By 911Infidel


Some of you may be aware that Breitbart is sponsoring an alternative CPAC if you will..its called “The Uninvited”.

Breitbart – Among the topics covered: Crony Capitalism, Global Jihad, Illegal Immigration, the ongoing global persecution of Christians, and the gutting of the American Military.

Speakers include Former Attorney General of the United States Michael Mukasey and NY Times best-selling author and Breitbart Editor Peter Schweizer. Panelists will include Robert Spencer, Dan Goure, Nina Shea, Rosemary Jenks, Frank Gaffney, and Pamela Geller.Larry Solov, CEO and President of Breitbart News Network, said, “Andrew Breitbart never shied away from tackling controversial issues. He also understood that people need vigorous and sustained discussion and debate to make their own informed decisions. It is in Andrew’s spirit that we are proud to host this event.”

Breitbart Managing Editor Alex Marlow, Editor-at-Large Ben Shapiro, and Editor-at-Large Larry O’Connor will also participate.Stephen K. Bannon, Executive Chairman of Breitbart News Network, said, “This session is not simply about speakers and panelists, but about direct engagement and participation by the CPAC audience. Andrew Breitbart believed in more voices, not less, and that is what this session will be about. We will get as many people as possible to the microphone to ask their questions and engage our speakers.”

Robert Spencer has two posts out: one on his website, and the other at FrontPage, on the subject of “Why I am not a CPAC Conservative.”

Here is a portion of his article from FrontPage.

Spencer – Many years ago, when I interviewed the great avant-garde saxophonist Charles Gayle, I asked him about bitter criticism he had received for his tendency to preach a pro-life message in the middle of his concerts. “Yeah,” he said with some amusement, “they always call me ‘right-wing.’ Man, I ain’t got no wings!” Neither do I. And as the events of the past week have shown, I am not “right-wing,” either; nor, by the standards of some of the organizers and chief figures of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), am I a conservative.

Throughout my public career, of course, the mainstream media has insisted that my colleagues and I are indeed “right-wing,” and often even “far right.” Since the “far right” is the label generally given to advocates of authoritarian government and racist discrimination, this label, as common as it is, is a sheer calumny, since we are not only advocates of neither one, but opponents of a system that advances both. If working to defend the principles of the freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and the equality of rights of all people before the law is “far right,” then we should all be “far rightists”; but in reality this label is just a tool of the foes of those principles, used to discredit those who defend them.

But I am nonetheless generally considered to be a conservative. It is a label I have used myself, as a way of distinguishing my position from that of the liberals and Leftists who have generally sold out to the jihad, so blind in their hatred of Western civilization and the United States of America that they eagerly cast their lot with the foremost enemies of both. And on a practical level, that identification has been easy: Regnery Publishing, a foremost conservative publishing house, has published six of my books. Many of my books have been endorsed by the late, lamented Conservative Book Club.

Nonetheless, for all that, I am not a CPAC conservative.

Why? You’ll have to read the whole article to find out.

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  • white531

    What is happening to Scoop?  We are moving to a new home and I have been without internet.  Tonight, I had to create a new account  Strange.

    • 911infidel

      white531 Scoop switched to livefyre. The update to the new Disqus was VERY unpopular. So Scoop made the move to livefyr.

    • cozyinnewengland

      white531
      Disqus was discontinuing their old program & offered an unacceptable
      alternative. The one that didn’t work before. So TRS switched to this one.
      I was surprised too. If you scroll the back pages you’ll find their explanation.
      Good luck with your move. Many blessings!

    • http://cfp4us.org/ AmericanborninCanada

      white531 Hi Whitefriend.  This format isn’t quite as good as it used to be, but trust me- it’s way better than what disqus was trying to force Scoop to use.

      • white531

        AmericanborninCanada white531  
        I can adapt.  Just caught me off guard.

        • http://cfp4us.org/ AmericanborninCanada

          white531I imagine a few folks were caught off guard.  :-/   Some of us were trying to deal with the new disqus format but it was AWFUL!  Then Scoop got livefyre and a couple of us got on right away and started playing.  It’s still got some stuff I miss, but yeah, I’m adapting too.
          :-) It’s good to see you!

