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By Linda Navarro Updated: May 13, 2013 at 12:54 pm
By Linda Navarro Updated: May 13, 2013 at 12:54 pm • Published: May 13, 2013

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...

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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.

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