The annual CPAC conference begins today with Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Rand Paul, and Gov. Rick Perry, and Jim DeMint.
The three-day Conservative Political Action Conference begins today without Governors Chris Christie and Bob McDonnell as everyone awaits Mitt Romney’s speech highly anticipated speech just four months after their presidential loss. Today’s headliners include Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Rand Paul, and Gov. Rick Perry, and Jim DeMint.
- Scott Prouty: Obama used the 47% video “exactly the way I would have hoped”
- Obama addresses grass-roots group Organizing for Action for the first time
- Differences between Senate Democrats and House Republicans’ budgets
- Boehner op-ed: Obama’s outreach is nice, but where’s the leadership?
- Can the GOP resolve its identity crisis?
- Sen. Rand Paul says federal tax code should be reformed in a way to not exclude same-sex marriage
- Congress looks at fixing “temporary” immigration limbo
- Ted Cruz embraces Sen. McCain’s characterization of his as a “wacko bird”
- Senate panel backs Obama bid to renew assault weapons ban
- Romney’s niece considering a Senate run in Michigan
NOTE: The man behind the 47% video, Scott Prouty, will join MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell tonight at 10pm ET.