Strategic Consultant, Citizens for Sanity
Deputy Director of the Edwin Meese III Center at The Heritage Foundation
Friday, September 16
2:00 p.m. ET
With a crime crisis raging across the country, many Americans are wondering how public safety has declined so rapidly. One of the greatest contributions to this problem is the soft-on-crime policies of rogue prosecutors. In light of this, join RNLA this Friday for a webinar discussing the importance of prosecutor elections.
Ian Prior is Strategic Consultant to Citizens for Sanity. He also is Senior Advisor at America First Legal and Executive Director of Fightforschools.com. Prior previously served as a senior official in the Trump Department of Justice.
Charles “Cully” Stimson is a widely recognized policy expert in crime control, national security, immigration, homeland security, and drug policy at The Heritage Foundation. Stimson is deputy director of the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, manager of the National Security Law Program, senior legal fellow, and senior advisor to the president. He has also served as the Chief of Staff at Heritage three times and ran the transition for three Heritage presidential changes of command.
Stimson writes, lectures, and testifies on a wide array of policy issues such as the law of armed conflict, terrorist detainee policy, military commissions, criminal law and the death penalty, immigration and the war on drugs.
This is a Zoom video webinar. Registration is required. All participants must be RNLA members.
There will also be an option to dial in on your phone and listen to the audio.
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The RNLA seeks to promote open, fair and honest elections at all levels of American society in a non-discriminatory manner and to provide access to the polls to all qualified and eligible voters.