Josh Marshall on CPAC

Burgher, Ballard
March 2014
Moderate Voice;3/9/2014, p3
Blog Entry
The article discusses the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington D.C. Topics discussed include D.C. remains mainly wired for Republicans, the Republican Party, also referred as the Grand Old Party has the vested power, and action, and the popularity of CPAC is related to the tacit conspiracy between the event organizers, and the people who cover the event.


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