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A cheer­ful heads-up for con­ser­va­tives weary of par­ti­san di­vi­sion and hos­tile news me­dia. The Con­ser­va­tive Po­lit­i­cal Ac­tion Con­fer­ence — CPAC — be­gins in just over two weeks, com­plete with the ro­bust speeches and rous­ing pa­tri­o­tism that con­ser­va­tives thrive on. This will be CPAC No. 45, by the way, and its theme is “What Makes Amer­ica Great.”

Once again, this bo­da­cious event will be staged at Na­tional Har­bor, a glit­ter­ing re­sort seven miles south of the na­tion’s cap­i­tal on the banks of the Potomac River.

“The four-day con­fer­ence be­gins with Ac­tivism Boot Camp, an un­par­al­leled ini­tia­tive that brings to­gether the finest con­ser­va­tive or­ga­ni­za­tions in­volved in ac­tivism train­ing and cam­paign man­age­ment. The re­main­ing three days of the con­fer­ence unite the po­lit­i­cal lead­ers of the con­ser­va­tive move­ment with the peo­ple who make up the move­ment. As Pres­i­dent Ron­ald Rea­gan

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