Although Mitt Romney will need independents to turn out for November's general election, don't expect him to abandon his conservative image. (credit: Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

General Balance: Romney Tilts Right

He will need independents in November, but Mitt Romney isn’t abandoning his “severely conservative” record.


Occupy DC protestors at an event in February. (Credit: Kevin Rincon / WNEW)

Occupy DC Protestors Turn Attention To CPAC

With a little more than a week passed since police cracked down on their McPherson Square location, Occupy DC protestors turned their sights on the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday.


Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney talks to an overflow crowd during a campaign rally in Grand Junction, Colorado (Photo Credit: EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP / Getty Images)

Conservatives: Romney’s OK If Obama Is Alternative

WASHINGTON (AP) — If Mitt Romney needs some good news in an otherwise lousy week, he might find it in an improbable place: the packed hallways of the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington. Interviews […]


Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum delivers remarks to the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Marriott Wardman Park on Feb. 10, 2012 in Washington, D.C. (credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Santorum To CPAC: Don’t Settle For Romney

Presidential candidate Rick Santorum implored conservatives Friday not to settle for Mitt Romney’s more moderate record, and to instead insist on nominating an unapologetic conservative that “the party’s excited about.”




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