Category Archives: Speeches/Lectures

An Evening with Presidential Speechwriters of Days Gone By | Ricochet.com | 05.28.13

You may or may not have heard of the Judson Welliver Society.  It was the creation of William Safire, the now-departed columnist for The New York Times and before that a speechwriter for President Richard Nixon.  Periodically it brings together former presidential speechwriters from all prior administrations with living speechwriters.  Peter has asked me to report on […]
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Address to “The 20th Anniversary of the Liberated and Reunited Europe” Conference | Timbro & Institute for Information on the Crimes of Communism, Stockholm, Sweden | 9.18.09

I am honored to speak at this conference sponsored by Timbro, one of the major free market think tanks of Scandinavia and Europe… and by the Institute for Information on the Crimes of Communism, which is undertaking with the clarity and force of truth the essential task of insisting on memory of the injustice, misery, […]
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Remarks at “The Catholic Bill Buckley” Conference | Portsmouth Institute, Portsmouth Abbey School, Portsmouth, RI | 06.20.09

At this conference we have talked about Bill Buckley as a man of faith, a man of letters, a man of creativity.  That creativity included founding National Review magazine, becoming the central figure in a new kind of debate television with Firing Line, authoring thousands of columns and articles, dozens of books, founding the New […]
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Video: Clark Judge On The State of the Union Address | Miller Center, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA | 06.20.08

On June 20 2008, the Presidential Oral History Program at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center of Public Affairs hosted a White House Speechwriters Symposium, bringing together speechwriters from the Nixon through Clinton administrations to discuss White House communications and crafting a presidential message. Clark Judge participated on a panel discussing the State of the […]
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Debate Remarks on Proposition: “This House Believes That Despite Its Flaws Neo-Liberal Globalization Is A Good Thing” | University Philosophical Society, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland | 11.11.04

Mr. Chairman, Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen of the University Philosophical Society, Ladies and Gentlemen: I don’t know how many of you have actually seen the letter that the Society sends to prospective speakers. It’s more of a summons than an invitation: “World’s oldest debating society”… “Founded: 1684″… “Previous speakers: Alexis de Tocqueville and Winston […]
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“Learnings from Political Persuasion” Symposium | Yaffe Center for Persuasive Communication, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI | 11.30.01

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“The Globalization of Public Opinion” | Institute of Economic Affairs, London, United Kingdom | 06.14.00

BACKGROUND: On 14 June 2000, the Institute of Economic Affairs in London hosted an evening of dinner and discussion with the White House Writers Group. In attendance were members of Parliament, journalists and business representatives. Peter Robinson, Daniel Casse, Mark Davis and Clark Judge represented the Group. The president of the San Francisco-based Pacific Research […]
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