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CRC at CPAC – Day Two

The 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is here!

Be sure to visit CRC’s official CPAC 2018 Booth 207 in Exhibit Hall. Come say hi – we’re excited to meet you!

Check out what America’s investigative think tank is doing at CPAC Day Two on Thursday, Feb. 22:

Catch Dr. Steven J. Allen’s speech: Revealing the “Dirty Dossier”
Thursday, Feb. 22 at 1:00 PM | Chesapeake Ball Room, Rooms E & F

Join us in Room E/F of the Chesapeake Ball Room for CRC vice president and chief investigative officer Dr. Steven J. Allen’s groundbreaking speech on the “dirty dossier.” What if the “dirty dossier” was just an excuse to spy on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign by the so-called “mainstream” media?” Dr. Allen exposes the fake document that officials in the Hillary Clinton campaign and the FBI used as justification to try to sabotage Trump’s chances in the 2016 election.


Can you stump the experts? CRC’s AMA Panel (Ask Me Anything)
Thursday, Feb. 22 at 2:00 PM | Chesapeake Ball Room, Rooms E & F

Grill our experts with that burning question about who’s who in the Left you’ve been itching to ask in this unique panel!

Which groups are funding Black Lives Matter? Who’s behind the so-called “Fight for $15” minimum wage campaign? This is your chance to learn what you can’t afford not to know about the Left – and try to stump us in the process. The first person to stump our experts wins an iPad!

Using CRC’s new database on donors, nonprofits, and influencers driving politics at InfluenceWatch.org, CRC president Scott Walter, senior vice president Matthew Vadum, vice president and chief investigative officer Dr. Steven J. Allen, and Influence Watch managing editor Michael Watson take you behind the curtains to give you the scoop the Left doesn’t want you to know about.


Get your photo taken with sheriff David Clarke
Thursday, Feb. 22 at 4:00 PM | CRC Booth 207 in Exhibit Hall

Join former Milwaukee sheriff David Clarke for this special meet-and-great and photo opportunity! Meet “America’s Sheriff” and get a taste of his soon-to-be-announced project as CRC’s chair of American Law & Culture.

Don’t forget to swing by tomorrow (Friday, Feb. 23) at 2:30 PM in Exhibit Hall for a special book-signing event with sheriff Clarke for his excellent new biography, Cop Under Fire: Moving Beyond Hashtags of Race, Crime and Politics for a Better America.

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