-By Warner Todd Huston
The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has announced that its keynote speaker will be Wisconsin Congressman and former GOP Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan.
“We are pleased to announce that Congressman Paul Ryan will be a featured speaker at CPAC 2013,” said Al Cardenas, American Conservative Union Chairman and CPAC host. “From the day he was elected, Chairman Ryan has been a strong voice in Congress for pro-growth, free-market economic policies and has always been a CPAC favorite.”
The three-day conference scheduled to begin March 14 has for forty years been one of the biggest conservative meetings in the country and has served as a major forum for Republicans and conservatives seeking the White House.
While Rep. Ryan has not announced any decisions to seek the GOP nomination for 2016, his CPAC appearance could serve as a first step toward a run for president.
By the way, everyone, I’ll be at CPAC once again this year, so I’ll be reporting about Ryan’s speech.
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Warner Todd Huston is a Chicago based freelance writer. He has been writing opinion editorials and social criticism since early 2001 and before that he wrote articles on U.S. history for several small American magazines. His political columns are featured on many websites such as Andrew Breitbart’s BigGovernment.com, BigHollywood.com, and BigJournalism.com, as well as RightWingNews.com, RightPundits.com, CanadaFreePress.com, StoptheACLU.com, AmericanDaily.com, among many, many others. Mr. Huston is also endlessly amused that one of his articles formed the basis of an article in Germany’s Der Spiegel Magazine in 2008.
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