        • patriot077

          AmericanborninCanada white531 I missed out on the topsy turvy first day because I was with my grandbaby all day long. I’m still trying to catch up.

      • cabensg

        AmericanborninCanada white531   I’m just glad he didn’t change it to email only or something because I would still have doggedly tried to adjust, gotta have my daily dose of Scoop.

  • Judges718

    Scoop,
    Thanks for this post.
    I would love to see the entire Uninvited Conference if you can find it.

    • 911infidel

      Judges718 I’m keeping my eye out for it. So far all we got is really short clips. I heard it was standing room only.

      • patriot077

        911infidel Judges718 I’ve been looking for it too but so far no luck.

        • Judges718

          patriot077 911infidel
          I thought maybe Breitbart would have video posted, since they sponsored the event, but alas not.
          I did however find this short clip on Eric Holder, Fast & Furious, and the GOPe’s timid pursuit of his crimes.  
          http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV?id={F433F4EE-C9B5-4389-8C9A-9CB595E20214}&title=Breitbarts-Boyle-Talks-Permanent-Political-Class-Dodging-Press

      • Judges718

        911infidel

      • cabensg

        911infidel Judges718 Wow! big crowd huh. Very good news. I’m looking forward to seeing more. I shared the clip with Spencer.

        • 911infidel

          cabensg 911infidel Judges718 From the vids that I’ve seen looks like standing room only.

  • WaiGuoGuizi

    Is Chris Christie going to be invited to Breitbart’s event??? He wasn’t invited to CPAC.

    • https://sites.google.com/site/warpminesblog/ warpmine

      WaiGuoGuizi Why? Is he a conservative? Has he ever been? NNNNNNNNNNNooooooooooooooo.

      • CalCoolidge

        warpmine WaiGuoGuizi He must be conservative.  Coulter likes him.

        • 911infidel

          CalCoolidge warpmine WaiGuoGuizi Not anymore. She dissed him in her speech at CPAC.

      • WaiGuoGuizi

        warpmine Taking on the unions isn’t conservative? Rejecting infrastructure funding that he alleged would require his state to spend even more isn’t conservative? What is conservative? Supporting the unions???

        • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/index dmacleo

          WaiGuoGuizi warpmine anti second amendment, pro islam, pro same sex marriage, pro government growth.
          his anti conservative stances far outweigh his conservative stances and no I am not making a weight joke/pun.

        • cabensg

          dmacleo WaiGuoGuizi warpmine His speech at the Republican convention was so lack luster I didn’t even watch all of it.

        • https://sites.google.com/site/warpminesblog/ warpmine

          dmacleo WaiGuoGuizi warpmine Thanks for the assist as I was working the crew today.

        • https://sites.google.com/site/warpminesblog/ warpmine

          cabensg dmacleo WaiGuoGuizi warpmine I was going to use it to mut my four year old to sleep.

    • http://cfp4us.org/ AmericanborninCanada

      WaiGuoGuizi I don’t think Christie would get along with the Jihad watch folks, seeing as he called folks ignorant bigots when he appointed a muslim judge to the NJ courts.

      • WaiGuoGuizi

        AmericanborninCanada You might be right, but only if the Jihad Watch folks are ignorant bigots. Isn’t opposing someone’s judicial nomination because of their religion the very definition of bigotry?

        • 911infidel

          WaiGuoGuizi AmericanborninCanada Isn’t protecting the nation the number one goal of government? Islam is no religion. It is a man-made construct that seeks to conquer and subjigate the world by stealth and the sword that hides under the rubric of a religion. Try studying the Koran and the Hadiths sometime before calling others “bigots”.

        • cabensg

          WaiGuoGuizi AmericanborninCanada Only to Muslim loving liberals. Muslims are allowed to lie to Dimmies but to be a Muslim you must believe and want Sharia law which is in direct opposition to United States law. It actually should be unconstitutional to appoint a Muslim judge in this country.

