CPAC 2018 The Data Points and My Conclusions

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CPAC 2018 The Data Points and My Conclusions

By now all of you are likely sick of my CPAC 2018 posts so you will be pleased to hear that other than a guest post (that needs inte­gra­tion of the graph­ics and the text) this post will close out my cov­er­age of CPAC 2018.

My pri­mary goal at CPAC was to answer some ques­tions I had about the con­ser­v­a­tive move­ment and its rela­tion­ship with the Trump admin­is­tra­tion after year 1. Here is what I found:

CPAC is Don­ald Trump’s event and will remain so as long as he is Pres­i­dent and chooses it to be so:

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106587” align=“alignleft” width=“150”] VP at CPAC[/caption]

The biggest dif­fer­ence between CPAC 2018 and CPAC 2017 was the fact that it was clearly a Don­ald Trump crowd that attended. Last year there were plenty of estab­lish­ment types sup­port­ing dif­fer­ent can­di­dates and agen­das and it wasn’t hard to find folks who didn’t care for Trump among the atten­dees. This year was very dif­fer­ent, except in media the folks who did not sup­port this pres­i­dent were few and far between or for the most part silent. This was a Trump crowd and as long as the pres­i­dent keeps decid­ing to show up it will remain pri­mar­ily a Trump crowd and I sus­pect CPAC will act accord­ingly in terms of how it car­ries itself.

Ted Cruz has replaced the Paul Fam­ily as the other big pres­ence at CPAC:

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106585” align=“alignright” width=“150”] Dana at CPAC[/caption]

When I first came to CPAC it and the straw polls in it were dom­i­nated by the Ron Paul (later Rand Paul) folks who gen­er­ally came en mass to vote for their hero. With Don­ald Trump in office, Ron Paul now retired and any Paul for Pres­i­dent Cam­paigns on hold for at least a decade there is no sign that the Paul orga­ni­za­tion is try­ing to get young peo­ple there. How­ever I seemed to con­stantly run into Ted Cruz folks. This is not a sur­prise as Sen­a­tor Cruz remains one of the most pop­u­lar speak­ers at the event but also because while Pres­i­dent Trump full fury was directed at Sen­a­tor Cruz dur­ing the cam­paign he has with a few notable excep­tions gov­erned to the pri­or­i­ties of the Ted Cruz Crowd. In fact one might even say Pres­i­dent Trump has made the Ted Cruz base his base and while I’m sure the Sen­a­tor and his sup­port­ers (full dis­clo­sure like myself) would be delighted to see a pres­i­dent Ted Cruz, as long as he is mov­ing our pri­or­i­ties for­ward they will stick with him.

The sin­gle biggest star for Trump are the Tax Cuts:

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106582” align=“alignleft” width=“150”] Before the storm CPAC[/caption]

While I got a lot of assorted answers on what the folks liked best about Don­ald Trump the over­whelm­ingly most pop­u­lar things about him was the tax bill and the econ­omy. The strong Trump econ­omy which is in evi­dence is and remains his sin­gle biggest sell­ing point among the CPAC activists with one excep­tion from a par­tic­u­lar sub group…

Evan­gel­i­cals and Pro-​Lifers are with him all the way:

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106586” align=“alignright” width=“150”] Hous­ton Young GOP[/caption]

…and that the Pro-​Life vot­ers of which I am one of. Pro-​life vot­ers are uni­formly ecsta­tic about Don­ald Trump and the atten­tion his admin­is­tra­tion has given to our cause. The reli­gious peo­ple I talked to are will­ing to for­get Trump’s past as they would any con­vert who has “seen the light” so to speak. As for the fail­ure to defund planned Par­ent­hood and repeal Oba­macare those I ques­tioned on the sub­ject lay the blame squarely at the feet of the GOP in gen­eral and Collins, McCain and Murkowski in par­tic­u­lar in fact this keeps with a par­tic­u­lar pattern…

The GOP not Trump is tak­ing the hit for any failures:

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106589” align=“alignleft” width=“150”] Stacy & Me CPAC[/caption]

It’s very clear that when it comes to the blame game the CPAC crowd gives Trump very lit­tle of it for the var­i­ous leg­isla­tive fail­ures. The GOP get the lions share of this and I sus­pect this might be a real dri­ver dur­ing the midterms in decreas­ing turnout for the party in an elec­tion that they need to win there is one excep­tion to this.

