2014 cpac

Palin, March 8: This is the guy who promised to provide for the sick, but there are more uninsured today than when Obama
See the tweet and photos below: Read Dave Weigel's story on the party at Slate. Rep. Steve Stockman (R-Texas) seemed to have
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. -- This year's Conservative Political Action Conference was teeming with young people, many of whom
"That 'hope and change,' it went from a catchy campaign slogan to a reality, and along the way, 'hope and change,' 'yes we
I do not like this, Uncle Sam. I do not like this healthcare scam. I do not like these dirty crooks Or how they cry and cook
While the politicians gave their speeches, the real action at CPAC was happening on the convention floor below. HuffPost
"As you know, I am not a fan of political correctness," Carson told onlookers, drawing cheers. "I still believe that marriage
Coulter said only MSNBC seems to have noticed -- and celebrated -- the "browning of America." "But if you don't celebrate
He also said that liberals had misconstrued his opposition to same-sex marriage into a claim that it was like bestiality
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) urged CPAC-goers on Saturday to make the GOP a party of big ideas rather than
Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, who, like Huckabee, have run presidential campaigns fueled
"She's going to have to answer a very tough question: Did she pick up the phone and call the secretary of defense and the
When listening to the fiery rhetoric and watching the enthusiasm at both AIPAC and CPAC, it becomes apparent that both groups retain the capacity to create problems for opponents. They may be down, but they are not out.
Saturday marks day three of the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference, taking place in National Harbor, Maryland
Like clockwork, CPAC attendees yet again are posting personal ads on Craigslist looking for love while they're in town. Some
There were numerous instances when the audience erupted into cheers or thunderous applause. At times, people rose from their
A reporter asked if Huckabee was suggesting that Benghazi would be Clinton's Achilles heel. "I'm not going to speak for what
"The public is getting smarter," said Derek Cohen, who was working the Right on Crime booth. "If crime is going down, then
“If I had my way, you could give as much money to candidates as you wanted without all these superficial, phony, around the
"There’s something wrong when the government kidnaps children from their own families," Huckabee said. Former Arkansas Gov