Friday, January 29, 2010

Weekly Wrap-Up

Here are some of the stories we’ll be talking about at our 43rd Annual Conservative Party Political Action Conference (CPPAC), which starts Sunday at noon in Albany.

The Conservative Party has been leading the push to keep terrorist trials out of New York, and it seems our work might be paying off. Word is that President Obama is now looking for other venues. This is another example of how we can make a difference when we speak out for what’s right.

That’s good news, but the more we learn about the Obama Administration’s handling of the Christmas Day bombing attempt, the more we realize that this President is dangerously off-course when it comes to America’s security. Charles Krauthammer has a good take on this.

More reaction to President Obama’s State of the Union Address...

George Will looks at what the President did NOT say...Rich Lowry reacts with a resounding “not true”...Mona Charen describes the spectacle as “Carteresque.”

What do you think? Cast your vote today in our new weekly poll.

Also be sure to check out these recent works and appearances by some of our CPPAC speakers...

Conservative activist David Bossie brought the case that resulted in last week’s Supreme Court ruling for political speech and the First Amendment. He’s getting plenty of coverage – everywhere from National Review and Fox News to the Washington Post and The New York Times.

Here’s our featured luncheon speaker, Judge Andrew Napolitano, discussing President Obama’s false claims about the Citizens United ruling.

We’ll also be hearing from a number of conservative activists, strategists and political leaders. We’re looking forward to a great weekend. I hope you are too!

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