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Featured CPLI Board Member – Representative Lynne Riley

Get to know the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute Board Members, starting with Treasurer, Lynne Riley. Representative Lynne Riley began her second term in office as the House District 50 (Johns Creek) Representative in the Georgia General Assembly on January 14, 2013. In 2013, Representative Riley will serve on the House Ways and Means Committee, Natural […]

What’s more important than Conservative Principles are “Conservative Solutions”

Submitted by CPLI Board Member and Co-founder of WAVU Digital, Patrick Jones We seem to have gotten ourselves as a Party into the almost Pharisee like obsession with Conservative Principles (a.k.a. “The Law” ) without regard to how to improve and address the lives of people and the nation with active conservative policies (some Governors […]

CPLI Session Two – November 2012

Friday, November 16th 5:30PM         Check in at Marietta Conference Center Networking & Reception 6:45PM         Brief Introduction Interactive Activity for Session 2 Facilitated by Heather Breeden 7:00PM         Dinner 7:30PM         Dinner Presentation & Discussion: “Mapping the Future of Energy Policy” Presenter: Michael Whatley, Executive Vice President of the Consumer Energy Alliance (D.C. based) […]

WSJ: The Crisis of American Self-Government

Did you catch the Harvey Mansfield interview in the Wall Street Journal this past Saturday, Dec. 1st? Harvard Professor, Harvey Mansfield would make for an inspiration to our group. I am hopeful he is able to speak to the CPLI class. My comments do not derive from a GOP vs. Democrat stand, my comments are relative […]

Peach Pundit: A Plan B For Transportation

OCTOBER 10, 2012 8:30 AM by BUZZ BROCKWAY Recently I attended a Legislative Briefing sponsored by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation and the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute. The final topic of the day was transportation and what to do in the wake of the TSPLOST rejection. Kelley McCutchen offered the plan which relies on bus […]

More Clips from the Georgia Legislative Policy Forum

The Forum is a partnership initiative of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation and the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute. Several new segments have been posted on the Georgia Public Policy Foundation YouTube channel.   Rick Ogston and Gerard Robinson discuss education innovation.  Ogston is founder of Carpe Diem Schools.  Robinson is former commissioner at the Florida […]

Georgia Legislative Policy Forum Clips

The Forum is a partnership initiative of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation and the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute. Policies to Encourage Innovation in the New Economy. Moderator Craig Lesser discusses what makes innovation possible with Texas Public Policy Foundation President Brooke Rollins and other panelists. Lesser is former chairman of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation […]

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