For National Rifle Association president David Keene, the Republican Party is simply a viable vehicle upon which his movement can ride.
Red Alert Politics’ editor Francesca Chambers, who was a featured speaker at CPAC, notes that while the conservative movement and the Republican Party as a whole have some soul searching to do, critics can’t expect change to happen over night.
On Saturday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) defined the 21st century Republican Party by uniting an old call for Constitutionalism with a new emphasis on economic opportunity.
Artur Davis, a former Democratic Congressman from Alabama who switch his allegiance to the Republican party last year, deemed college education a ‘conservative value’ and called on conservatives to address the growing student debt problem during his speech at the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference speech on Saturday.
‘Conservative triple threat’ Mia Love reassures CPAC attendees that conservatives will bounce back in 2014
Described by emcee Steven Crowder as the type of candidate “liberals check under their bed for,” 2012 Congressional candidate Mia Love (R-Utah) took the stage at CPAC Saturday to reassure conservatives that they will bounce back from last November’s defeats.
Brent Bozell, founder and president of the Media Research Center, lashed out at politicians that he considers to be “moderate Republicans” during his speech to the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Saturday, calling them out of touch and blaming them for last November’s defeat.