        • WaiGuoGuizi

          911infidel WaiGuoGuizi AmericanborninCanada  By definition, Islam is a religion. Most of its followers don’t even want to take over the world or engage in terrorism. That is like saying that Christians want to take over the world. “Christians had Crusades!!!” Christians think America is a “Christian Nation,” so they are trying to take over America.
          Christian conservatives seem to be the most pro-religion, anti-attacks on religion people in the country, but then some of them also attack the Muslim religion very harshly.
          You sound like Richard Dawkins calling it a “manmade construct.” Of course it is. That doesn’t change the fact that it is a religion. You are just saying something that is necessary of a religion.

        • WaiGuoGuizi

          cabensg WaiGuoGuizi AmericanborninCanada Um, yeah, I’m pretty sure that opposing people because of their religion is bigotry… In fact, I often read on conservative websites about how liberals are engaging in anti-Christian hate because they sometimes make comments that are derogatory about Christianity. Are you saying that liberal anti-Christian bigots aren’t bigots???

        • WaiGuoGuizi

          cabensg WaiGuoGuizi AmericanborninCanada  You actually support an unconstitutional, hateful, and bigoted amendment. You are a member of Bull Connor Democrat wing of the Republican Party. Mr. Connor wouldn’t have wanted blacks to be appointed as judges.

        • Kangeroo

          WaiGuoGuizi cabensg AmericanborninCanada America was founded by Christians, not Muslims.  Islam is antithetical to the US Constitution…that means practicing Muslims will never fit in.  That is a practical FACT that must be faced.  Under the Islamic faith, Sharia law is at odds with and subverts the US Constitution.  European countries are finding out the hard way what large numbers of Muslims immigrants mean to their culture and laws.  It is too late for them, but not for us.

    • cabensg

      WaiGuoGuizi He’s been invited back to the White House for another State Dinner and a photo opp with Obama. It’s gonna be double hug time if there’s a big celebrity there that Christie loves.

  • http://cfp4us.org/ AmericanborninCanada

    Breitbart would be proud.  I hope more Conservatives join them in this for next year if they do it again. Noticed the straw poll at CPAC and seems as if the same choices are being made for folks again already.  I know- I’m going to get a lot of flack for that comment.
    Good for the “uninvited’!

    • Jim25

      AmericanborninCanada 
      Whatever you think of Rand, he’s definitely not “the same choices as before”.

      • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

        Maybe so, but AbiC is right:  let them all stand on their own, and we will make our choice.

        • Jim25

          RighteousCrow_JustCaws  
          We can make our choice, but that’s what those polls are for. It’s always been their point and Rand has the momentum in our movement, which the poll reflects. 
          It was a grassroots showing and Rube didn’t get first. And although Rand got the most some might pick Santorum. That’s fine, it’s everyone’s choice to make.

        • Jim25

          RighteousCrow_JustCaws  
          I like ABC but CPAC’s always had a straw poll. It’s what they do, there’s not an alternative motive to it and the boys club candidates all lost.

          The grassroots may not agree on a candidate but one of our choices won it.

        • Jim25

          RighteousCrow_JustCaws 
          It’s helpful to weigh the opinions of conservatives as to who they feel like being their next pres.

        • 911infidel

          Jim25 RighteousCrow_JustCaws Polls? Lets see. Harry Truman said something about polls which I posted the other day. Perhaps you missed it?  ”
          How far would Moses have gone if he had taken a poll in Egypt?
          What would Jesus Christ have preached if he had taken a poll in the land of
          Israel? What would have happened to the Reformation if Martin Luther had taken a
          poll? It isn’t polls or public opinion of the moment that counts. It’s right and
          wrong and leadership.”

        • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

          I think we’re in agreement?

        • cabensg

          Jim25 RighteousCrow_JustCaws In my opinon it’s because the younger voters have gone all libertarian about getting drugs without adult supervision which is what drug laws are all about. The laws may need some tweaking but we don’t need a country of druggies going to the drug station for their fix. What we need is a war on Psych drugs which are sanctioned and encouraged by our government because a lobotomized populace is even easier to control.

