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The American Conservative at CPAC

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Readers of The American Conservative might be interested to hear that we will be at this year’s CPAC. Some of our staff will be at booth 1915 with subscription information and copies of this month’s magazine, as well as some past issues — plus exclusive TAC pens and notepads.

Some events of note sponsored by our friends at the Committee for the Republic include the following;

Thursday

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– 9am in the CPAC Theater: Eisenhower’s Farewell to the Nation, a presentation of President Eisenhower’s farewell address, introduced by his granddaughter Susan Eisenhower, with Q+A to follow.

– 10am in the Truman Suite: More Defense For Less, featuring COL Douglas Macgregor, USA (Ret.).

– 2pm in the Virginia Suite: Too Big to Fail: A Quadrillion Dollar Exposure!, featuring Peter Wallison, The Honorable Boyden Gray, John Henry, and John Prout.

Friday

– 2:30pm in the Jackson Suite: Founder Roundtable: Where did we go Wrong?, featuring Mark Skousen, Bruce Fein, Bill Nitze, Tom Whitmore, John Henry, and James Henry all portraying a selection of our Founding Fathers.

Saturday

– 10am in the Truman Suite: America & Its Wars: John Quincy Adams vs. James K. Polk, featuring Bruce Fein and Roberty Merry as John Quincy Adams and James Polk.

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#1 Comment By William Dalton On February 9, 2012 @ 12:57 am

Will any of these be available for viewing online?

#2 Comment By MattSwartz On February 9, 2012 @ 7:33 am

Peter Brimelow’s going to be there, too, in spite of recent attempts to brand him a “white nationalist” and pressure placed on CPAC to disinvite him.

#3 Comment By Jim Bovard On February 9, 2012 @ 8:43 pm

I saw the wrap-up of the 2 pm panel today.

It’s a shame that the Committee for the Republic was not able to get a larger room.

#4 Comment By Jim Bovard On February 10, 2012 @ 7:23 am

The larger rooms have better acoustics.