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And to Your Right, Some Conservatives

Joseph Farah looks a little like Doug Henning, if you kind of squint your eyes. Or Yanni. Ron Glass, maybe?

In the past, Joseph Farah has advocated resurrecting the Hollywood blacklist (all because of Johnny Depp and George Clooney -- sorry, "George Looney," oof) and the murdering of cheating spouses (he called for the freeing of Clara Harris, the woman who ran down her hubby in Houston). And now he's coming to Dallas to deliver the keynote at the 8th Annual Freedom21 National Conference, which takes place July 19-21 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Midway Road in Addison. If nothing else, I guess, you know he won't be saying anything like this.

Farah will be joined by no less than Eagle Forum President Phyllis Schlafly and Rep. Duncan Hunter, the Republican presidential candidate and ranking Republican in the House Armed Services Committee who once called for Harry Reid's resignation when the Senate Majority Leader called the war in Iraq lost. No doubt Hunter will talk about his desire to build a fence around our borders -- because, as he says here, "I know fencing helps secure our nation’s borders because criminal activity in every statistical category has been eliminated or decreased since we built the border fence in San Diego County." Will Boba Fett be there? If not, pass. --Robert Wilonsky

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