Last year however, the social media giant clashed with CPAC organizers, after it was revealed that Facebook moderators were blocking pro-conservative news from appearing in their trending topics.
WASHINGTON — The annual Conservative Political Action Conference kicked off here this morning, and already it promises to be a wild weekend.
Thousands of conservatives have descended on the Marriott Wardman Park for three days of conservative cheerleading, Obama-bashing, and general Doomsday prophesies about American Exceptionalism.
If it's really going that badly, he'll scrap the trip. Maine's Portland Press-Herald reports: Sandy Maisel, a political science professor at Colby College, said Romney's strategy has been to overwhelm his rivals in larger primary states like Florida, and it may be tough for him to beat Paul in Maine.
"Paul is quite well organized, and many towns have already caucused," Maisel said.
Here are a few of the awesome things to watch out for at this year's CPAC: Learn everything from how to avoid scaring away your own personal Dagny Taggert in the first five minutes of the conversation, to whether Tea Partiers and Occupiers can share something more than a dislike for bailouts.
After defeats Tuesday in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri, Romney's campaign is bracing for the possibility of more bad news in Maine, where Republicans will announce the results of a weeklong series of caucuses Saturday and where Romney's TV presence has been virtually non-existent.
You won’t laugh with Stine, but you will laugh at him..
If you think this is bad—and trust me, you will—then you have to see the Conservative dating advice seminar that took place at CPAC. What misfortune in their lives made them such monumental plonkers?
"I think Romney loses more if he looks like he is drawing a line in Maine and fails than he does if he just lets it slide.
From the department of not-very-surprising-news come the not very surprising news that the Republican candidate for the US Senate in Michigan has taken down the campaign ad he aired during the Super Bowl.
Whilst not as neanderthal or freaked out as your typical Tea party rally, it didn’t let me down.