ACTCON Conference To Be Held September 6-7 In Washington, D.C.

ACTCON Conference To Be Held September 6-7 In Washington, D.C.

The 2016 ACTCON conference sponsored by ACT For America will be held in Washington, D.C. on September 6-7. ACT For America is the largest grassroots national security organization in the U.S. with 300,000 members and over 1,000 chapters nationwide.

Speakers at this year’s event will include:

Brigitte Gabriel- National Security Expert, President and Founder of ACT For America

Lt. General Michael T. Flynn- Former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency

Erick Stakelbeck- Correspondent, host, author and terrorism analyst

Mariam Ibraheem- Sudanese Religious Freedom Activist and public speaker

Stephen Coughlin- Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Intelligence Analyst

Pastor Jack Hibbs- Founder and Senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel, Chino Hills, CA

Pete Hoekstra- Shillman Senior Fellow with the Investigative Project on Terrorism

Raheel Raza- Public speaker, journalist, author

Phil Haney- Former Department of Homeland Security Officer

Rabbi Jon Hausman- American Conservative Rabbi

Miranda Mason- Student Activist and Founder of Fiercely Patriotic

ACT For America deals with the following issues: “Confronting Terrorism, Preserving the Constitution, Border Security, Energy Independence, Empowering Women, Support for Israel, Preserving American Culture and Education,” according to the organization's website.

"ACT For America's mission is clear: Political correctness and cowardice has no place in America. America is a nation built on bravery, on freedom and on justice. We proudly stand strong on our Judeo-Christian foundation..," according to a statement on the website. "This year, Americans will be going to the polls to elect a new Commander-in-Chief. The stakes are tremendously high at a time when the security of our nation is at risk more than it's ever been."

 

 

 

 

 

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