Skip to comments.Four Women Among Confirmed Speakers at CPAC
Posted on 02/26/2014 4:54:10 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Four women and 22 men are among the confirmed speakers for next week's Conservative Political Action Conference, taking the stage at a time when conservatives are putting more effort into attracting women to the movement.
The American Conservative Union, which sponsors the annual event in Washington, has confirmed that former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, Tea Party Patriots President Jenny Beth Martin, and American Conservative Union Foundation Chairwoman Carly Fiorina will take the stage, The Huffington Post reports.
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter is on the lineup March 8, the ACU reports. She is scheduled to debate The Daily Caller's Mickey Kaus, who identifies himself as a "neoliberal."
Fiorina, Martin, and Palin will have key speaking spots. Fiorina will present the conference's opening remarks on March 6. Martin will give opening remarks on March 8, and Palin will give the conference's final speech later that day.
The CPAC schedule also includes a panel discussion, "Why Conservatism is Right for Women: How Conservatives Should Talk About Life, Prosperity & National Security," but does not list participants for that panel, The Huffington Post reported.
According to the CPAC website, conference participants are evenly split, with 52 percent men and 48 percent women attending....
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“Conservative columnist Ann Coulter”
LOL, I didn’t know she was conservative, she seems to only act conservative from time to time...
Just what does anyone here care about what hapens at CPAC? Once upon a time, maybe, CPAC was a good organization. They have since joined the Republican Division of the Democrat Party.
Carley ‘RedEyes’ Fiorina.. Chairwoman?
They will Sara Palin
“They will have women, blacks, quadriplegics, you name it...I wonder if they will have any conservatives....”
No. It’s CPAC, and that has become a nest of frauds and phonies.
Disappointed to see Palin going there.
Good eye opening article about CPAC and the capitulation of conservatism. Big tent tactics are the stake through the heart of conservatives. Don’t support the new and improved CPAC.