The #1 com­plaint about Don­ald Trump are the Tweets (par­tic­u­larly in con­ser­v­a­tive media):

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106588” align=“alignright” width=“150”] Radio Row[/caption]

This is a sub­ject where I depart from the major­ity of both CPAC atten­dees and par­tic­u­larly my fel­lows in con­ser­v­a­tive media. While I and sev­eral Trump par­ti­sans think the President’s Tweets are an invalu­able tool to bypass the media to get his mes­sage out (mak­ing them react instead of him react­ing to them) most of those I talked to dreaded his tweets. It was con­sid­ered not only a dis­trac­tion from his agenda but I got a real sense that sup­port­ers in con­ser­v­a­tive media dreaded him say­ing some­thing unto­ward that they might be oblig­ated to defend or discount.

The Democ­rats should have made a DACA Deal while they could:

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106583” align=“alignleft” width=“150”] Arling­ton 1:30 AM CPAC[/caption]

I asked peo­ple about a DACA deal for the wall. While there was a sig­nif­i­cant amount of folks who dis­agreed the clear major­ity of atten­dees were more than will­ing to swap DACA for a wall. Once the pres­i­dent speech was given say­ing DACA was dead, folks con­cluded that they could get a wall with­out DACA and that opin­ion seemed to harden. The wall remains a sine non qua for the Trump folks and if they get it I sus­pect it would cover a mul­ti­tude of sins and it seems to me the Pres­i­dent would like to do some­thing for the DACA crowd but it’s clearly the opin­ion of the crew that they don’t need to give an inch.

The CPAC crowd is more opti­mistic about the midterms that the party as a whole:

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106581” align=“alignright” width=“150”] Poker anyone?[/caption]

A lot has hap­pened in the inter­ven­ing two months but at the time of CPAC with the tax cuts start­ing to kick in the crowd there were feel­ing pretty good about the midterms. While the Pres­i­dent warned about com­pla­cency it seems that warn­ing wasn’t enough to get the opti­mism out of them but if the GOP wants to over­come the ener­gized Democ­rats they will need more than a vague con­fi­dence of victory.

The CPAC crowd wants Trump to con­tinue being Trump:

[cap­tion id=“attachment_106590” align=“alignleft” width=“150”] Super­bowl ring at CPAC[/caption]

The final ques­tion I asked all there was this: How can Pres­i­dent Trump help the GOP win in the midterms, the answer was almost unan­i­mous: Keep doing what you’re doing. Trump votes like the Trump poli­cies and as long as the econ­omy keeps boom­ing and jobs and wages con­tinue to rise there will be vot­ers who will think twice before turn­ing to the party promis­ing to raise their taxes.

The real ques­tion is this: Are the Trump vot­ers ener­gized enough to over­come both ener­gized Democ­rats anx­ious to vote and Demo­c­rat machines that now know where they need to steal said votes? The answer alas wasn’t at CPAC, it’s in the indi­vid­ual dis­tricts and I think the it’s going to come down to the warn­ing that the Pres­i­dent gave about com­pla­cency. For­tu­nately for the GOP the Democ­rats are mak­ing it very hard to pre­tend that there are no con­se­quences for defeat.

The sec­ond ques­tion is this, If the Trump votes aren’t ener­gized enough to hold the house, who will get the blame? The media and the estab­lish­ment will cer­tainly blame Trump but who would the CPAC activist blame? The answer to that ques­tion will deter­mine what CPAC 2019 looks like.


DaT­e­chGuy at CPAC 2018 The story (blogged) so far:

Wednes­day April 11th

CPAC 2018 The Data Points and My Conclusions

Tues­day April 10th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Pas­tor Greg Young

Sat­ur­day April 7th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Robert Stacy McCain

Fri­day April 6th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Fin­gers Mal­loy and April Gre­gory
Voices of CPAC 2018 (abbre­vi­ated) Ed Mor­ris­sey of Hotair

Thurs­day April 5th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Vito and Vito of the Vito and Vito Show
Voices of CPAC 2018 Lee Stranahan

Wednes­day April 4th
Voices of CPAC 2018 William Hoge of Hogewash
Voices at CPAC 2018 Byron York of the Wash­ing­ton Examiner

