The FAMiLY Leadership Summit in Ames, IA last Saturday featured five prospective 2016 presidential candidates and other political or cultural influencers.  Caffeinated Thoughts wanted to make the speeches available to those who would like to listen to them in full.  We were able to record most of the speeches.

Regrettably we were unable to record Iowa Governor Terry Branstad’s speech due to Shane Vander Hart who had a radio interview commitment at that time.  We also missed recording speeches by David Bosse of Citizens United, Tony Perkins from the Family Research Council, and Bob Vander Plaats from The FAMiLY Leader.  If those speeches become available elsewhere we will either link to them or embed them here.

Related: You can also read our coverage of the Summit here.

Five prospective 2016 contenders (in order of appearance):

Former U.S. Senator and 2012 Iowa Caucus winner Rick Santorum

 

Texas Governor Rick Perry

 

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)

 

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal

 

Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 Iowa Caucus winner Mike Huckabee

 

Jindal, Huckabee and Cruz also gave press avails after the Summit.

 

 

Additional speeches:

U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC)

 

Bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg

David & Jason Benham

 

Dr. Alveda King

 

Former Virginia Attorney General and Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Cuccinelli

 

Rafael Cruz, father of U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, and founder of Grace to America

Congressman Steve King (R-IA)

Iowa U.S. Senate Republican Candidate Joni Ernst (introduced by Sam Clovis)

 

Josh Duggar, executive director of Family Research Council Action

 

Doug Napier, Senior Legal Counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom

 

Brian Brown, President of the National Organization for Marriage

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