Liz Cheney wowed the Conservative Political Action Conference crowd on Thursday when she introduced her father as a surprise guest to CPAC attendees. According to American Conservative Union's (ACU), the organization that hosts the event, David Keene very few people knew that the former Vice President would speak today.
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Sen. Scott Brown (R - MA) introduced Former Massachusetts Governor (R) Mitt Romney today at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
The Cheneys deployed a tag team strategy today at CPAC when Liz Cheney introduced her father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, to the surprise of attendees. Check out the videos below of both father and daughter taking shots at the Obama administration's poor handling of the war on terror.
New York's Doug Hoffman is visiting fellow conservatives in Washington, D.C., this week at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and told The Washington Times he will be announcing his candidacy to run for Congress in New York's 23rd district in 2010 in the coming weeks.
The Conservative Political Action Conference faced criticism for allowing the controversial group known as the John Birch Society to become a co-sponsor this year. JBS was denounced by conservative conservative icon William F. Buckley and has been called racist as well as anti-Semitic. The group, however, strongly disagrees.
As conservative activists land in Washington, D.C. to gather at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, leaders of the conservative movement are meeting at the Collingwood Library in Alexandria, Virginia today at 2:30 PM to publicly unveil become known as the Mount Vernon Statement. This updated conservative doctrine is similar to the 1960 Sharon Statement which was created by movement leaders fifty years ago and signed at William F. Buckley's home in Connecticut.
Hosted by the American Conservative Union Foundation (ACU), the annual three-day Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) gears up on Thursday at Washington, D.C.'s, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. Organizers do not seem concerned whatsoever about turnout this week. Last year’s CPAC brought forth reportedly 9,000 attendees from all over the country, which was a record number for the yearly event, and CPAC staffers are expecting more this year.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: ‘Kennedys’ miniseries ignites a storm, Bidenism, and O's Bayh-way to hell, Analysis shows Amy Bishop should've been arrested, charged in 1986, Bayh: DC is 'brain-dead'.
GOP superstar Sarah Palin may be popular but, if she aspires to the presidency, she needs to do her homework.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: al Qaeda studied airline security prior to bomb design, Bidenism, and O's Bayh-way to hell.
In the midst of heavy snow fall all over the United States and a recent admission from global warming advocate Phil Jones that there has been no warming since 1995, former Vice President Al Gore is sticking to his guns. In a February 12 statement, he writes on his website about the "unfolding climate crisis."
Democrat Senator from Indiana Evan Bayh is announcing his retirement from the U.S. Senate today which leaves his party scrambling for a new candidate to run in the centrist's seat.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Did The Family Guy really just make fun of Trig Palin?, Dem candidate says 'whites don't want to work in factories', and Barack Obama statue removed from Jakarta park.
A fresh new card game called Obama Nation from the seller Twisted Entertainment has hit the online marketplace. Obama Nation, described as a cross between Go Fish and Old Maid, calls itself the "trillion dollar bailout" game.
On ABC's "This Week" on Sunday, former Vice President Dick Cheney discussed his thoughts with host Jonathan Karl about the Obama administration's handling of terror suspects and the war in Iraq. He was also asked whether or not the military policy commonly known as "don't ask, don't tell," which keeps homosexual members in the military from serving openly, should be repealed.