Join Glenn Beck, Andrew Breitbart, John Ransom, Jack Bouroudjian at TeaCon 2011

John Ransom
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Posted: Sep 23, 2011 12:01 AM

Turmoil or Opportunity? The Economy in 2012 and Beyond

With the stock market seemingly in a constant state of flux, and with an uncertain election year around the corner, find out what to look for in the year to come and what effect Obama’s economic policies will have in the short and long terms.

 Presented by: John Ransom, Finance Editor of Townhall.com

Panel:

Jack Bouroudjian, CEO of Index Futures Group

Charles Butler, host of AM 560’s “Think About it This Way”

Ty Andross, founder of TraderView

Plus join us for:

                 

   

On Friday, September 30, and Saturday, October 1; 
AM 560 WIND and ChampionNews.net are proud to bring together Tea Party activists, conservatives, and like-minded citizens from around the Midwest for a unique event that will seek to educate, inspire, and activate. We’re calling it TeaCon2011, and we’ll be partnering with Tea Party groups from Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, and Missouri to equip and motivate activists and voters for the upcoming election season. 
  
TeaCon 2011 will be held at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center and will kick-off Friday evening with a welcome reception.  Saturday will feature a breakfast general session, followed by three hours of break-out sessions, focused on specific topics and issues, to train and educate attendees.

 

There will then be a lunch general session, followed by our Presidential candidates forum. We are inviting all of the declared GOP presidential candidates to appear in 20-minute increments with our moderator to answer questions and talk about their respective campaigns. At the conclusion, we’ll be conducting a straw poll.
 
The event will be capped off by a special dinner, with featured speaker, Glenn Beck. At the dinner, we’ll be announcing the results of our straw poll, and Glenn will address the attendees.  Glenn will offer up his vision for how they should approach the 2012 election cycle.