...because things have been so busy so lets just throw out the thoughts. Considering how big the Boycott news was before the conference it wasn't that big a deal inside. If I go next year I've got to find a closer hotel (or maybe Smitty be home and have space). Considering the voting patterns of … Continue reading It has taken me forever to get to this CPAC roundup…
My last field guide entry from CPAC is my interview with a pair of sister bloggers: Their blog is America is conservative. The full field guide is here. Oh and they actually filmed me interviewing Breitbart, here is a little behind the scenes peek: Click here for the full set that they shot and here … Continue reading DaTechGuy’s Field guide to Bloggers: The Matthews Sisters
It is one year later and the photo is different: But the conclusions are exactly the same.
The last vendor I talked to were the people in charge of The Tea Party Dot Net: Their site is here, the full advocate list is here
Tom is yet another blogger with a nicer fedora than mine. As always you can find the full field guide here.
The very last person I expected to meet in the bloggers lounge was Randall Terry: Terry has been the William Lloyd Garrison on his time on the issue of Abortion.
One of my few disappointments at CPAC was being unable to interview Ayyan Hirsi Ali . I attended her book signing but her security would not let me approach for an interview despite repeated requests. Given the danger she is in regularly I certainly have no business complaining. I was slightly surprised that there wasn't … Continue reading A rare CPAC disappointment
Last year I saw Col West at the Pam Geller event, this year he was the Keynote Speaker, but before he gave his keynote he visited bloggers row. (Maureen Dowd was not invited) There were a lot of people in that room who would love to see this man on a national ticket sometime soon. … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates Congressman Allen West (R Fla-22)
Considering the Boycott fuss at CPAC I found it ironic that PFOX was here: Their site is here, the full advocates series is here.
Dana Loesch first came to my attention via the Dump Dede blog but now writes for Big Journalism as while being the host of the Dana Show on 97.1 FM St. Louis You can find the full field guide here. Update: not 87.1 97.1 corrected
The Alliance for Retirement Prosperity is a conservative alternative to AARP: You can see all of the advocates series here.
You can Find Brian's work at Big Government and at Conservative compendium: You can find the rest of the field guide here.
Susanna Fleetwood has a great collection of photos from CPAC. Here is my collection of Fedoras from CPAC: Ok that hat isn't mine but its better than any I own Stacy McCain and Sarah Rumph Bill always seems to have a smile Fausta and Midnight in bloggers row Pam and Barbara Espinosa Girls go crazy … Continue reading Da Fedora Shots at CPAC
Ok Technically Andrew wasn't a candidate for the Republican nomination in Maine when this was shot, but he is now: Don't discount da bloggers when it comes to running. Maine is a lot smaller than California and anything can happen between now and then.
Pam's site has the most comprehensive coverage here and here and here and here but I took a few films myself: City Counselor Daniel Halloran Nelly Braginsky. Sally Regenhard I have some stills as well: Ilario Pantano didn't speak long but her got a roaring reception Eileen Walsh lost a son I would have very … Continue reading Films from Pam Geller’s Ground Zero Mosque Event