Author archives: Danielle Saul

#CPAC2013: Sean and Rachel Campos-Duffy A Powerful Couple

Congressman Duffy (WI-7) and his wife Rachel hosted a panel this afternoon in National Harbor Rooms 2-3. The Duffy’s panel definitely lived up to their reputation as a family-oriented power couple. Sean and Rachel drew in a crowd of around fifty people and kept them engaged and laughing throughout their entire speech. They started their speech off by inviting the audience to move closer to the front of the room, […]

#CPAC2013: Benghazi Proved 'American Journalism Is Dead'

Last year’s terrorist attack in Libya that killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, demonstrated not only “derelection of duty” by President Obama, but also the failure of the news media, conservatives declared Thursday. “American journalism is dead,” said Roger Noriega, who served as an Assistant Secretary of State in the Bush administration. “Rather than raise the tough questions [about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi] they […]

#CPAC2013: Jim Sensenbrenner

Jim Sensenbrenner is a United States Congressman serving Wisconsin’s 5th district. Sensenbrenner has served for 10 years in the state legislative and was first elected in the House of Representatives in 1978. Sensenbrenner is known for a couple key pieces of legislations. Sensenbrenner introduced the Patriot Act in the house, helped pass the Child Abduction Prevention Act, and extended the Voting Rights Act for 25 years. Rep. Sensenbrenner reflected back […]

#CPAC2013: Diane Black Introduces an Alternative to Obamacare

Conservative religious groups hope a new bill filed by U.S. Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) will help them in their fight against the Obama administration’s contraceptive mandate. Known as the Health Care Conscience Rights Act, the bill would give any individual or group that opposes contraception an automatic exemption. The bill would also protect health-care workers from having to participate in abortions as part of their work or training. “I am proud […]

Funny Misprints

Since I have been involved with newspapers and ViralRead, I have noticed a ton of misprints, some I have been apart of. So the theme for this post is going to be some hilarious misprints and corrections! This just in the human brain is being changed to Brian, more at 11. Let’s do a story about how our literacy rates are improving. Oh, and let’s then counteract that positive news […]