Adele Stan, the Washington editor of AlterNet, says that as crazy and extreme as some of what is said and done at the Conservative Political Action Conference seems to be, progressives should still be concerned about the ability of conservatives to win the political narrative. She explains why in my interview with her after her coverage of the conference just outside Washington.
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