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Prose-Peddling Pols Swarm CPAC

The annual Conservative Political Action Conference is once again upon us, bringing together hundreds if not thousands of right-wing activists determined to crack the code to winning back over the government.  

A number of prominent House and Senate Republicans are scheduled to rally the faithful during the weekend long strategy session .  

Some are even bringing along some product to push.  

In addition to the donation-driven receptions and private meet-and-greets sprinkled about National Harbor, several past, present and would-be politicos are expected to hunker down for book signings of their personal texts.  

The nightstand stocking opportunities include:  

Thursday, 2:30 p.m.: Rep. Steve Pearce, R-N.M., signs copies of “Just Fly the Plane, Stupid!”  

Currently No. 575,242 in Amazon’s Kindle rankings. Friday, 1 p.m.: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., signs “Government Bullies”  

Currently No. 141,057 in Amazon’s best-seller rankings.  

Friday, 3 p.m.: Former Senate hopeful Christine O’Donnell signs “Troublemaker, Let’s Do What It Takes to Make America Great Again”  

Currently No. 932,947 in Amazon’s best-seller rankings.  

Friday, 3 p.m.: Former Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa., signs “American Patriots: Answering the Call to Freedom” and “It Takes a Family”  

Currently No. 355,665 in Amazon’s best-seller rankings.  

Currently No. 749,887 in Amazon’s best-seller rankings.  


Saturday, 11 a.m.: Ex-Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., signs “Falling in Love with America Again”  

Currently No. 182 in Amazon’s best-seller rankings.  

Saturday, 1 p.m.: Former Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., signs “Breakout”  

Currently No. 51,980 in Amazon’s best-seller rankings.  

(Constitution-themed bookmarks, not included.)

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