Ralph Benko

Ralph Benko, who has spent the better part of a 30-year professional career in Washington, was, among other things, invited by the U.S. Treasury Department to testify before the United States Gold Commission, under President Reagan, on the Constitutional history of American monetary policy.  He later went on to become a deputy general counsel to President Reagan’s White House in unrelated areas.  He is the expert on the Constitution, the politics and the history of our money. He is admitted to the Bar of the State of New York and professionally is a public policy advocate, writer and author of the international award-winning cult classic, The Websters’ Dictionary:  How to Use the Web to Transform the World. Currently, Mr. Benko serves as senior advisor, economics, to The American Principles Project and advisor to and editor of The Lehrman Institute’s

Charles Kadlec

Charles Kadlec was a close advisor to Congressman, then HUD Secretary Jack Kemp. During the Reagan Revolution, he spent six years as Research Director for A. B. Laffer & Associates. From there, he joined a highly regarded investment management firm in New York City and brings to this conversation more than 20 years of experience in the investment management business, including positions as equity portfolio manager, investment strategist, president of his fi rm’s retail sales and marketing subsidiary, and member of the parent fi rm’s management committee.  He also has been a journalist, is an author, and is the founder of  Community of Liberty, whose mission is to inculcate the habits and virtues of living in liberty. In addition, Mr. Kadlec is a member of the Economic Policy Advisory Board of the American Principles Project, and is an Advisor to

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