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May 19, 2015: Join us at the Capitol Hill Club for a private dinner with Congressman Dan Burton, President and CEO Larry Beasley, Editor John Solomon, and Opinion Editor David Keene for a rare opportunity to hear Congressman Burton’s account of “The Hillary Files.” Seating is limited.

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May 13, 2015 Ed Goeas, President and CEO of the Tarrance Group joins us on a telephone briefing. The Tarrance Group, in partnership with Lake Research Partners, has produced a series of "Battleground" surveys for George Washington University since 1991. These surveys are looked to by political, journalistic, and campaign professionals for unbiased information as they have accurately portrayed the political climate through five Presidential and four mid-term election cycles.