Conservative movement types are converging on the National Capital Area this weekend for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). This is the second year that CPACers won't have to have to wade into Washington's swamps. They'll be confabbing at the National Harbor complex on the banks of the Potomac, shielded behind the Beltway from all the urban ills that afflict the "District of Corruption." But John Vaught LaBeaume is forgoing the pilgrimage to the right's annual Mecca this year. Why, he asks, should libertarians travel to CPAC, again, and subject themselves to conservative gripes for being libertarian?
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