South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson talked with Department of Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette about the Trump Administration’s energy policy successes.

Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry discuss the role that state AGs played during the COVID-19 pandemic. From consumer protection to defending the separation of powers and Constitution, state AGs have been a dynamic force throughout the pandemic.

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge and West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey talked with Former U.S. Senator and Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange and Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi about the evolving role of state attorneys general over the last two decades, specifically the role they played during the Obama Administration as the last line of defense against federal overreach, and how this role will be reprised in light of the incoming Biden Administration.

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, and Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr discussed the future of the judiciary, including the judicial nomination process, court packing, President Trump’s impact on the federal judiciary, and the importance of the Senate.

Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota provided an overview of how her state has successfully dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic, while also preserving freedom and preventing government overreach.

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson was joined by Department of Homeland Security Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli in a discussion on different federal and state law enforcement perspectives and responses to the violence and civil unrest that has swept the country.

U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos provided remarks on the DOE’s recent actions and joined Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge for a fireside chat about the future of education policy.

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall, Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch, and Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr discussed efforts by Republican attorneys general to create a more predictable business and regulatory climate in the states during COVID, with an emphasis on the need for civil liability protections amid the pandemic.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt was joined by former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney to discuss what’s at stake in 2020, including the reimplementation of regulation reforms that President Trump has successfully removed.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was joined by Pennsylvania and Indiana Attorney General Candidates, Heather Heidelbaugh and Todd Rokita, to discuss efforts to undermine election law, both historically and during the recent COVID-19 pandemic.