Conservatives are losing their grip on the nation’s hearts and minds.
We’re in a time when, if you’re a white male, you’re either a racist or a sexist.
And, as the 2016 election has proven, when you’re an old white man, you have a very high chance of being killed by a black woman, or raped by a mentally ill man.
The alt-Right has a particular, very specific, and very dangerous interest in taking over conservatism and replacing it with a far-right ideology that glorifies white supremacy.
The Conservative Political Action Conference is in full swing this weekend and a bunch of right-wing speakers are scheduled to speak.
There’s also the new and old “alt-left,” the term coined by the National Policy Institute (NPI) to describe the growing movement of leftists and progressives who have taken to the streets and protested Trump’s inauguration.
As they’ve done, the alt-Left is using the platform of CPAC to call for Trump’s impeachment.
It’s the latest manifestation of a long-standing and growing threat to the conservative movement, and it will continue to be a danger to the Republican Party as it tries to survive.
It won’t be easy, and many Republicans are trying to deal with it.
The CPAC event is not an isolated incident.
For years, the Republican party has faced a problem with the far-Right.
Over the last decade, the party has struggled to build a coalition of conservative voters and attract moderate, middle-of-the-road voters to its ranks.
Conservatives need to find a way to appeal to moderates and voters on both sides of the aisle, especially if they want to remain relevant in the midterm elections.
But the far right has become so powerful that conservatives need to get past their own discomfort and get to the middle.
That’s why CPAC is a key moment for conservatives.
As the Republican National Committee prepares to convene for its annual gathering in February, there’s a clear danger that the far Right could take over.
The far Right will take over, and we can’t have a GOP that works for conservatives, or that’s truly conservative, or is really a conservative.
It’ll be a GOP of the far Left.
The rise of the alt right will make this happen.
This week, I wrote about how the alt left is using CPAC as a forum to call out conservatives and their leaders.
But there’s another factor that could lead to the farRight taking over.
CPAC has historically been a place for Republicans to speak and strategize about politics.
And that’s because CPAC attracts many of the top leaders of the GOP to speak about their political philosophy and strategies.
CPac has always been a gathering place for GOP politicians to come together and strategise, and that’s what the alt Right will do.
They’re going to show up to CPAC with a platform to make a case that the GOP is the party of racism, sexism, xenophobia, and anti-Semitism.
They’ll be there to make their case, and the alt Left will use the platform to paint the Republican platform as being too weak on immigration, on immigration enforcement, on the minimum wage, and on gun rights.
There will be plenty of talk about gun control, and about the importance of protecting gun rights and limiting gun violence.
But, most of all, the Alt Right is going to use CPAC for a way for them to make statements that they want other people to take seriously, because, as they say, the facts don’t matter.
The Alt Right wants to paint CPAC and the Republican establishment as a place where conservatives have to lie to their voters and convince them that they’re actually conservative.
If CPAC can be used as a platform for Alt Right speakers, the GOP will lose its ability to appeal and attract moderates, and will lose the base of support that it needs to keep the party competitive.
The Republican Party will be in a political and electoral mess.
It will have to figure out a way of coming together and working together to make sure that the American people get their fair share of tax dollars, that our military is adequately funded, and all of the other promises the GOP made during the election.
But it will also have to find ways to win over a new and growing number of Americans who don’t agree with all of its ideas.
We’ve seen how the Alt Left can win elections by painting the Republican Establishment as racist and sexist.
We saw how it can use the CPAC platform to claim that Trump is a fascist.
And now we have the alt, right-Wing wing of the Alt-Right in full control of CPAN.
There is no room in our party for moderates or anyone who doesn’t agree, especially when it comes to immigration and immigration enforcement.
The right-Winger’s plan to take over the GOP isn’t going to happen without the GOP taking a hard look at how it’s running its political operation.
There are two reasons