RightOnline underway in Las Vegas

Checking in here from Blogger’s row at RightOnline. We’re actually in a separate room from the main session, with a live stream of the speakers piped into the room. Unfortunately, the stream frequently pauses to buffer. Hopefully in the future they can run the feed in directly, instead of via internet.

Last night we were treated to terrific speeches from Sarah Palin and Michelle Malkin. The entire theme last night was a tribute to Andrew Breitbart. He is sorely missed here, of course. Many of the people here knew him personally. We were treated to a sneak preview of the film “Hating Breitbart” and the first ever full screening of Citizen’s United new movie “Occupy Unmasked”, which exposes the supposedly “spontaneous” Occupy movement as a completely organized effort by big labor entities, specifically the SEIU.

Here is the video of Michelle Malkin’s address.

I was also pretty thrilled to meet Ed Morrissey from HotAir, which is my favorite conservative blog by far.

Ohio has a good representation of bloggers here in addition to 3BP. Matt Hurley from Weapons of Mass Discussion and Maggie Thurber from Thurber’s Thoughts are here in addition to Jason and myself.

Update: Here is Sarah’s Palin’s address to RightOnline 2012.

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Author: Nick

I was born and raised in Ohio. After growing up in the Columbus area, I moved to Cleveland to study at Case Western Reserve University, and have lived in Northeast Ohio ever since. I live in Wellington with my wife and son. I work in the private sector and have never worked in the political field.

3 thoughts on “RightOnline underway in Las Vegas”

  1. Nick, Thanks for the link to the Las Vegas conference of Americans For Prosperity. The Videos of Michele Malkin and Sarah Palin were truly inspiring.

  2. Nick, It is so great that you take your critical role as citizen journalist so seriously, building a great network in Ohio and around the country.

    Learned that Michelle Malkin attended Oberlin College…maybe she’d like to come back now, 20 years later and shake things about a bit in Southern Lorain County?

    Both Palin’s and Malkin’s tailored words to conservative bloggers were an inspiration to us wannabes. Speaking of fearless, these are a couple of strong and gutsy ladies.

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