Tues­day April 3rd

Voices of CPAC 2018 Erik Svane of ¡No Pasarán!
Voices of CPAC 2018 Gre­gory Wrigh­force Incon­ve­nient Facts

Mon­day April 2nd
Voices of CPAC 2018 Becky Noble of Politichicks
Voices of CPAC 2018 Andrew Man­gioni of the Asso­ci­a­tion of Mature Amer­i­can Citizens

Sun­day April 1st
Voices of CPAC 2018 Dave Weigel of the Wash­ing­ton Post
Voices of CPAC 2018 Walk­ing Inter­view James O’Keefe

Sat­ur­day March 31st

Voices of CPAC 2018: Michael from Scot­land.
Voices of CPAC 2018 Gina Roberts Log Cabin Repub­li­cans San Diego

Fri­day March 30th

Voices of CPAC 2018 The Great Evan Sayet
Voices of CPAC 2018 MaryAnn after Pres­i­dent Trump’s Speech

Thurs­day March 29th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Kath­leen Wep­ner of Patriot Guardians
Voices of CPAC 2018 William Nardy of Rousa News PLUS the Lone Con­ser­v­a­tive Kassy Dylan

Wednes­day March 28th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Peter from Reno
Voices of CPAC 2018 Tyler from Florida Post Trump Speech

Tues­day March 27th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Ricard from NY post Trump speech
3 Clips of Pres­i­dent Trump at CPAC 2018 plus Rachel from VA again

Mon­day March 26

Voices of CPAC 2018 Jeff Hul­bert of Patriot Picket
Voices of CPAC 2018 Adam from NY of the Young Republicans

Sun­day March 25

Voices of CPAC 2018 Betina Viviano of the Media group America’s Voice
Voices of CPAC 2018 Susanne Monk of Trump Talk

Sat­ur­day March 24th

Voices from CPAC 2018: Tyler

Fri­day March 23rd

Voices of CPAC 2018 Debra (Nice Deb) Heine

Thurs­day March 22nd

Voices of CPAC 2018 Traci Belmonte

Wednes­day March 21st

Voices of CPAC 2018 Evan of the Col­lege Republicans

Tues­day March 20th

Voices from CPAC 2018 Chris from EWTN

Mon­day March 19th

Voices at CPAC Heather of Con­ser­v­a­tives Con­cerned about the Death Penalty

Sat­ur­day March 17th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Seton Mot­ley of Less Government

Fri­day March 16th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Leo from MA

Thurs­day March 15th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Yvonne from Illinois

Wednes­day March 14

Voices of CPAC 2018 Kurt Schlichter

Tues­day March 13th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Tony (Don’t call him Anthony) Katz

Mon­day March 12th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Eliz­a­beth of the Mt. Holyoke Col­lege Repub­li­cans (Yes you read that right)

Sun­day March 11th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Griz­zly Joe

Voices of CPAC 2018 Rachel from Virginia

Sat­ur­day March 10th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Con­nor Wolf of Inside Sources

Fri­day March 9th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Chase from the Hous­ton Young Republicans

Thurs­day March 8th

Voices at CPAC 2018 Chris from NY Long­time Pro­life activist

Sat­ur­day March 10th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Con­nor Wolf of Inside Sources

Fri­day March 9th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Chase from the Hous­ton Young Republicans

Thurs­day March 8th

Voices at CPAC 2018 Chris from NY Long­time Pro­life activist

Wednes­day March 7th

Voices at CPAC 2018 Michael from Lib­erty University

Tues­day March 6th

Voices at CPAC 2018 Sarah Rumpf

Mon­day March 5th

Voices from CPAC 2018 Doreen from Michi­gan
Voices of CPAC 2018 Susan from New Mexico

Sun­day March 4th
Voices of CPAC 2018 Myra Adams

Fri­day March 2nd

Voices of CPAC 2018 John Hawkins and Sierra Marlee

CPAC 2018: Two Men who made a Dif­fer­ence For Me

Wednes­day Feb 20

Voices at CPAC 2018 Dylan and Watson

Voices at CPAC 2018 Kira Innis (Two Angles)

Mon­day Feb 26th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Greg Penglis of WEBY 1330 Radio

