With the support of the Tea Party Patriots, Tea Party Express, CHQ and other grassroots conservatives Curt Clawson won the FL-19 GOP primary because he ran as an outsider and he ran a grassroots campaign focused on the conservative economic agenda.

Now it appears that, after the conservative firestorm over Bush’s “act of love” remarks, Bush is reverting to type and talking out of both sides of his mouth on amnesty for illegal aliens.

Citizen outrage continues to rise and were federal bureaucrats to attempt another land grab along the Red River it could become another Bundy Ranch-style confrontation between citizens protecting their private property and overreaching federal bureaucrats.

CHQ Exclusives

  • With the support of the Tea Party Patriots, Tea Party Express, CHQ and other grassroots conservatives Curt Clawson won the FL-19 GOP primary because he ran as an outsider and he ran a grassroots campaign focused on the conservative economic agenda.

  • Now it appears that, after the conservative firestorm over Bush’s “act of love” remarks, Bush is reverting to type and talking out of both sides of his mouth on amnesty for illegal aliens.

  • Citizen outrage continues to rise and were federal bureaucrats to attempt another land grab along the Red River it could become another Bundy Ranch-style confrontation between citizens protecting their private property and overreaching federal bureaucrats.

  • As CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie told The Washington Post, “It seems like ‘Groundhog Day.’ ” And we’re trying to figure out which alternate universe establishment Republicans are living in now that The Post, which claims to be the “nation’s newspaper of record,” has dubbed Mitt Romney a GOP elder statesman.

  • Today’s secular liberals just don’t seem to understand that when they try to drive Christians from the public square, or outlaw the public expression of Christian belief, we Christians have been there before.

  • When Jerry DeLemus told The Business Insider "We are willing to give our lives," to protect the Bundy Ranch that’s the beginning of the fight to restore constitutional government in this country and exactly the remedy to end a lawless government that James Madison had in mind in Federalist 44.

  • Jason Conger clearly represents the values of the GOP grassroots, unlike his opponent, and most importantly, Conger is willing to rock the boat to advance them – we are proud to endorse Jason Conger in the Oregon Republican Senate Primary.

    Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, ConservativeHQ.com

  • Every so often friends send us material from the internet that sounds great, but when we look into the material, it turns out to be phony or an urban legend. Here's a "letter to the editor" that has been making the rounds of the web, that is spot on, and really was originally published in the Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon on March 19, 2014.

  • Bob Marshall, Mark Savitt, Rob Wasinger, Stephen Hollingshead and Howie Lind all presented their vision of what priorities Virginia’s next Representative in Congress for District 10 should pursue. We’d love to know where Barbara Comstock stands on the issues of illegal immigration and the re-election of the current House Republican leadership; unfortunately, she has steadfastly declined opportunities to discuss these important issues on the same stage as her opponents. Watch the entire event here.

  • Through the increasing militarization of the civilian agencies of the federal government the very fundamental Fifth Amendment constitutional principle that no one may be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law is being slowly destroyed. It is time for We the People, to say “No more.”

  • In what place therefore ye hear the sound of the trumpet, resort ye thither unto us: our God shall fight for us.
    Nehemiah 4:20 (KJV)

  • Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, ConservativeHQ.com

    In my new book TAKEOVER I cite The Wall Street Journal as one of the few remaining conservative daily newspapers in America and give the WSJ a lot of credit for the defeat of Hillarycare, but sometimes they get it wrong and they got both the history and the politics wrong in Gerald F. Seib's April 14 article “Senate Republicans Seek Truce With Tea Party.”

CHQ Front Page

  • Mary Katherine Ham, Hot Air

    Surely in the untold reams of regulations, they could codify that they shouldn’t give piles of money to people charged with collecting your piles of money who then neglect to pay the proper piles of money to the organization for whom they’re charged with collecting piles of money!

  • Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

    When the IRS revokes tax-exempt status of a 501(c)(3) organization, the sanction is considered so severe that tax practitioners refer to it as the “death penalty.”

  • Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

    Eric Cantor has never been closer to wielding the speaker's gavel, but he may want to keep an eye over his right shoulder.

