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Watch CPAC 2014 Live With Us, Speeches (Updated regularly) Schedule

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By Isabel Matos

Live stream coverage OVER Schedule and Links to Speeches:


9:00 a.m. – Sen. Ted Cruz Speech (R-TX)

9:16 a.m. – Sen. Pat Toomey Speech (R-PA)

9:24 a.m. – Rep. Paul Ryan Speech (R-WI)

9:40 a.m. – Sen. Tim Scott Speech (R-SC)

10:19 a.m. – Sen. Mitch McConnell Speech (R-KY)

10:25 a.m. – John Bolton Speech (Former U.S. Ambassador)

10:38 am-Top 10 Under 40 Conservatives honoree Dan Bongino (@3:13)

11:45 a.m. – Gov. Christ Christie Speech (R-NJ)

12:00 p.m. – Gov. Bobby Jindal Speech  (R-LA)

12:16 p.m. – Sen. Marco Rubio Speech (R-FL)

12:31 p.m. – Sen. Mike Lee Speech (R-UT)

2:45 p.m. – Donald Trump Speech 


9:00 a.m. – Gov. Rick Perry Speech (R-TX)

9:16 a.m. – Sen. John Cornyn Speech (R-TX)

10:23 a.m. – Former Gov. Mike Huckabee Speech (R-AR)

11:15 a.m. – Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition

11:30 a.m. Dinesh D’Souza Panel of Discussion  Speech

2:26 p.m. – Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA)

2:40 p.m. – Al Cardenas, chairman of the American Conservative Union

2:51 p.m. – Sen. Rand Paul Speech (R-KY)


12:45 p.m. – Newt Gingrich, former House Speaker

1:12 p.m. – Jim DeMint, president of the Heritage Foundation

5:23 p.m. – Straw poll

5:45 pm. – Closing Remarks by The Honorable Al Cardenas, Chairman, American Conservative Union Potomac Ball

5:52 p.m. Chris Cox, Executive Director, National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action

6:00 p.m. The Honorable Sarah Palin Speech, former Governor of Alaska Potomac Ballroom

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Ambassador John Bolton and Colonel Ralph Peters: Washington Culpable for Widespread Genocide of Christians and Jews by Muslims in Middle East


By Gary P Jackson

Ambassador John Bolton and Colonel Ralph Peters talk to Megyn Kelly about the genocide occurring in the Middle East. Muslims have a centuries long record of slaughtering those who have a different belief system than theirs.

Colonel Peters points out that Washington is very much responsible for some of the renewed violence against Christians and Jews in the Middle East.

Video courtesy SarahNET.

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Ambassador John Bolton and Megyn Kelly on the Latest Lies from Obama Regime on Benghazi


By Gary P Jackson

Ambassador John Bolton and Megyn Kelly talk about the latest lies coming out of the Obama regime regarding the terror attacks in Benghazi, and the assault on the free press by Obama’s Department of [in]Justice.

Video courtesy SarahNET.

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John Bolton: Media’s Attack on Mitt Romney’s Statement on Embassy Slaughter an Embarrassment

By Gary P Jackson

Ambassador John Bolton talks with Mark Levin about the attacks on our embassy, as well as the lap dog media’s attacks on Mitt Romney for taking a powerful stand against the Obama regime’s inability to lead this nation at a time of war.

Powerful interview:

Video courtesy SarahNet.


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Newt [illegally] Panders: Say’s He’d Pick John Bolton for Secretary of State, Bolton Underwhelmed

By Gary P Jackson

You ever wonder why, as cool as would be, serious candidates never promise to appoint someone in their administration, if elected?

Turns out it’s against the law. From Political Wire:

Newt Gingrich promised he would ask former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton “to be his secretary of state if he’s elected president next year,” the Washington Times reports.

Unfortunately, naming individuals you would appoint to office before the election is apparently illegal. Here’s Title 18, Part I, Chapter 29, Section 599 of the U.S. Code:

Whoever, being a candidate, directly or indirectly promises or pledges the appointment, or the use of his influence or support for the appointment of any person to any public or private position or employment, for the purpose of procuring support in his candidacy shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if the violation was willful, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.”


It talks about a candidate using their influence. Well hell, influence peddling is what Newt does best! Gets paid very well doing it too.

Newt knows that Ambassador Bolton is considered a superstar by Conservatives, so he throws this out there to his fan boys to keep them excited.

The fact is, Ambassador Bolton is likely on the short list for Secretary of State, or Secretary of Defense, of every serious presidential candidate. Bolton is well respected and a serious man. He has consulted with several presidential candidates during this election cycle, and in a statement has pledged to continue.

In an email response to TPM’s request for comment on Gingrich’s stunt, Ambassador Bolton’s spokesman at the American Enterprise Institute said: “This is our statement that we have been putting out for months.”:

Mr. Bolton has not endorsed any candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. He has spoken to a number of those running, and he would be happy to discuss national security issues with anyone in the race.

Ambassador Bolton is obviously more concerned about making sure the candidates understand world affairs well, than advancing his own political aspirations. He’s a true patriot.

It’s doubtful anyone will pursue any sort of legal action against Newt, because The Establishment™ always watches out for it’s own. Some exemption or loophole will be “found.”

This isn’t the isn’t an isolated case either. Newt has been constantly pandering to supporters of Sarah Palin’s, even going so far as to tell a Delaware audience he’d make Sarah his Energy Secretary, if elected.

Yeah, good luck with that big boy!

It’s doubtful she’d ever accept a VP slot again, and after being Alaska’s top Energy and Environmental regulator under a corrupt governor, who she had to fight, and eventually oust, along with all of his cohorts in crime, I seriously doubt she’d hook up with a corrupt, Washington insider, under any circumstances.

I can’t pretend to speak for Sarah Palin, but as a leader, not a follower, I just can’t see her playing second, or third fiddle to anyone in elected office. Especially not one that will absolutely have a lot of ethical issues from day one.

Newt is great at pandering. He knows what people want to hear, and he’s giving it to them by the bucket loads.

Just remember, Newt’s words never match his actual deeds. While he’s talking about appointing genuine, solid Conservatives, superstars in their own right, the folks he’s actually palled around with are Nancy Pelosi, Al Gore, John Kerry, Al Sharpton, Arnie Duncan, and Barack Obama.

Oh, and when he had the chance to back a solid Conservative in New York, he backed a full on Margaret Sanger Award winning liberal, instead. A candidate who was to the left of the eventual democrat winner, who she, herself, endorsed. Thanks Newt.

I suspect that when it comes time to appoint Supreme Court justices, liberals like De De Scozzafava will be “conservative enough” for good old Newt.

Readers might also refer to Government Mandates: Newt Gingrich and the Art of the Con Explained to better understand what Newt is up to.


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