Palin and an adoring audience chanted “USA, USA” at a couple occupiers trying to mic-check her big keynote speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. This crowd loves her.
Locks up conservative activist vote.
Tim Pool and Luke Rudkowski, stars in Occupy world, have full media credentials at the big annual conservative conference. These guys will let anyone in.
Romney surrogate says “it’s silly” to criticize his being on a panel with Vandervoort. Chairman of American Conservative Union doesn’t renounce Brimelow.
Martyr or madman? Or both?
The right-wing blog mogul tells Tea Partiers to give him a chance. “I don’t have a purity test,” he says.
Andrew Breitbart really lost it Friday night on Occupiers protesting outside the Conservative Political Action Conference.
A group called ProEnglish tweeted that its director, who used to be involved with white nationalism, had dinner with Rick.
With campaign on the ropes, Newt doesn’t fire up the base.
Newt’s would-be first lady introduced him at CPAC—and the reviews were brutal.
Fred Karger, openly gay minor presidential candidate, has filed a discrimination complaint against the American Conservative Union for not allowing him a booth at their annual conference. His complaint is likely to go into mediation, the last step before litigation.
The shaken frontrunner isn’t thinking about the general election anymore. He’s “severely conservative,” and he’s not afraid to say it!
Talks up record on social issues at CPAC.
“Be good conservatives and get back inside.”
Crowds pack the halls to see Santorum speak at CPAC, and he zones in on Romney and Obama. At least for this weekend among fellow social conservatives, he’s a contender.
The dithering over whether Tea Party supporters will vote Romney doesn’t hold up. When faced with Romney vs. Obama, activists say they only have one choice.
Senator Rand Paul’s big speech at CPAC gave all the explanation needed for why his father didn’t show up.
The Congressman is a fan. “I’ve read all your books!”
They exist and they are endorsing Joe the Plumber.
Peter Brimelow, whose organization is designated as a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center, is set to appear at CPAC this week. In a statement, the American Conservative Union says little.
The campaign says it’s a schedule conflict. For Paulites, it’s a massive scheme by the Republican establishment to keep the Doctor out.
Karger: “I am making history every day as the first openly gay candidate of a major political party to run for President of the United States.” American Conservative Union, which hosts CPAC, says they will review.
“Political Correctness and the Wussification of America,” anyone?
Fred Karger says they’re ignoring his request for a booth. Another gay fight at CPAC!