Sun­day Feb 25th

CPAC 2018 Dutch Kitchen Can­noli Sicil­ian from Brook­lyn Approved

Sat­ur­day Feb 24th

CPAC 2018 /​Don’t give a VUK Meet the Voter the Media Nar­ra­tive says Does Exist

Fri­day Feb 23rd

Voices at CPAC 2018 Sen­a­tor Ted Cruz Answers Two Ques­tion for DaTechGuy

Thurs Feb 22nd

We Inter­rupt CPAC 2018 for CNN and their Gun Con­trol Galaxy Quest Moment
Voices of CPAC 2018: Ron from PA

Wed Feb. 21st

Voices at CPAC 2018 Vicki from Minnesota

Voices at (or near) #cpac2018 Lea from National Asso­ci­a­tion of Devel­op­men­tal Edu­ca­tors We talk Stu­dents and Math

DaT­e­chGuy at CPAC 2018 The Calm Before the Storm and What I’ll be Asking

If you don’t want to wait or my blog posts to see my inter­views my youtube chan­nel is here.

Full CPAC 2017 list (for those who feel nos­tal­gic) is here

A reminder I have copies of my Book Hail Mary the per­fect Protes­tant (and Catholic) Prayer avail­able at CPAC with me, price $7 and I will hap­pily sign them for you.

Or you can just order it on Amazon

If you don’t want to wait or my blog posts to see my inter­views my youtube chan­nel is here.

Full CPAC 2017 list (for those who feel nos­tal­gic) is here

A reminder I have copies of my Book Hail Mary the per­fect Protes­tant (and Catholic) Prayer avail­able at CPAC with me, price $7 and I will hap­pily sign them for you.

Or you can just order it on Amazon


By now all of you are likely sick of my CPAC 2018 posts so you will be pleased to hear that other than a guest post (that needs integration of the graphics and the text) this post will close out my coverage of CPAC 2018.

My primary goal at CPAC was to answer some questions I had about the conservative movement and its relationship with the Trump administration after year 1. Here is what I found:

CPAC is Donald Trump’s event and will remain so as long as he is President and chooses it to be so:

VP at CPAC

The biggest difference between CPAC 2018 and CPAC 2017 was the fact that it was clearly a Donald Trump crowd that attended. Last year there were plenty of establishment types supporting different candidates and agendas and it wasn’t hard to find folks who didn’t care for Trump among the attendees. This year was very different, except in media the folks who did not support this president were few and far between or for the most part silent. This was a Trump crowd and as long as the president keeps deciding to show up it will remain primarily a Trump crowd and I suspect CPAC will act accordingly in terms of how it carries itself.

Ted Cruz has replaced the Paul Family as the other big presence at CPAC:

Dana at CPAC

When I first came to CPAC it and the straw polls in it were dominated by the Ron Paul (later Rand Paul) folks who generally came en mass to vote for their hero. With Donald Trump in office, Ron Paul now retired and any Paul for President Campaigns on hold for at least a decade there is no sign that the Paul organization is trying to get young people there. However I seemed to constantly run into Ted Cruz folks. This is not a surprise as Senator Cruz remains one of the most popular speakers at the event but also because while President Trump full fury was directed at Senator Cruz during the campaign he has with a few notable exceptions governed to the priorities of the Ted Cruz Crowd. In fact one might even say President Trump has made the Ted Cruz base his base and while I’m sure the Senator and his supporters (full disclosure like myself) would be delighted to see a president Ted Cruz, as long as he is moving our priorities forward they will stick with him.

The single biggest star for Trump are the Tax Cuts:

Before the storm CPAC

While I got a lot of assorted answers on what the folks liked best about Donald Trump the overwhelmingly most popular things about him was the tax bill and the economy. The strong Trump economy which is in evidence is and remains his single biggest selling point among the CPAC activists with one exception from a particular sub group…

Evangelicals and Pro-Lifers are with him all the way:

Houston Young GOP

…and that the Pro-Life voters of which I am one of. Pro-life voters are uniformly ecstatic about Donald Trump and the attention his administration has given to our cause. The religious people I talked to are willing to forget Trump’s past as they would any convert who has “seen the light” so to speak. As for the failure to defund planned Parenthood and repeal Obamacare those I questioned on the subject lay the blame squarely at the feet of the GOP in general and Collins, McCain and Murkowski in particular in fact this keeps with a particular pattern…

The GOP not Trump is taking the hit for any failures:

Stacy & Me CPAC

It’s very clear that when it comes to the blame game the CPAC crowd gives Trump very little of it for the various legislative failures. The GOP get the lions share of this and I suspect this might be a real driver during the midterms in decreasing turnout for the party in an election that they need to win there is one exception to this.