  • Allahpundit, Hot Air

    They’re both from the blue state of Illinois (albeit from reliably Repub. districts) and have broken with conservatives before. Kinzinger opposed the “defund” effort last fall and scrapped with Ted Cruz over Syria. Schock, a member of McCarthy’s team, once said that he expected Cantor’s DREAM Act would pass.

  • Cameron Joseph, The Hill

    NC House Speaker Thom Tillis (R) and Tea Party favorite Greg Brannon (R) tussled throughout their first primary debate Tues., sparring over gun control, ObamaCare and other issues. Brannon repeatedly attacked Tillis's conservative credentials, arguing he wasn't right enough on a raft of issues.

  • Eric Owens, Daily Caller

    “It defies logic that a fed. agency would seek to punish a private company for instituting a widely-accepted business practice, especially since this agency engages in the same,” Cherylyn Harley LeBon said. “This is an example of the lengths to which this presidency will go to advance their divisive agenda.”

  • Jason Devaney, NewsMax

    Texas A.G. Greg Abbott is telling the federal gov't to stay out of a land dispute along his state's border with Oklahoma. According to reports, the government is considering taking the land, which stretches 116 miles along the Red River.

  • Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill

    The Texas senator called Sasse the “strongest conservative voice” in the open-seat race.

  • Brendan Bordelon, Daily Caller

    Krauthammer hails the SCOTUS 'towering' affirmative action decision, saying, "It's exactly the way you want to do it in a democracy."

  • David Limbaugh, TownHall

    Let Obama gloat about his one s-called victory (OCare), because the more he bloviates in defense of the indefensible -- the more he spins the unspinnable -- the more damage he'll do to the cause he's trying to promote: the election of Dem. congressmen in Nov.

  • ConventionOfStates.com Staff

    Sarah Palin rallied grassroots patriots working to bring about a Convention of the States for Arizona to not give up after Andy Biggs, AZ State Sen. President, pulled a Harry-Reid-like tactic to halt the bill.

  • Paul Bremmer, NewsBusters.org

    PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff interviewed former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, and she tried to get the amiable, elderly jurist to criticize his more conservative former colleagues by asking if they had an agenda. Stevens didn’t take the bait.

  • Jessica Chasmar, The Washington Times

    The IRS has revoked the tax-exempt status of a conservative charity, The Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty, for making statements critical of Hillary Rodham Clinton and John Kerry.

  • Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

    Sen. Matt Rosendale shot down a drone in an ad and says "The federal gov't is too big and too powerful. More taxes and regulations put Montana families out of work. Spying on our citizens?

  • John Hayward, Human Events

    The rule of law is replaced by the subjective judgment of politicians. 

  • Robby Soave, Daily Caller

    A Marietta, GA school district asked the police to prohibit certain students from setting foot on school property because their parents had privacy concerns about Common Core-aligned standardized testing, and wished to opt their kids out.

  • Katie Gorka, Breitbart

    Persecution of Christians is on an upward trajectory that runs parallel to the Islamist awakening and has accelerated under the so-called “Arab Spring.” Yet it has not made it to the top-ten list of priorities for American policymakers.

  • Patrick Buchanan, Buchanan.org

    A new world is coming. While perhaps unwelcome news for the transnational elites championing such causes as climate change and battling global economic inequality, it's hard to see any great threat in all this to the true interests of the American people.

  • Kevin D. Williamson, National Review

    From the fiscal to the familial, conservatives have the right answers. 

  • Ron Paul, InfoWars.com

    If the Nevada land in question was privately owned, the dispute over whether to allow the ranchers to continue to use it would have been resolved without sending in armed agents to remove the Bundys’ cattle from the land. This is why the gov't should rid itself of all federal land holdings.

  • Cameron Joseph, The Hill

    The US Chamber backed Rep. David Joyce (R-OH) against his Tea Party challenger, OH state Rep. Matt Lynch (R). The Chamber has backed business Repubs. over hard-line conservatives. They endorsed Rep. Kingston (R-Ga.) in his Sen. primary recently. 

  • Sandy Fitzgerald, Newsmax

    Nonviolent drug convicts who have served long sentences could leave prison sooner, as President Barack Obama plans to consider additional clemency applications, Attorney General Eric Holder said.