• Brigadier General Robert Spalding [Ret.]

    Brigadier General Robert Spalding [RET], former Special Assistant to the U.S. Air Force Vice Chief of Staff and former Senior Director for Strategic Planning at the National Security Council (NSC), was our guest speaker on the topic, “China and National Security in the 21st Century.”
  • Dave Hoppe

    Dave Hoppe, President of Hoppe Strategies and former Chief of Staff to Speaker Ryan, was our guest speaker on the topic, “Being in the Minority Next Term.”
  • Allie Beth Stuckey

    Allie Beth Stuckey, host of a Conservative Review Podcast, Writer and Commentator, was our guest speaker on the topic, “For Millennials, Why > What.”
  • Michael Anton

    Michael Anton, former Deputy Assistant to President Trump for Strategic Communications on the United States National Security Council (NSC), was our guest speaker on the topic, “Immigration, the Founding and the 14th Amendment.”
  • Ed Whelan

    Ed Whelan, former law clerk to Justice Scalia and the President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, was our guest speaker on the topic, “Assessing the Kavanaugh Nomination.”

Our Mission

he mission of the Conservative Opportunity Society is to be the full-spectrum, Constitutional, conservative conscience of the House that advances policies based on our country's founding principles: the Rule of Law, limited government, a strong national defense and strong family values. The Conservative Opportunity Society will continue to restore the pillars of American Exceptionalism and get back to the ideals and principles of our Founding Fathers.

Highlighted Bill

Rep. Steve King - H.R.490: The Heartbeat Protection Act of 2017 (173 Cosponsors):

  • This bill would require all physicians, before conducting an abortion, to detect the heartbeat of the unborn child. If a heartbeat is detected, the baby is protected.


Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) has chaired the Conservative Opportunity Society for over a decade. Previously, the group was first formed by Newt Gingrich and others in 1983 with the purpose to promote conservative ideas.