The #1 complaint about Donald Trump are the Tweets (particularly in conservative media):

Radio Row

This is a subject where I depart from the majority of both CPAC attendees and particularly my fellows in conservative media. While I and several Trump partisans think the President’s Tweets are an invaluable tool to bypass the media to get his message out (making them react instead of him reacting to them) most of those I talked to dreaded his tweets. It was considered not only a distraction from his agenda but I got a real sense that supporters in conservative media dreaded him saying something untoward that they might be obligated to defend or discount.

The Democrats should have made a DACA Deal while they could:

Arlington 1:30 AM CPAC

I asked people about a DACA deal for the wall. While there was a significant amount of folks who disagreed the clear majority of attendees were more than willing to swap DACA for a wall. Once the president speech was given saying DACA was dead, folks concluded that they could get a wall without DACA and that opinion seemed to harden. The wall remains a sine non qua for the Trump folks and if they get it I suspect it would cover a multitude of sins and it seems to me the President would like to do something for the DACA crowd but it’s clearly the opinion of the crew that they don’t need to give an inch.

The CPAC crowd is more optimistic about the midterms that the party as a whole:

Poker anyone?

A lot has happened in the intervening two months but at the time of CPAC with the tax cuts starting to kick in the crowd there were feeling pretty good about the midterms. While the President warned about complacency it seems that warning wasn’t enough to get the optimism out of them but if the GOP wants to overcome the energized Democrats they will need more than a vague confidence of victory.

The CPAC crowd wants Trump to continue being Trump:

Superbowl ring at CPAC

The final question I asked all there was this: How can President Trump help the GOP win in the midterms, the answer was almost unanimous: Keep doing what you’re doing. Trump votes like the Trump policies and as long as the economy keeps booming and jobs and wages continue to rise there will be voters who will think twice before turning to the party promising to raise their taxes.

The real question is this: Are the Trump voters energized enough to overcome both energized Democrats anxious to vote and Democrat machines that now know where they need to steal said votes?  The answer alas wasn’t at CPAC, it’s in the individual districts and I think the it’s going to come down to the warning that the President gave about complacency.  Fortunately for the GOP the Democrats are making it very hard to pretend that there are no consequences for defeat.

The second question is this, If the Trump votes aren’t energized enough to hold the house, who will get the blame? The media and the establishment will certainly blame Trump but who would the CPAC activist blame?  The answer to that question will determine what CPAC 2019 looks like.


DaTechGuy at CPAC 2018 The story (blogged) so far:

Wednesday April 11th

CPAC 2018  The Data Points and My Conclusions

Tuesday April 10th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Pastor Greg Young

Saturday April 7th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Robert Stacy McCain

Friday April 6th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Fingers Malloy and April Gregory
Voices of CPAC 2018 (abbreviated) Ed Morrissey of Hotair

Thursday April 5th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Vito and Vito of the Vito and Vito Show
Voices of CPAC 2018 Lee Stranahan

Wednesday April 4th
Voices of CPAC 2018 William Hoge of Hogewash
Voices at CPAC 2018 Byron York of the Washington Examiner

Tuesday April 3rd

Voices of CPAC 2018 Erik Svane of ¡No Pasarán!
Voices of CPAC 2018 Gregory Wrighforce Inconvenient Facts

Monday April 2nd
Voices of CPAC 2018 Becky Noble of Politichicks
Voices of CPAC 2018 Andrew Mangioni of the Association of Mature American Citizens

Sunday April 1st
Voices of CPAC 2018 Dave Weigel of the Washington Post
Voices of CPAC 2018 Walking Interview James O’Keefe

Saturday March 31st

Voices of CPAC 2018: Michael from Scotland.
Voices of CPAC 2018 Gina Roberts Log Cabin Republicans San Diego

Friday March 30th

Voices of CPAC 2018 The Great Evan Sayet
Voices of CPAC 2018 MaryAnn after President Trump’s Speech

Thursday March 29th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Kathleen Wepner of Patriot Guardians
Voices of CPAC 2018 William Nardy of Rousa News PLUS the Lone Conservative Kassy Dylan

