This year's CPAC is for the younger crowd
Washington Examiner (Nikki Schwab and Tara Palmeri) - "This year's Conservative Political Action Conference, which kicks off Thursday at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, is paying a little more attention to the under-30 set, and doing it by holding a partner event called XPAC. (That's short for Xtreme Politically Active Conservatives, if you're wondering.)"
Tony Perkins: The Conservative Movement has become too close to the GOP
Talking Points Memo - "Family Research Council's Tony Perkins said today on Fox News that a group of conservatives who signed a 'manifesto' at Mount Vernon are not trying to create a third party but reclaim their principles."
The Contract From America: Why CPAC matters more than ever
Human Events - Newt Gingrich previews one of the measures that will be discussed at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC, which begins tomorrow) - a 'Contract From America' that is the work of a Tea Party group and contains twenty-two issue concerns that Americans have been articulating during Tea Party rallies over the past year.
CPAC catches the Tea Party spirit
American Spectator - Robert Stacy McCain provides an inside look at the planning for this year's CPAC gathering in Washington, where conservatives from all over the country will converge to meet other conservatives and hear from many of the movement's leaders.
Huckabee endorsing RINO in South Carolina's 3rd Congressional District
www.FitsNews.com - "Former presidential candidate and social conservative activist Mike Huckabee will visit the Palmetto State later this week to endorse S.C. Rep. Rex Rice (RINO-Easley) in the race for the S.C. Third Congressional District. The truth is that Rice is a tax-hiking, big government RINO who didn't locate his fiscal conservative credentials until he decided to run for Congress."
RNC wants collective bargaining with the Tea Party
Big Government (Steve McQueen) - "Grassroots voters harness power via their collective ballots, which captures the attention of organizations like the RNC."