RedState.com's Erick Erickson says the time for talking about cutting federal spending and stopping the growth of the national debt is over, the time for actually doing something about them is here. And Erickson thinks too many conservative organizations in the nation's capital are part of the problem because they are addicted to talking instead of acting.
In a post this morning, Erickson declares:
"The time for nuancing and diplomatic niceties in Washington are over. Read More
Willam A. Rusher, former National Review publisher, nationally syndicated columnist, and friend, counselor and mentor to countless leaders and aspiring leaders of the conservative movement, passed away Saturday in San Francisco after a long illness. Read More
With an expected 10,000 or more conservative leaders, activists, theorists, candidates, public offiicals, has-beens, hope-to-bes and authors gathering in Washington, D.C. for tomorrow's opening day of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), all eyes are on the Right.
Among those eyes are those of the Sunlight Foundation's Party Time bloggers who track who is having fund raising events on Capitol Hill and elsewhere. Read More
Veteran conservative movement activist Al Cardenas has been unanimously elected to succeed David Keene as chairman of the American Conservative Union (ACU) on the eve of the organization's biggest event, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Read More
Eighteen leaders representing the three major branches of Washington conservative political and public policy activism met earlier today near Mount Vernon to sign and issue a new statement of common principles intended to provide a rallying point for the wider movement, much as did the Sharon Statement of 1960 and National Review founder William F. Buckley, Jr.'s Credenda of 1955. Read More