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Why wouldn't they support the right of gays to marry? Why wouldn't they support the legalization of marijuana? Why wouldn't they support a woman's right to an abortion? The Republican Party's problem isn't their ability to message; their problem is their message itself.
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Well, CPAC has come and by now, gone. Time to patch things up, maybe, with the famously snubbed Chris Christie? Well, he
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Steven Crowder, a Fox News contributor who hosted part of Saturday's activities at the 2013 Conservative Political Action
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Click here for more on Cruz's CPAC speech. On the last day of the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference, Sen. Ted
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"My question to you is, where were the Democrats [during the filibuster]?" Cruz said. "We saw every single Republican in
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Below, a liveblog of the latest updates from CPAC: Paul topped the list and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) came in second, according
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"The keynote speaker at the Democrat National Convention this year was forcible rapist, Bill Clinton," Coulter said. Christie
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David Keene, president of the National Rifle Association, addressed the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference on
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"The Republican party has been left for dead many times and always seems to come back," Keene said. While touting the strength
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Salon reports Geller snapped at Taitz after she asked multiple questions about President Barack Obama's birth certificate
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In a way, Love gave a small-ball version of former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's own speech to the CPAC crowds
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Below, a liveblog of the latest updates from CPAC: The three-day Conservative Political Action Conference brought about some
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"This is a terrible problem," she said. "We now have about 48 percent of American people who are dependent in whole or in
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Critics of her position, she said, in one last irony, should "buck up" and run for office themselves. At any rate, Palin
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Art Linares, a 24-year-old Republican state senator from Connecticut, addressed the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference
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One of those, potentially, could be a run for president, he hinted. "It's not brain surgery," the neurosurgeon said. Still
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"Barack Obama promsied the most transparent administration ever," Palin said. "Barack Obama, you lie." That wasn't Palin's
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From there, Bachmann launched into outrage over the attacks on the consulate in Benghazi. "A war was raging in Benghazi for
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Former Rep. Artur Davis (R-Ala.) addressed the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, touting the accomplishments
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Gingrich closed by reaffirming his anti-abortion beliefs, and expressed his excitement for the way newly elected Pope Francis