Wednesday March 28th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Peter from Reno
Voices of CPAC 2018 Tyler from Florida Post Trump Speech

Tuesday March 27th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Ricard from NY post Trump speech
3 Clips of President Trump at CPAC 2018 plus Rachel from VA again

Monday March 26

Voices of CPAC 2018 Jeff Hulbert of Patriot Picket
Voices of CPAC 2018 Adam from NY of the Young Republicans

Sunday March 25

Voices of CPAC 2018 Betina Viviano of the Media group America’s Voice
Voices of CPAC 2018 Susanne Monk of Trump Talk

Saturday March 24th

Voices from CPAC 2018: Tyler

Friday March 23rd

Voices of CPAC 2018 Debra (Nice Deb) Heine

Thursday March 22nd

Voices of CPAC 2018 Traci Belmonte

Wednesday March 21st

Voices of CPAC 2018 Evan of the College Republicans

Tuesday March 20th

Voices from CPAC 2018 Chris from EWTN

Monday March 19th

Voices at CPAC Heather of Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty

Saturday March 17th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Seton Motley of Less Government

Friday March 16th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Leo from MA

Thursday March 15th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Yvonne from Illinois

Wednesday March 14

Voices of CPAC 2018 Kurt Schlichter

Tuesday March 13th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Tony (Don’t call him Anthony) Katz

Monday March 12th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Elizabeth of the Mt. Holyoke College Republicans (Yes you read that right)

Sunday March 11th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Grizzly Joe

Voices of CPAC 2018 Rachel from Virginia

Saturday March 10th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Connor Wolf of Inside Sources

Friday March 9th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Chase from the Houston Young Republicans

Thursday March 8th

Voices at CPAC 2018 Chris from NY Longtime Prolife activist

Saturday March 10th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Connor Wolf of Inside Sources

Friday March 9th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Chase from the Houston Young Republicans

Thursday March 8th

Voices at CPAC 2018 Chris from NY Longtime Prolife activist

Wednesday March 7th

Voices at CPAC 2018 Michael from Liberty University

Tuesday March 6th

Voices at CPAC 2018 Sarah Rumpf

Monday March 5th

Voices from CPAC 2018 Doreen from Michigan
Voices of CPAC 2018 Susan from New Mexico

Sunday March 4th
Voices of CPAC 2018 Myra Adams

Friday March 2nd

Voices of CPAC 2018 John Hawkins and Sierra Marlee

CPAC 2018: Two Men who made a Difference For Me

Wednesday Feb 20

Voices at CPAC 2018 Dylan and Watson

Voices at CPAC 2018 Kira Innis (Two Angles)

Monday Feb 26th

Voices of CPAC 2018 Greg Penglis of WEBY 1330 Radio

Sunday Feb 25th

CPAC 2018 Dutch Kitchen Cannoli Sicilian from Brooklyn Approved

Saturday Feb 24th

CPAC 2018 / Don’t give a VUK Meet the Voter the Media Narrative says Does Exist

Friday Feb 23rd

Voices at CPAC 2018 Senator Ted Cruz Answers Two Question for DaTechGuy

Thurs Feb 22nd

We Interrupt CPAC 2018 for CNN and their Gun Control Galaxy Quest Moment
Voices of CPAC 2018: Ron from PA

Wed Feb. 21st

Voices at CPAC 2018 Vicki from Minnesota

Voices at (or near) #cpac2018 Lea from National Association of Developmental Educators We talk Students and Math

DaTechGuy at CPAC 2018 The Calm Before the Storm and What I’ll be Asking

If you don’t want to wait or my blog posts to see my interviews my youtube channel is here.

Full CPAC 2017 list (for those who feel nostalgic) is here

A reminder I have copies of my Book Hail Mary the perfect Protestant (and Catholic) Prayer available at CPAC with me, price $7 and I will happily sign them for you.

Or you can just order it on Amazon

If you don’t want to wait or my blog posts to see my interviews my youtube channel is here.

Full CPAC 2017 list (for those who feel nostalgic) is here

A reminder I have copies of my Book Hail Mary the perfect Protestant (and Catholic) Prayer available at CPAC with me, price $7 and I will happily sign them for you.

Or you can just order it on Amazon