RAP Editor Francesca Chambers joined Michael Koolidge, host of “The Michael Koolidge Show” earlier this week for a discussion about Google’s questionable Ceasar Chavez doodle, her recent appearance on MSNBC and Chris Matthew’s shocking comments about racism.
Red Alert Politics Editor-in-Chief Francesca Chambers went into the lion’s den on Saturday afternoon – aka MSNBC – to give the young conservative perspective on gay marriage and discuss the two gay marriage cases currently before Supreme Court during the “Brain Trust” panel.
The Conservative Political Action Conference was a whirlwind, and it was easy to miss great stories in all the chaos. But we’ve compiled a list of our best CPAC 2013 stories, so you can relive the finest moments of Red Alert‘s conference coverage. Here they are, in no particular order: 1) Romney to CPAC: “I utterly… Read Article ›
English import and gun control advocate Piers Morgan claimed during his television show Sunday night that he is in fact not part of the liberal media.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers ignited crowds at the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference as she spoke of moving conservatism forward, yet keeping their values in place.
The words “conservative think tank” elicit visions of number crunchers, policy wonks and heaps of quantitative evidence. But at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, Arthur C. Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, wanted to prove that impression of think tanks is only skin-deep.
For National Rifle Association president David Keene, the Republican Party is simply a viable vehicle upon which his movement can ride.