Can you believe the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference – held by a group of white, elitist, stuffy old men – was infiltrated by blacks, homosexuals, Hispanics, Asians and atheists? Oh, my. What is this world coming to?
What’s really crazy is that so many on the left wrote lies...
As I’m reading what the liberal media have to say about the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), apparently I was not only at a different event, but I was also in an alternate universe.
You can find article after article ridiculing CPAC and the various speakers such as Rick Perry,...
Sounds great, but the invitation and $1.75 will get you a cup of coffee at Winchell’s donuts. For the second year in a row, I have been asked to broadcast live from CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, in Washington, D.C.
Those of you who thought conservatism in this country was dead,...
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