        • cabensg

          911infidelJim25RighteousCrow_JustCaws 
          It’s right and
          wrong and leadership. Of course it is but how many truly understand that. There would be no Obama presidency if people actually cared about leadership and who should be doing it.

        • 911infidel

          RighteousCrow_JustCaws Yep. I was replying to Jim25

        • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

          911infidelRighteousCrow_JustCaws 

          Okay, thanks – I’m trying to figure out the new comment vehicle.
          =;>

        • 911infidel

          RighteousCrow_JustCaws 911infidel Yeah. If a converstaion is started and several reply to one commenter, all the responders are CC’d.

        • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

          911infidel RighteousCrow_JustCaws    Ahaaa!  A little confusing but good, too.  Probably rounds out the conversation better.
          Really appreciate all the effort behind the RS ‘curtain.’

        • white531

          911infidel Jim25 RighteousCrow_JustCaws Good words, Infidel.

    • libertifirst

      AmericanborninCanada Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are likely just being used by the establishment. Either that, or they are on their way to being promoted for higher office, or to take a fall in a sham 2016 election. Rubio, Christie, Ryan, and many more have been promoted for a reason, then they fall out of the scene. The GOP establishment, and the media promote whoever they choose, and we seem to follow along every time. We get worked up by some good speeches, but ultimately, they disappoint. I am at the point now that I just see their media stars as insignificant to any real change in D.C.. I like Rand and Cruz, but until they actually accomplish something real, it’s all just talk or showmanship.

      • cabensg

        libertifirst AmericanborninCanada I have to disagree with the part about showmanship. We’ve been starved for someone, anyone to step forward and argue against Obama and liberals. Rand and Cruz are doing their job. This is why they were sent there. It’s just so odd to have anyone take their job as Senator serious it seems like grandstanding, but this is what all of our Senators should be doing. We’re so use to hearing nothing substantial from any of them it does seem strange that finally someone takes their job seriously. I also see nothing wrong with receiving approval for doing your job.

        • libertifirst

          cabensg libertifirst AmericanborninCanada I understand where you are coming from. My view is simply based on the fact that this is a reciprocation of past events. There is a pattern to how these things are done. The establishment knows who can gain the support of conservatives, so they put them up for us to cheer for them. The reality of the situation is that people like Boehner, McCain, Graham, McConnel,  etc. retain the power positions and control the whole cabal. In the end, guys like Cruz and Paul are only put on the stage to keep us hooked into the supposed only party that we can support. They would love for us to think that people like Rand, Cruz, West, etc. have growing influence to give us hope for the next election. The problem is that fraud picks the power brokers, so they never loose their strangle hold on the process, and retain their dictatorial grip on the overall agenda, and the election process. 
          It’s a sham. I like to hear Cruz and Paul give those speeches, but I am not fooled into thinking that what they are being allowed to do is going somewhere significant. It never happens, which made me try to figure out why. There has to be a reason, and what I came up with is simply the fact that the establishment in D.C. and the MSM (including Fox) coordinate this effort to deceive us, and it works most of the time. Otherwise, there would be a mass exodus of support for these fake media heads and their dribble that is designed to keep our eyes off of the ball.

        • white531

          libertifirst cabensg AmericanborninCanada Again, libertifirst, your words are like fine music, with a glass of Chardonnay.  What you just stated, is exactly what is happening.

        • Jim25

          libertifirst cabensg AmericanborninCanada  
          They’ll try to fleece them out of winning, but they can only go so far.
          Ryan, Christie and Rubio didn’t put their money where their mouth was. These two are and the approval they’re getting from it shows the public is waking up to it.

      • white531

        libertifirst AmericanborninCanada libertifirst, I believe you have come pretty close to the problem we are facing.  It is action, not words, that will restore us to the right path.

        • libertifirst

          white531 libertifirst AmericanborninCanada Thanks white. I would love to see some of our conservative alternative media outlets start hammering on the election process, rather than keeping busy with the daily rhetoric. We need an anti-electronic election movement. Maybe then we could get rid of McLame, Boehner, and the rest.

