White House 2012 Crossword Puzzle for Week of February 27, 2011

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Use the last names of the following influential conservatives of past and present

ACROSS:

2. This former Chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee is now Vice Chair of the House Subcommittee on the U.S. Constitution and a possible candidate for Governor of a Mid-West state.

3. Considered by many to be a Neo-con, this man recieved a recess appointment to a job at the U.N. by President George W. Bush.

5. This Anglican priest and an influential theologian, emphasised reason, tolerance and the value of tradition and is considered by historians to be the father of conservatism.

7. He is said to have sold reaganomics to Ronald Reagan.

9. Her radio commentaries are heard daily on over 600 stations, and her radio talk show on education called “Eagle Forum Live” is heard weekly on 75 stations.

10. The 17th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

DOWN:

1. He warned liberals that they would have to rip his gun from his cold, dead hands.

3. His second blog endeavor, broke the ACORN scandal that brought the group to its knees.

4. A strand of pubic hair on his can of Coca-Cola almost kept him from getting his job.

6. In December of 1971, he publicly broke with the Nixon administration, criticizing “the presentation of liberal policies in the verbal trappings of conservatism.” In 1972 he challenged Nixon for the GOP presidential nomination.

7. From 1985 to 1988, he served as assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs. An outspoken conservative and sometimes a controversial figure, he twice for U.S. Senate from Maryland and once in Illinois.

8. This daughter of two Philippine citizens is a blogger, political commentator, and author whose weekly, syndicated column appears in a number of newspapers and websites nationwide.

11. The first and only woman to serve as National Security Advisor to the president of the United States.

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