CPAC 2013 Convention Speeches
(Part 2 of 3)

The CPAC 2013 Convention Speeches highlight the conservative message for individual freedom and the free enterprise system. It is only by conservative values and conservative principles that the US Economy and your money making ideas have a chance to thrive.

Having good money making ideas are good motivators for making money. Cost prohibitive government rules and regulations are a sure discouragement for making money.

It is not enough to have a list of 1001 plus free money making ideas. Just as a seed needs the right conditions to germinate, grow and bear fruit; so do money making ideas need a business friendly environment to materialize, develop and prosper.

Many of the CPAC 2013 convention speeches champion proven common sense business friendly conservative principles meant to revive a sluggish economy.

Fundamental conservative principles like reducing the size of government, lower taxes, fewer regulations, a balanced budget and paying down the National debt are ideals for a business friendly environment.

CPAC is a political action group of conservatives that seek to fight back against big government advocates that seem to think that taxing more, barrowing more and spending more is the way to reducing the national debt. Where is the logic in that? The only logic in that is to use other people's money to buy votes to consolidate political power; regardless of the devastation it is causing the country.

CPAC is the acronym for Conservative Political Action Conference. CPAC is an annual political conference attended primarily by young conservative activists and conservative elected officials from across the United States. Conservative activist's attendees generally have an intense interest in American policies and in the direction of the nation and hope to connect with other conservatives to help shape future national policies.

CPAC is open to anyone who wishes to attend and be respectful. The conference draws conservatives from across the US to network with other conservatives; attend book signings, ceremonies, film screenings and workshops of concern to the conservative community; and most of all to listen to political speeches and panels from prominent American conservatives.

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) location varies from year to year but is generally held around the Washington, DC area to make it easy for elected officials and policy makers to attend.

The CPAC 2013 convention is the 40th anniversary of CPAC. The annual conference that started off as a small gathering of dedicated conservatives has now grown to include over 6,000 attendees annually. CPAC was founded in 1973 by the American Conservative Union (ACU).

The ACU, founded in 1964, represents the views of Americans who are concerned about the out of control government spending, our Nation's economic growth, lower taxes, issues of liberty, personal responsibility, traditional values and national security.

(All the following videos are posted to YouTube by The ACU unless otherwise specified.)

Following is Part 2 of 3 - CPAC 2013 Convention Speeches.



R-WI Governor Scott Walker CPAC 2013



LA - Governor Bobby Jindal CPAC 2013



R-TX Governor Rick Perry



Mia Love CPAC 2013
Mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah



VA - Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli



RNC Chairman Reince Priebus



Former Governor Mitt Romney CPAC 2013
(Introduced by Gov. Nikki Haley)



NRA's Wayne LaPierre CPAC 2013



NRA President David Keene



Former U.S. Representative Artur Davis CPAC 2013



Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich



Former Senator Rick Santorum



Ann Coulter CPAC 2013



Eric Metaxes and Dr. Benjamin Carson CPAC 2013



Dinesh D'Souza CPAC 2013



Brent Bozell
Founder and President of Media Research Center


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CPAC 2013 Part 3, here.





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