        • white531

          libertifirst white531 AmericanborninCanada I most certainly agree.

        • Jim25

          white531 libertifirst AmericanborninCanada  
          A filibuster is action. More than has been taken in a very long time.

      • Jim25

        libertifirst AmericanborninCanada  
        On what planet are Rand Paul and Cruz part of the establishment exemplified by McCain and Graham who panicked over the filibuster and used the word showmanship to describe it because people are learning to value their freedoms because they put drone strikes on trial for the nation to see, turning Obama from “cool guy who cares for you” to a cold-blooded tyrant, as I heard one person I forget the name of phrase it? They made it pretty clear, they’re not working with these guys.
        That IS an accomplishment just like Rand’s father, who also won CPAC twice and has been praised by some anti-freedom media figures like Jon Stewart, not passing any major legislation but getting his message out to people was an accomplishment. In contrast, Rubio hasn’t accomplished anything conservative, only palling with McCain and Graham on an illegal war in Libya and an immigration bill because he’s not making waves. 
        I don’t see anything wrong with them getting rewarded for that by conservatives.  We should congratulate when someone defends the Constitution as cabensg said, it’s very rare to see folks up there use their position like that. We’re not hipsters. It’s what they all should be doing but aren’t.

        • libertifirst

          Jim25 libertifirst AmericanborninCanada Sure, it is nice to hear some good words, and even see some gridlock in congress, but what will be the end result? What we need to hear from these guys is that their colleagues are corrupt and are purposefully destroying this country. Of course, if they did that, they would not get the interviews, or be on any committees, etc. Even Rand and Cruz serve a purpose to the establishment when they are speaking against it. 
          They need to start calling out McCain and the rest as being tyrants, plain and simple. They need to start calling people who vote to kill civilians with drones “murderers”. The same goes for those who support abortion. Why not just call them murderers? What good has “getting along” done this country. We need people who get into office to risk their political standing and careers speaking the truth. Otherwise, we will just simply continue to slowly decline until we are done for. 
          A few years ago, you would be listening to Boehner give the same kind of “great” speeches. The media gave him the coverage, and he became speaker of the house. Then he goes against everything he supposedly stood for, and the tough guy attitude is gone. People on this site were all worked up and supporting Boehner. 
          The same goes for Paul Ryan, and many more. Allen West talked a good game, but many, including myself, were quite disappointed with many of his votes. I’ve been watching this game play out for a couple of decades now, and it never changes, and everything just gets worse and worse. 
          We don’t have enough time left to hope for something that will never come, and expect that to save us. Talk is cheap. Rand most certainly is not his father. He turned off a lot of people when he endorsed Romney. What good did that do him? Well, Romney lost, and Rand lost credibility as a principled conservative. 
          I like Rand and Cruz, but they are being used to keep people on the republican hook, and to keep the establishment republicans in power by being the “liberty” wing of the republican party, which is a very small part of it. Now that they have made some progress and notoriety in the main stream, they need to leave the party and run third party. At very least, they need to quit supporting the tyrants like Romney and the rest.

        • Jim25

          libertifirst Jim25 AmericanborninCanada  
          It’s called manners or decorum. I don’t think we’ve ever had a non-liberal who broke decorum and professionalism like that. For instance, Ron Paul would try to be concillatory towards many liberals, he worked on a bill with Barney Frank instead of attacking him personally. He reached out to Obama’s establishment backer Jon Stewart and although it shocked me looking it up, Obama’s Communist sycophantic surrogate Jon Huntsman and didn’t call people murderers. But there’s more important things than semantics.

          I will say you got some of what you wanted with Bachmann. She said we should investigate disloyalty to the US in Congress and attacked the loyalty of Hillary’s chief of staff.

          How can you say you like them but then compare them to Boehner and Ryan? Boehner and Ryan have records of backing the establishment’s stuff, I think the support for these two is more organic and natural.

