March 13, 2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Paul Begala and Tucker Carlson returned to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) stage for the ever-popular “Fight Club 2013: A Liberal & A Conservative Duke it Out,” moderated by Colin Hanna, President of Let Freedom Ring. Begala is a CNN Political Contributor and Democratic strategist who frequently appears on CNN’s The Situation Room as well as other programs on all CNN networks. Carlson is a 20-year media veteran with a wide variety of experience in journalism and is currently a contributor to FOX News.
Both panelists sparred over a variety of issues including Benghazi, health care, and large sodas. With over three rounds of energetic conversation, Begala and Carlson concluded with a lightening round addressing topics such as the hit movie Argo, Afghanistan, IRS, Putin, NRA, Ashley Judd, Clinton Eastwood, Tea Party, Ronald Reagan, President Obama, and God.
All three rounds are available via YouTube here.
Please note that the schedule is updated daily and available on our new CPAC 2013 website under “Program.”
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