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CPAC integrates Mark Levin and Brent Bozell points; Global security on new CPAC leaders' agenda

Mark Levin accepts Citizens United,'s Defender of the 1st Amendment Award
The American Conservative Union (ACU) and its signature event, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) are heading in a more conservative direction, ACU's new chairman Matt Schlapp told Matthew Boyle of Breitbart News.

The primary theme for CPAC 2015 is “Conservative Action Starts Here.” He referenced how Breitbart News and other conservatives held, at CPAC 2013 and CPAC 2014, panels called
 “The Uninvited”and “The Uninvited II,” because of a lack of focus on social and national security issues at CPAC those years. 

The divide wasn’t just found at those Uninvited panels, though–conservatives inside CPAC raised their concerns with leaders like Citizens United’s Dave Bossie, the Media Research Center’s Brent Bozell, and others speaking up about the concerns in the building. Because of those struggles in recent years, and concerted efforts by the ACU to listen to grassroots concerns about the direction of the landmark conference, the organization is now emerging as stronger, more conservative and more united. (Matthew Boyle in Breitbart News, Feb. 16, 2015)
Democracy Broadcasting News attended the 2014 CPAC and brings you original photo and video excerpts of those issues. The Washington Times presented "Idol Live,"a professional review competition for young political journalists, such as Emily Hoosier (pictured) at the 2014 event.


True conservative principles- Media Research Center's founder L. Brent Bozell III presents his views at Citizens Union's inaugural, "Andrew Breitbart, Defender of the 1st Amendment Award"


Mark Levin speaks accepts the "Andrew Breitbart, Defender of the 1st Amendment Award" from Citizens Union



We asked Mark Levin to clarify his position on Brent Bozell's claim that the Conservative Party does not seek secularist members.


Clare Lopez: 'Putin and Iran pawn Obama (weak to enemies, tough to allies and critics) at the spin-off "The Uninvited" Conference - which addressed issues of security policy.



Also on the slate for the Feb 26th weekend, CPAC show:
“Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson, will be given the First Amendment Award after defending his Christian beliefs on homosexuality and other topics, resulting in his brief suspension from the reality show. (Washington Times)

Most, if not all, potential GOP presidential candidates will be speaking at CPAC this year. They include former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Ted Cruz (R-TX), Rand Paul (R-KY), former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, real estate magnate Donald Trump, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Dr. Ben Carson, 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee Gov. Sarah Palin and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry. (Breitbart News)

20150211

Counter-jihad intelligence and policy experts challenge Obama administration at "Defeat Jihad Summit" by Center for Security Policy

The Center for Security Policy held the "Defeat Jihad Summit" on Wednesday February 11, 2015. 

The video of the 5-hour program features a roundtable discussion format involving some 35 distinguished counter-jihadists.


(Video begins at 29 minutes in)

Among  the eminent participants are: 
Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey, 
Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich, 
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), 
Representatives Steven King and Mike Pompeo, 
Author, Diana West,
Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders, 
Danish free-speech advocate Lars Hedegaard,
Britain’s Lord Malcolm Pearson,
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal,
Moderator, Frank Gaffney, Exec. Dir., Center for Security Policy, 
ex-Navy Attorney instructor on Islamism, Stephen Coughlan,
Clare Lopez, ex-CIA Russia expert, now counter-jihad expert.
 

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View Hitchcock's newsreel documentary, "Night Will Fall", commemorating 70th anniversary of liberation of concentration camps;

When Auschwitz and other camps were liberated, the British army sent along a film unit. With the help of supervising director Alfred Hitchcock, the shocking footage was meant for a documentary called German Concentration Camps Factual Survey. However, as the war came to a close, the governments that had once supported exposing German crimes had a new interest in reconciliation and plans for the film were scrapped.

70 years later, a new documentary, Night Will Fall, tells the story of how the footage came to be, and what happened to it. Night Will Fall premieres today on HBO.

Watch clips from Alfred Hitchcock's Holocaust Documentary, Night Will Fall, here:





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Islamists exploit Ferguson to motivate killers like NYPD-like executioner

C.A.I.R mobilized Ferguson, Missouri looters over Michael Brown shooting
US Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) of Missouri said on MSNBC that Ferguson had been “invaded” by agitators from other communities. A bundle of about 50 arrest reports obtained by a Washington Post reporter included a “large number” with Illinois and Texas addresses.

“It’s like looting tourism,” an officer told the Post. “It’s like they are spending their gas money to come down here and steal.”

