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Video Alert: Conservative Political Action Conference

The national Conservative Political Action Conference is taking place Friday through the weekend.

To view LIVE video of speakers, click here.

Friday Schedule

9 a.m. Mike Huckabee, Former Governor of Arkansas. Marriott Ballroom.
    
10:25 a.m. Rick Santorum, Former United States Senator. Marriott Ballroom.
    
10:45 a.m. International Defender of Freedom Award - Recipient: His Excellency Vaclav Havel, Former, President of the Czech Republic (1936-2011).Accepting on his behalf: His Excellency Petr Gandalovih, Ambassador of Czech Republic to the United States. Presented by Al Cardenas, Chairman, the American Conservative Union. Marriott Ballroom.
    
10:50 a.m. Can a Balanced Budget Amendment Pass Congress & Would It Work? - Marriott Ballroom. John Barrasso (R-WY), United States Senator; Connie Mack (R-FL), United States Representative.
    
11:30 a.m. Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK), Marriott Ballroom.
    
11:40 a.m. Carly Fiorina, Board Member, the American Conservative Union, Vice Chair, National Republican, Senatorial Committee. Marriott Ballroom.
    
12 p.m. Young America's Foundation will host Governor George Allen of Virginia, who will address more than 200 students in the Virginia Ballroom.
    
12:10 p.m. Mr. / Ms. Smith Come to Washington - War Stories from The 2010 Freshman Class: Representative Mike Pompeo (R-KS); Representative Ann Marie Buerkle (R-NY). Marriott Ballroom.
    
12:55 p.m. Mitt Romney, Presidential Candidate, Former Governor of Massachusetts. Marriott Ballroom.
    
1:25 p.m. CPAC Panel Discussion, "Obamacare: Why Its Unconstitutional and What Conservatives Need to Do."
    
1:30 p.m. Rick Santorum, Presidential Candidate, Former United States Senator. Wilson C.
    
2 p.m. CPAC Premiere of A City Upon A Hill: The Spirit of American Exceptionalism - CPAC Theater. Starring Newt and Callista Gingrich.
    
3:20 p.m. Representative Allen West (R-FL). Marriott Ballroom.
    
4:10 p.m. Newt Gingrich, Presidential Candidate, Former Speaker of the House. Marriott Ballroom.
    
7:30 p.m. Ronald Reagan Banquet. Featured Speaker: Scott Walker, Governor of Wisconsin. Introduced by: Reince Priebus, Chairman, Republican National Committee. Marriott Ballroom

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