Troubling developments at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
How interesting that the same “reporter,” Kelley Beaucar Vlahos, who filed this biased and shoddy FoxNews report about my FDI event last Friday at CPAC has now written two broadsides against the event, both at antisemitic paleocon sites: Antiwar.com and The American Conservative. The three pieces are similar — Kelley Beaucar Vlahos knows how to [...]
A few hours before Glenn Beck brought the house down Saturday at the 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)*, conservative Internet entrepreneur Andrew Breitbart gave the clownish left-wing performance artist Max Blumenthal a much deserved dressing down in public.
Adding to David Swindle’s insightful observations, I witnessed the verbal sparring in person in the lobby of Washington, D.C.’s Marriott [...]
by Peter Wehner The Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) gathering this weekend included some odd moments, some odd speakers, and some odd outcomes. But it also included some fine moments and impressive speeches — especially one fantastic address by columnist George Will. In his remarks, Will laid out the fundamental difference between conservatism and modern-day […]
The final day of CPAC 2010 (Saturday 2-20) did not disappoint. An array of conservative heavy-hitters, panel discussions and film offerings kept things interesting and conference attendees engaged. The exchange of ideas and the inherently intellectual exercise that is conservatism was fully in evidence.
Things got off to a rousing start with a short but passionate [...]
During remarks to CPAC, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Ranking Member Darrell Issa (R-CA) released a video showing the close alliance between President Barack Obama and the radical leftist community organizing group ACORN.
When confronted about his relationship with ACORN during his Presidential campaign Obama stated,
“Well, first of all my relationship with ACORN is [...]
Among the overwhelming exuberance and numerous standing ovations accorded to conservative speakers at this week’s Conservative Political Action Committee gathering in D.C., there remained one hold-out.
Ryan Sorba, representing Young Americans For Freedom in California, was roundly booed from the minute he stepped up to the podium. And no wonder - Ryan started [...]
CPAC’s kickoff speaker this morning is Marco Rubio, who is running for the Senate from the state of Florida and is a rapidly rising star in the Republican Party, here is some of what he had to say:
“We will do whatever it takes, for as long as it takes to defeat radical Islam. We will [...]