Attorney General of Virginia Ken Cuccinelli attacked his “fellow tough-on-crime conservatives” for getting too ”excited to lock up every convict and throw away the key” in a surprising twist during the first speech of the day at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday.
Virginia Attorney General attacks conservatives during CPAC speech for getting “excited to lock up every convict”
The idea that conservatives cannot connect with Americans or accomplish anything unless they change their values is “malarkey,” — Joe Biden’s favorite word — according to Allen West, director of PJ Media’s Next Generation programming.
Despite its best efforts, the American Conservative Union might not have anyone from MSNBC at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, as Lawrence O’Donnell was forced to decline his invitation due to a scheduling conflict.
In the latest installment of the continuing CPAC saga, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich criticized the conference and its organizers, saying he no longer understands the meaning of the event.
“I don’t know what the purpose of CPAC is anymore,” Gingrich said during Laura Ingraham’s radio show on Wednesday.
In a dramatic turn of events, the American Conservative Union has invited Donald Trump to speak at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is finally speaking out about his failed presidential bid, and among the things the former candidate says he regrets is his campaign’s inability to effectively reach out to minority voters.
Whatever you might think about S.E. Cupp’s decision to back out of the Conservative Political Action Conference, leave her employer MSNBC out of it.