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07/07/2014

Aug. 9: Conservative groups take people's cash for lineup they can see at ten other conferences this year

by Jeremy Hooper

This one is sponsored by Iowa's Family Leader, with Family Research Council, Citizens United, NOM, and other anti-equality groups chipping in with an assist. But sponsorship doesn't really matter since it's the same group of people that you see at all of these events, undoubtedly spouting the same lines they will use at the Values Voter Summit (held a month later), CPAC, or any of the other soirees where words like "freedom" are misused:

201407071022 [The Family Leader]

I love that the anti-gay Benham brothers get top billing above a number of sitting U.S Senators and likely presidential candidates. A fitting statement on the current state of the conservative movement.

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