        • Jim25

          You also say actions speak louder than words, so that means actions taken are more important than semantics.

        • Jim25

          They were basically calling them tyrants, getting too much power using drones.

  • Jim25

    Sour grapes. I think he’s complained about every CPAC since 2010. It’s gotten old and he needs to get over it instead of this drama queen “the uninvited” stuff. 
    “controversial speakers” Okay, good for no white nationalists but there’s at least one Bushie globalist, the Alberto Gonzales replacement Mukasey.

    • 911infidel

      Jim25 Sour grapes? Spencer makes the valid point that CPAC much like the government has been infiltrated by stealth jihadis and he is correct. Why should he align himself with an organization that purports to be conservative while enabling the enemies of the Constitution.? If one wishes to align themselves with enemies of the Constitution who wish to subsume the Bill of Rights under Sharia…that individual or individuals is either ignorant bu choice or is doing it on purpose…in which case that individual is no longer either a patriot or a conservative. That is the salient point of the arguement that Spencer is making. Sour grapes> Hardly. He already has the #1 conservative blog on the net. So the award is a who-cares accolade anyways.

      • white531

        911infidel Jim25 Well stated.

  • Jim25

    If they’re having a conference on Islam that’s supposed to pick people that CPAC didn’t, why not bring …Debbie Schlussel?
    While I don’t always agree with her, she’s interesting, original and speaks her mind all the time, no matter who’s bad side it would get on, even Spencer’s.

    • RSFan

      Jim25 Very true. Debbie has a harsh way of putting forth the facts but facts are stubborn things. I’m a huge Levin fan but Debbie just blasted Levin over an error he made, and it was a silly error. Still love Debbie though.

  • cabensg

    So Spencer didn’t roll over and play dead just because of an award and not being invited to CPAC. Very well done. We’d better hope there are many more willing to join him in opposition to the treason of our governments support for our enemies.

  • davienne

    i have to agree with this… the GOP and alot of republicans just dont want to hear this… they dont want people to know that they will not open their eyes to the imminent threat to the country…. the fact that the muslim brotherhood is in every branch of government….

  • 57thunderbird

    I am not a CPAC conservative either.

  • suzy000

    I want to emphasize like I have stated on other threads…..until we see valid documentation…polls etc. of Muslim countries where a majority do not support Jihad…a holy war of terror in the name of God….I cannot and WILL NOT assume that the majority of Islamists support equality in religion, gender and race.  Now if the GOP’s platform states that a majority of Muslims believe in peaceful equality…then I  need to leave the Republican Party because they are only deluding themselves!

    • cabensg

      suzy000 Liberals in this country including liberal Republicans call Islam a Religion of peace. Granted some may be saying it so they don’t get their head chopped off but mostly it’s because their idiots. 
      There will never be a poll in Muslim countries asking if they support Jihad. If you are Muslim you must support the teachings of the Koran which teaches Jihad against non-believers. This is why the only Muslims you’ll ever hear speak out against Jihad are former Muslims.

  • Kangeroo

    NEWSFLASH!!!***Why Obama needed a “taster” before he would eat at the dinner serving Main lobster:  Obama is a Muslim this proves it:  Muslims do not eat lobster!  And he NEVER TOUCHED THE DINNER!

  • white531

    I like this guy.  Actuallly, I like anyone who speaks the truth about what is happening to our country, right before our very eyes.  Is Obama a Muslim?  Unless you are a total Idiot, the answer is yes.
    Was he sent here to destroy this country?  Unless you are a total Idiot, the answer is yes.
    Did he meet the requirements of the Presidency? Unless you are a total Idiot, well I’ll leave that to your own intelligence.
    We have the problem,  called, “Obama.”  Question is, what do we do with the problem?
    Get rid of the problem, would be my answer.

  • Jim25

    @AmericanborninCanada  
    It must’ve been very bad then. All of our old posts have been deleted and we have to use this burdensome system to talk.

  • Jim25

    I went by Alex, probably sounds a little better than Jim. 
    Why did they want to give us a cruddy new system?