Conferences are important. First, they are the public faces of our movement, and they mark some of the few times that our ideas are discussed in mainstream sources. Some politicians are so fearful of this prospect that they arrest us for holding conferences.

More important, conferences are for us. They are ways for our movement to meet, network, and build a community. The Internet has been a godsend for every dissident movement around the world . . . but we can’t live on pixels alone.

So, it’s with pleasure that I announce NPI’s first conference for 2015.

On February 27, we will host an evening event in Washington, DC, at The National Press Club—“Beyond Conservatism.”

Beyond Conservatism

Friday // February 27, 2014 // 6-9 PM

The National Press Club

Washington, DC

Confirmed Speakers

Peter Brimelow

Richard Spencer

Jared Taylor

An additional speaker will be announced soon.


“Early Bird” Registration—$45

Millennial Registration—$25

Registration is now open!

Registration includes a dinner of heavy hors d’oeuvres. A cash bar will be available for the evening.

At the door, tickets will be $65; however, we are offering “Early Bird” tickets at a reduced rate of $45, for as long as they last.

As usual, we’re offering Millennial Registration, in limited number, for attendees who are 30-years-old and younger. These tickets are equivalent to full registration (that is, they include dinner) but are only $25.

The Summit Dinner

Saturday // February 28, 2014 // 7-10 PM

Washington, DC

For 2015 and beyond, we are establishing a special club called The Summit. This is for those who want to take an active role in the future of NPI, Radix, and everything we do. Members of The Summit have pledged at least $1,000 for the upcoming year.

On Saturday, February 28—the day after our event at the Press Club—we will host a private steak dinner. All of the speakers will be there, as well as other activists and writers connected with NPI. The evening will be a chance to relax, enjoy good food and drink, meet new friends, and talk about the future of our movement.

Also, 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of the death of Samuel T. Francis, one of NPI’s co-founders. We will celebrate his legacy in a couple of ways this year, including issuing an original, hitherto unknown volume written by Sam (more on that soon). And on the evening of February 28, our speakers and guests will offer their remembrances and appreciations of the great man.

To join The Summit, please donate to our Yuletide giving campaign. You will then be informed about details and registration.

Note that we offer recurring donations, on an annual, quarterly, monthly, and weekly basis. So, if you prefer, you could break up a larger donation into more management pieces.

More To Come…

And we have a lot more planned for 2015, though at the moment, we’re not ready to announce details. But we can announce you that we will host a major conference on the east coast in the early fall of 2015, just as we did in 2011 and 2013. And there will be more . . . so stay tuned.