RightOnline is the digital tech conference where small-government advocates can feel right at home... Americans for Prosperity Foundation brings this signature event back to Washington, DC for the first time in years-and the programming and networking opportunities are stronger than ever. This is the only place where liberty-minded folks can interact with each other AND the best talent in the private sector!
Top experts from Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and more will be on hand to help attendees discover how the latest digital trends will shape our advocacy efforts. Several of these industry leaders will deliver dynamic, TED-style talks "in the round" on Saturday evening, including Microsoft Corporate VP Dan'l Lewin. RightOnline is the only place you'll find them coming together with great small-government advocates like HotAir.com's Ed Morrissey and CATO Institute's Kat Murti.
Plus, enjoy Friday keynotes from investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson and WIRED UK Editor-in-Chief David Rowan, who will share more of their experiences about the power of the digital space in the advocacy world. Then, hear from FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai - an outspoken critic of the Obama administration's internet rules. He's pulling back the curtain on government regulation online.
Even more folks like FOX News contributor Guy Benson, HotAir.com's Ed Morrissey, and CATO Institute's Kat Murti are lined up to join the fun!
It's a fantastic event on May 1 and 2 in downtown DC at the beautiful Marriott Marquis.
Rarely mentioned advantage to conferences like #ROL15: Faces on Twitter, FB, and web bylines turn into actual, fun people you've met.— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) May 2, 2015
Just had that "Spanish-speaking hotel staff comes out meet @marcorubio and shake his hand" moment.— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) May 1, 2015