Jennifer Harper weighs in on the CPAC ban over at the Washington Times. At the end of the day, this is not about me, it's about the issue of jihad and sharia and the gravest national security threat this nation faces. The fact that this issue is forbidden at CPAC speaks volumes about how dangerously and how deeply the stealth jihadists have infiltrated into every nook and cranny of American power centers, regardless of party.
BRAND NEW Geller E-Book Available Now! Freedom or Submission: On the Dangers of Islamic Extremism & American Complacency - Get it!
Inside the Beltway: The guest watch: The Washington Times, March 4, 2013
“I applied to speak and was ignored. I tried to get a room for an American Freedom Defense Initiative event, ‘The War on Free Speech,’ and was ignored. So, for the first time in five years, I won’t be at CPAC,” declares Pam Geller, the outspoken opponent of radical Islam, who has her own theories about the situation.
She joins New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and the gay Republicans of GOProud among those also not invited to participate in the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference in mid-March, sparking yet another round of discussions among observers who ponder the wisdom of infighting while parsing the private decisions made by event organizers at the American Conservative Union.
Who’s in, who’s out? The situation presents a complex choice for conservatives.
Should the conservative group embrace all comers as critical midterm elections approach, ensuring all hands are indeed on deck and that an evolving Republican Party emerges victorious? Or should organizational leaders hold the line on authentic, established thinking, underscoring civility and traditional methods? It remains a tricky work in progress, but a vital one.