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By John R. Bolton
Topic - Whitney Neal
"This is not a weekend of preaching to the choir. We are excited to have a candid conversation about the future of the freedom movement from the perspectives of young grass-roots leaders who fall on all different parts of the conservative political spectrum. It should be an interesting weekend," Ms. Neal adds.
Once the young GOP-sters are done with their discussions and training, they head home "to start growing the movement at a local level," says Whitney Neal, campaign chairwoman for the grass-roots group founded by Dick Armey almost three decades ago, back when today's geezers were young themselves.