In a week marked by militant rhetoric at CPAC—including Ted Cruz’s promise to “fight the barbarians”—the former president vowed to inflict a “crippling defeat” on his enemies.
“The globalists can all go to hell,” the authoritarian populist said at CPAC. “I have come to Texas.”
At a conservative gathering in Texas, two Florida Men are the winners, while the movement itself seems adrift.
In a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Texas’s junior senator tossed red meat but was overshadowed by the former president.
The governor gave a rousing speech, but his interpretation of the Constitution is too narrow
Rick Perry gives a rousing speech at CPAC and Lady Gaga set to give keynote speech to little SXSW monsters.
The Texas governor took the stage at CPAC and offered a defense of conservative values, maintaining that Republicans lost the presidency in '08 and '12 because they failed to nominate true conservative candidates.
Three weeks to the day after Perry ended his presidential campaign, he tried to reclaim some of the spotlight with a speech to a packed room at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
He received 30% of the vote at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Mitt Romney finished second with 24%. It is fascinating to watch the race for the Republican presidential nomination. The most interesting thing is that there is no race. Potential candidates abound, but volunteers are few — and tomorrow, February