AFP’s TXOnline 2014 in Pictures (18 Pics)


This week-end, Kemberlee Kaye at Americans for Prosperity flew me out to Houston, Texas for the first TXOnline. The first night, we partied at Melissa Clouthier’s house and then on Day 2 and 3, we settled into the conference. What follows are the pictures along with a few relevant tweets. Enjoy!

How "Texas" was Melissa Clouthier's huge, awesome house? This Texas.

How “Texas” was Melissa Clouthier’s huge, awesome house? This Texas.

Tabitha Hale dips her toes in Melissa Clouthier's pool.

Tabitha Hale dips her toes in Melissa Clouthier’s pool.

Jim Geraghty, Kemberlee Kaye and Dan McLaughlin

Jim Geraghty, Kemberlee Kaye and Dan McLaughlin

Emily Zanotti, Lauren Bouton, Alex

Emily Zanotti, Lauren Bouton, Alex

The worst birthday cake captioning ever. That's supposed to be Erik Telford's Twitter handle, blametelford.

The worst birthday cake captioning ever. That’s supposed to be Erik Telford’s Twitter handle, blametelford.

John Hawkins and Tabitha Hale

John Hawkins and Tabitha Hale

Dana Loesch opens up the conference

Dana Loesch opens up the conference

Irina Moses, Leslie Dowd, Jen RN

Irina Moses, Leslie Dowd, Jen RN

Chelsie Paulson, Lauren Luxenburg

Chelsie Paulson, Lauren Luxenburg

Brandon Darby, Kathleen McKinley

Brandon Darby, Kathleen McKinley

Amelia Hamilton, Lee Doren, Irina Moses

Amelia Hamilton, Lee Doren, Irina Moses

Larry O'Connor, Lachlan Markay, Sarah Rumpf

Larry O’Connor, Lachlan Markay, Sarah Rumpf

John Hawkins, Charles Cooke

John Hawkins, Charles Cooke

Lawrence Jones and Anita Moncrief

Lawrence Jones and Anita Moncrief

Sonny Bunch, Lauren Bouton, Political Math

Sonny Bunch, Lauren Bouton, Political Math

Kira Davis

Kira Davis

Noah Rothman, Kevin Williamson

Noah Rothman, Kevin Williamson

Breeanne Howe, Matt Walsh

Breeanne Howe, Matt Walsh

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