Commentary: George Will Knocks it Out of the Park


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 […]

CPAC Speaker Condemns CPAC


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 [...]

Conservatives: Beware of McCain Regression Syndrome


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Because McCain isn’t going gently into that good night.

Gingrich Ain’t Bluffing This Time


The Gingrich 2012 campaign will have to “clarify” a few things.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich reinforced his reputation as an attention-whore in 2008 by floating the possibility of a late entry into the presidential race. It wasn’t long after we started saying the words “President Obama” that the man Chris Farley impersonated with [...]

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Industrial Areas Foundation


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For the entire Industrial Areas Foundation profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Industrial Areas Foundation profile: Established in 1940 by Saul Alinsky, the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) is a Chicago-based community-organizing network consisting of 59 affiliate groups located in 21 U.S. states as well as Canada, the United Kingdom, and Germany. IAF’s mission is to “build organizations whose primary purpose is […]