October Luncheon feat. Stephen Moore "Trumponomics"
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October Luncheon feat. Stephen Moore "Trumponomics"

Are you happy with the Trump economy and the resulting job growth? If so, you are in good company. Millions of Americans are benefiting from the policies set in place by President Trump, and we can thank Stephen Moore for devising the economic plan.

Steve is a distinguished visiting fellow in economics at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., who served as a senior economic advisor to the Trump 2016 presidential campaign. He helped write the Trump tax plan, and also worked on energy and budget issues for candidate Trump.

Steve will be a familiar face to most of our members, as he has been an economic analyst at both Fox News and CNN, where he provided daily commentary on the economy, fiscal policy, and politics. From 2005 to 2014, Moore served as the senior economics writer for the Wall Street Journal editorial page and as a member of the Journal’s editorial board.He is still a regular contributor to the Journal’s editorial page.

In his first major role on the national economic scene, from 1999-2004 Moore served as founder and president of the Club for Growth, a 25,000-member organization dedicated to helping elect free market, tax-cutting candidates to congress. In 2003-04 the Club for Growth raised nearly $22 million for Republican congressional and senate candidates, making the Club the biggest single money raiser for Republican candidates outside the party itself.

Mr. Moore is the author of six books, his latest being Trumponomics: Inside the America First Plan to Revive Our Economy. His previous books include Fueling Freedom: Exposing the Mad War on Energy, Who’s the Fairest of ThemAll? The Truth About Taxes, Income and Wealth in America, and Return to Prosperity: How America Can Regain its Economic Superpower Status. That book was a finalist for the F.A. Hayek book award for advancing economic understanding. His books also include It’s Getting Better All the Time: The 100 Greatest Trends of the Last Century, and Government: America’s Number One Growth Industry.

Steve Moore is an engaging and enlightening speaker with a passion for creating a thriving economy. Please don’tmiss out on this incredible opportunity to meet one of the people most responsible for our current spectacular economic success!

Thursday, October 24, 2019 ~ 11:30a to 1:30p ~ at the Pacific Club, 4110 MacArthur Blvd., Newport Beach 92660

MEMBERS: $40 • NON-MEMBERS: $50 ($10 late charge—space permitting)

Payment to be received by Saturday, October 19th (May sell out sooner)

RESERVATIONS ARE BY CREDIT CARD ONLINE: visit NHRW.myshopify.com or our website, NHRW.org

If you have any dietary restrictions, please notify us at the time of reservation in order to avoid additional charge at luncheon; a special salad will be provided.

You may e-mail Joy Chen with questions at contact@nhrw.org (preferred) or call (949) 320-3134

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Current Events Action
10:00 AM10:00

Current Events Action


Featuring Marc Lazo

When:   Thursday, October 10th - 10:00 - 11:30 AM

      RSVP Required by October 8th

Address will be given at the time of your RSVP! 

Email Bonnie O’Neil at boneil@me.com or call 949-645-4450

Marc Lazo is the Managing Partner of Wilson Harvey Browndorf, LLP and heads the firm’s litigation practice in Irvine, California.  An experienced trial lawyer who has tried numerous bench and jury trials and has a strong understanding of client advocacy and business law.  We’ll present action items for current issues.

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September 2019 Luncheon with speaker,  Peggy Grande, author of "The President Will See You Now: My Stories and Lessons From Ronald Reagan's Final Years"
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September 2019 Luncheon with speaker, Peggy Grande, author of "The President Will See You Now: My Stories and Lessons From Ronald Reagan's Final Years"

Ask any Republican who their favorite American president is, and odds are good the answer will be: “Ronald Reagan.” Inspired by the “Great Communicator,” Peggy Grande majored in Communications at Pepperdine University. Shortly after graduating, she became an intern for former President Reagan, ultimately landing her dream job as his personal assistant. During his first ten years post-presidency, from 1989-1999, Peggy was the liaison between President Reagan and his staff, the public, local dignitaries and world leaders. She also was his post-presidency official photographer, which gave her behind-the-scenes views of his private interactions with everyone from the general public to heads of state.

She was not only his aide; she also became his friend. Peggy has written a book detailing her life in service to one of our greatest presidents, an uplifting and moving memoir revealing his true decency. She brings Ronald Reagan to life with passages such as, “When I entered his office with a first-time visitor it was wonderful to experience him as if for the first time again and again. I remembered how it felt when he approached me, looked me in the eye, and shook my hand that first day in the lobby. This legend, who had loomed so huge in my imagination, was suddenly before me ... He was even more charming, more handsome, and more gracious than imagined. He was a man who genuinely delighted in meeting new people and had a way of making everyone feel as though they were important to him – because they were.”

As a keynote speaker, Peggy shares principles of leadership and excellence with corporations, nonprofits, C-Suites, political groups, students and executive assistants. She is a certified consultant for the Fascination Assessment, and uses it to help individuals and companies discover and articulate their highest values. She is an opinion writer for FoxNews.com and contributes on-air commentary regularly for Fox News as well. Peggy lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their four children.

The warm glow of Peggy’s memories makes her book a must-read for any fan of Ronald Reagan, and the stories she will share with us make this luncheon a great kick- off to the upcoming election season. Her book will be available for purchase at the luncheon. Please join us to hear the behind-the-scenes descriptions of his interactions with people, his honor and integrity, his unflagging faith in his fellow man, and his undying optimism. Come and be inspired! 

MEMBERS: $40  •  NON-MEMBERS: $50 

($10 late charge—space permitting

Payment to be received by Saturday, September 21st (May Sell Out Sooner) 


NHRW.myshopify.com or NHRW.org 

If you have any dietary restrictions, please notify us at the time of reservation in order to avoid additional charge at luncheon; a special salad will be provided.

You may email Joy Chen with questions at

contact@NHRW.org or call (949) 320-3134 

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