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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Bryan Preston
It's all a matter of Ann Coulter vs ? The cool blonde with the brilliant mind and unflappable mien seeks a liberal debating partner for an event that is the equivalent of New Year's Eve, Fourth of July and maybe Thanksgiving Day for conservatives. That's the Conservative Political Action Conference — CPAC — now just nine days off.
Bullet points: Well, that's one way to get the point across.
Narcotics dogs have one less job to do in the state of Washington. Now that marijuana has become legal within the borders, many law-enforcement agencies, including the Seattle Police Department and Washington State Patrol, will no longer train their drug-sniffing canines to alert handlers to marijuana.
The liberal media are "shamelessly" using President Obama's re-election to steer the Republican Party away from the conservative mindset, says a pithy new Media Research Center study on recent national news coverage. Indeed, conservatives have been painted as a moldering, deranged bunch in the last week.
Lost in the tumult of WikiLeaks press coverage is Daniel Assange, 20, the estranged son of jailed founder Julian Assange.
New forms of the Internet are playing a larger role in politics, and Democrats see both the medium and the culture associated with it as giving them a leg up in the perpetual fights of two-party politics.
"People talk about Fox's eye-candy factor, and there's no getting around the fact that many of Fox's talent are easy on the eyes. They are also sharp and in command of their air. Fox is far less predictable than either CNN or MSNBC," Mr. Preston adds.
"The leader of the semifree world picks Indiana to win it all. Sadly, Obama's bracketology will end up helping him connect with some voters," Mr. Preston adds.