Dan Weber Delivers Speech at Values Voter Summit 2017

Washington, DC– At the 2017 Values Voter Summit, AMAC’s founder and president Dan Weber delivered an address emphasizing the importance of conservative voices. A strong proponent of traditional values and conservative philosophy, Weber spoke about fighting runaway taxes, holding elected officials accountable, scaling back the excessive government involvement in the everyday lives of Americans, and our nation’s critical need for accountability at all levels of government.

Concerned for America’s future, Weber also spoke about the significance of religious liberty in our nation today. When he created AMAC, Weber founded his organization on Christian values, as these values had played a major role not only in his own upbringing, but in the formation of the United States as well. Weber proposes that Christian values and biblical principles must take their rightful place at the forefront of American society, rather than relegated to the cultural periphery. The public square has submitted to the forces of secularism, rather than embracing the Christian principles this nation was built upon. Weber believes that we can change this by continuing the fight for religious liberty in America—after all, the two most valuable documents in our country’s foundation are the US Constitution and the Bible.

Weber has always focused on advancing solutions rather than rhetoric, believing that conservative principles and traditional values should remain at the core of American society and are the key to rebuilding this great nation. As AMAC’s conservative philosophy and member-driven initiatives continue to gain traction in Washington, Dan Weber’s message rings loud and clear: we must continue to make conservative voices heard in America. Together, we can make a difference and redirect our nation’s future.

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