Planning for the Next White House
I hosted a summit to develop an anti-woke policy agenda for the next conservative administration.
Over the weekend, I hosted a private summit with Manhattan Institute in Santa Monica, California, dedicated to developing an anti-woke policy agenda for the next conservative administration. We gathered the top policy experts in the country, with deep experience in White House planning, congressional budgeting, university governance, school choice policy, public opinion analysis, and civil rights enforcement.
My operating theory is that, over the past two years, we have won the debate on critical race theory, gender ideology, BLM activism, and DEI bureaucracy. Now we must move from the realm of public opinion to the realm of public policy, which means assembling the analysts, operators, lawyers, and administrators who will eventually be tasked with executing the reform agenda. As one of the summit participants reminded us: “Strategy is for amateurs. Logistics is for professionals.”
I want to share five of the key concepts this coalition is now developing: