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By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Kate Edwards
The CPAC crowd reaffirmed its heroes with gusto: God, Ronald Reagan, the late Andrew Breitbart, Barry Goldwater, the Founding Fathers, William F. Buckley Jr., Sen. Rand Paul and a new entry to the traditional roster — the young.
"The most important thing any campaign needs to remember is this: If younger people think a politician actually cares about them, really cares about them, then that politician's got their vote. It's that simple," Miss Edwards said.
"You should see the Reagan Ranch in California" Miss Edwards told them."