Save this content for laterSave this content on your device for later, even while offline Sign in with FacebookSign in with your Facebook account Close

AROUND TOWN: The Weekly Standard brings top conservative figures to Broadmoor

May 13, 2013 Updated: May 13, 2013 at 12:54 pm
0
photo - 051213 conservatives 050213 Photo by Linda Navarro
Visiting at Cheyenne Lodge on the first evening of The Weekly Standard Broadmoor Symposium: from left, Ryan McKibben. president and CEO, Clarity Media Group, Inc., and his wife, Mary Beth, with Rick Berman, Center for Consumer Freedom, Washington, DC.
051213 conservatives 050213 Photo by Linda Navarro Visiting at Cheyenne Lodge on the first evening of The Weekly Standard Broadmoor Symposium: from left, Ryan McKibben. president and CEO, Clarity Media Group, Inc., and his wife, Mary Beth, with Rick Berman, Center for Consumer Freedom, Washington, DC. 

The mountains served as the backdrop for a weekend of conservative interaction and thought-provoking discussions as the first Weekly Standard Broadmoor Symposium came to the resort May 3-5, drawing participants from across the country.



Kicking it off was a shotgun-start golf tournament on the resort’s West Course and a barbecue dinner at Cheyenne Lodge atop Cheyenne Mountain where the Flying W Wranglers entertained.

Among the top names participating was columnist Charles Krauthammer. (See Gazette Editorial Page Editor Wayne Laugesen’s Q&A with him: http://tinyurl.com/cyhb27d.)
Others included Bill Kristol, Fred Barnes and Michael Barone.

Comment Policy
Register to the Colorado Springs Gazette
Register to the Colorado Springs Gazette
Subscribe to the Colorado Springs Gazette

It appears that you value local journalism. Thank you.

Subscribe today for unlimited digital access with 50% fewer ads for a faster browsing experience.

Already a Subscriber? LOGIN HERE

Subscribe to the Colorado Springs Gazette

It appears that you value local journalism. Thank you.

Subscribe today for unlimited digital access with 50% fewer ads for a faster browsing experience.

Subscribe to the Colorado Springs Gazette

Some news is free.
Exceptional journalism takes time, effort and your support.

Already a Subscriber? LOGIN HERE

articles remaining
×
Thank you for your interest in local journalism.
Gain unlimited access, 50% fewer ads and a faster browsing experience.