla Center to honor the lives lost 7 years ago on 9/11/2001.
“After year 5, I thought interest would fade, obviously it didn’t. When we didn’t plan anything that year, they did it themselves, in the back of Spellman Hall on the Rugby practice field,. There is always a significant crowd.” — Rev. Bob Schlageter (Read More).
“‘It’s a day we try not to remember, but it’s a day we will never forget,’ said Joe St. George, chairman of the College Democrats.” — From The Tower Newspaper at CUA.
From CUA Athletics:
“WASHINGTON- The Catholic University of America’s men’s soccer team defeated Shenandoah Thursday afternoon by a score of 2-1, improving their record to 4-1 on the year. Junior Matt Brady (Woodbridge, Va./Potomac) tallied his third goal and second assist of the season, while teammate Brian Pappas (Yorktown Heights, N.Y./Yorktown) added his first goal on the year…” Read the full story here.
Pictures from the Opening Mass of Catholic University’s 2008-2009 School Year have been posted, you can view them here.