Strobl to Speak at CPAC 2018

Grosse Pointe Shores Resident to Speak at CPAC 2018

Strobl Joins Impressive Speaker List at Preeminent Conservative Conference

Grosse Pointe Shores, MI [Immediate Release]: Grant Strobl, Grosse Pointe Shores, will speak at the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Sponsored by the American Conservative Union, CPAC is the most recognized annual conference for conservative political activists. Learn more here


CPAC 2018 will be from February 21-24, 2018 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, 201 Waterfront Street, National Harbor, MD 20745. Learn more here


Announced speakers at CPAC 2018 include President Donald J. Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, radio personality Mark Levin, commentator Ben Shapiro, Governor Matt Bevin (KY), Nigel Farage (leader of the Brexit movement), radio personality Dana Loesch, TV & radio personality Sean Hannity, and Senator Ted Cruz (TX).


Strobl serves as National Chairman of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) and is a frequent spokesman concerning the topic of free speech on campuses across the country. Learn more here

“CPAC is a tremendous platform for me to bring attention to the continuing issue of attacks on conservative speakers and programs on campuses across the country,” said Strobl. “We see time and again that free speech is restricted by university administrators. Often, administrators encourage or do nothing to prevent violent protesters and hecklers who effectively veto conservative speech. That is not free speech.”

He will speak at a session titled “How College Campuses are Turning into Reeducation Camps” at 2:40 p.m. on Thursday, February 22, 2018. The session will be held in the Potomac Ballroom, and will be livestreamed on CPAC and various social media outlets.

Learn more about Strobl’s position about free speech here

Strobl has written frequently about free speech on college campuses and his opinions have been reported in numerous media outlets.  His column about targeting conservatives is here in Real Clear Politics His column about the tripling of campus disruptions since Trump’s election is here in the Independent Journal Review


“Universities should be forced to remove disruptors who unduly interfere with events held by student groups, regardless of speakers’ viewpoints” said Strobl. “When the radicals break the law, they should face the consequences.”


Strobl, attends the University of Michigan where he majors in International Studies and Political Science, with a minor in German. He is expected to graduate with the class of 2018 and then enter law school at the University of Notre Dame.


He is also on Red Alert Politics prestigious “30 Under 30” list . Red Alert Politics reaches a monthly audience of a half million millennials. Strobl is also on Newsmax’ “30 under 30” list of influential young Republicans. Learn more about the list here  He is also a two time elected member of the 14th District Republican Congressional Executive Committee.


“Grant is using his YAF leadership position to bring attention to the critical issue of campus free speech,” said Janine Kateff, 14th District Chairwoman. “He continues to well represent his generation of campus conservatives. Our entire 14th District Executive Committee is proud that Grant is using a national platform like CPAC to inform leaders about the important issue of campus free speech.”