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)

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