Most analysts trace Newt Gingrich’s stunning come-from-behind victory in Saturday’s South Carolina primary to his performance in the two pre-primary debates and in particular to his handling of the home-run pitches thrown him by Juan Williams and John King. Always a warrior, Mr.
You might expect that the man who becomes president of the National Rifle Association next month and was chairman of the American Conservative Union would be a double-barrel ideologue.
David Keene’s friends include liberal-leaning types like Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, former ABC correspondent Sam Donaldson, former New York Times reporter Adam Clymer, and former Democratic presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy.
JEFFERSON - The fight to preserve Second Amendment rights must take place on the homefront, David A. Keene told Fort Atkinson Wisconservation Club members Monday evening.
Keene, a Fort Atkinson native and president-elect of the National Rifle Association, emphasized the importance of ongoing efforts by local groups such as the Wisconservation Club to preserve Americans' right to bear arms.
He was the keynote speaker during the Wisconservation Club's 61st annual banquet at the Jefferson County Fair Park Activity Center in Jefferson.
“If you shoot, you must cook.”
So says hunter-fisherman David Keene, who is better known around Washington as the current chairman of the American Conservative Union and a vice-president of the National Rifle Association. (He'll become president in 2011.) Earlier this year he put on an elk dinner at his Arlington home, which POLITICO was able to attend for our Cooking with… series. In those interviews, it is always appropriate to ask the interviewee how he learned to cook. This is the first time the subject replied by saying, “I learned to cook by cooking.”