While many of these outsiders have come on their own initiative, others are part of larger fringe organizations. (
"Ferguson: Who are the outside agitators entering the fray?" in Christian Science Monitor, Aug 19, 2014)


Robert Spencer in Jihad Watch writes, "The Islamic State and other jihadist movements are using the events outside St. Louis as propaganda against the West. One argument they’ve been making for years is that racism and discrimination are rampant in some parts of the West, and they’re hoping the Ferguson riots could help recruit black Americans." The U.S. Attorney in Southern District of Illinois, Steve Wigginton, said ISIS wants people who hate the U.S. government as much they do.


“We received intelligence reports for law enforcement showing actual tweets ISIS was putting out encouraging Americans to join the people who were burning down buildings in Ferguson to engage that kind of conduct across America,” said Wigginton.

Pastor Eddie Cage of St. Louis, Missouri condemns leftist and Islamist groups who incite and recruit troublemakers to their causes.



NYPD Cop Killer Worked For Alleged Muslim Terror Front Group
December 23, 2014 by Charles C. Johnson 
GotNews.com

The Muslim NYPD cop killer Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley worked for a Muslim Brotherhood front group, according to his Facebook page.

GotNews.com has confirmed and exclusively discovered that Brinsley went by another name — Ismaaiyl Abdullah-Muhammad — and that he worked for the Islamic Society of North America.

The Islamic Society of North America is a Muslim Brotherhood front group that was described as an unindicted co-conspirator by the Justice Department in the 2007 Holy Land terror cases.

Ismaaiyl Brinsley murdered NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos in cold-blood on December 20, 2014.

NYC Mayor Bill di Blasio at slain cop's funeral

600,000 white Londoners move-out last decade as1.6 million ethnic immigrants to London change British capital's cultural fabric


White Britons are now the minority (45%) in London
 
Some 3.7million Londoners classified themselves as white British in 2011 – down from 4.3million in 2001 – despite the city’s population increasing by nearly one million over the decade to 8.2million, The Daily Mail reports.

The census shows the population of England and Wales was swollen by nearly four million immigrants in a decade of 
sweeping social change.

London’s population has been especially enlarged by immigrants. Three million foreign-born people now live in the capital. 

Asians (India/Pakistan/Bangladeshi) comprise 18%. Black Londoners – including Africans, black Britons and those from the Caribbean – make up 13 per cent.  

What did black radio-host, Larry Elder say, to indicate why KABC might have dismissed him to podcasting?

Larry Elder, black conservative talk-radio host and author of "What's Race Got to Do With It: Why it's time to stop the stupidest argument in America," was fired without explanation by KABC-AM Los Angeles management last week.
"Why was Larry Elder fired? KABC won't tell him" -Southern California Public Radio 12/4/14
Libertarian talk show host Larry Elder - who called himself 'The Sage from South Central' – was a fixture at KABC for most of the last two decades, until Tuesday, when he was abruptly fired. KABC management called Elder and his agent, George Green, Tuesday night to tell them Elder was out, but Green says they didn’t offer any explanation.
“They chose not to tell him why, or to tell me why, so at this point I’m totally in the blind,” Green said Thursday.  KABC didn’t respond to KPCC's requests for comment.
Mr. Elder switched to producing his show independely, as a live podcast weekdays at LarryElderRadio.com  

At a Ronald Regan Library lunch for L.A.'s San Fernando Valley Republican Club September 2013, Larry Elder demonstrated some of ideas about whites and blacks blaming racism for black parenting-problems. DemoCast exclusively chronicled his 30-min speech on video:




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Did the Obama administration exploit the IRS to tie-up Republican groups to ensure his re-election?

Just how accurate is President Obama’s claim that there was “not even a smidgen of corruption” in the IRS targeting scandal ? The chart’s most startling figure shows how of the 298 groups whose applications for tax exempt status were delayed, a whopping 83% were right-leaning organizations.

The other revelations – conservative groups having to answer more than 3 times as many questions as liberal groups and being approved for non-profit status 45% of the time versus 70% of the time for liberal groups – buoy the position that the IRS did in fact target conservative groups.

(Graphic courtesy Reason.com )

The IRS' stalling of the applications has cost some groups thousands in donations and grants, while other groups have not been able to survive. A communications director for a Texas-based conservative group told The Christian Post earlier that the IRS's stalling cost his group $80,000 in donations and grants. (Juan Leon in IJReview)


See Will 'Lost' IRS Emails Reveal a Corrupt White House? IBD Editorial