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.

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.”

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.

A May 9, 2013, email reveals IRS plans to meet with the Department of Justice over whether to prosecute groups that “lied” about plans for political activity.

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.

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.”

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.

CHQ Exclusives

  • What’s my foolproof plan for defeating Common Core and amnesty for illegal aliens? As I outline in my new book TAKEOVER, in its simplest form it is this: Elect a majority of Republican precinct committeemen who subscribe to limited-government constitutional conservative principles in every county in America.

    Richard A. Viguerie, author and Chairman of CHQ

  • In my new book TAKEOVER I make the case that conservatives been fighting the Democrats, when the greatest impediments to the conservative governance of America are not Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid; they are John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy and Reince Priebus. Now it looks like 40 to 50 members of the House Republican Conference agree with me.

    By Richard A. Viguerie, Author & CHQ Chairman

  • Sunday’s VA-10 congressional candidate forum hosted by WMAL’s Chris Plante will be streamed live on ConservativeHQ.com announced CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie. The URL for the live stream is http://bit.ly/1gPG2gc

  • When you look at the BLM being run by Harry Reid crony Neil Kornz, the sweetheart deal Rory Reid already negotiated for land in Clark County on behalf of Chinese energy giant ENN Energy and Harry Reid’s comment that “it’s not over,” it doesn’t take a whole lot of imagination to connect the dots and come to the conclusion that the Bundy Ranch standoff was intended to provoke a confrontation that would result in the Bundy family’s removal from their ranch – or death.

  • TAKEOVER is the only book on the market that provides conservatives with the history, the ideas, the strategy and tactics and a practical plan to win the 102-year civil war in the Republican Party and govern America by 2017.

  • A May 9, 2013, email reveals IRS plans to meet with the Department of Justice over whether to prosecute groups that “lied” about plans for political activity.

  • For most of its history the U.S. avoided what George Washington termed “entangling alliances.”  The Russian invasion of Crimea has triggered a cascade of demands for NATO, mostly meaning America, to act.  Americans should sympathize with the Ukrainian people, who have been victimized by Moscow.  But that does not warrant extending military support or security guarantees to Kiev.  

  • Five Republicans vying for the VA-10 congressional nomination, Stephen Hollingshead, Howie Lind, Bob Marshall, Mark Savitt, Rob Wasinger have all confirmed. Barbara Comstock has yet to commit to participating in the event co-hosted by CHQ and other leading conservative organizations.

  • TAKEOVER is the only book that discusses America's most important political battle and it's not between Republicans and Democrats -- it is the civil war in the Republican Party between limited government constitutional conservatives and the Big Government Republican Establishment.

  • There’s a secret history of the most important battle in American politics that no one else has been willing to talk about for over 100 years – and it will decide the future of this great country, not just for an election or two, but for generations to come.

  • By Richard A. Viguerie, Author & CHQ Chairman

    In the latest excerpt from TAKEOVER Richard Viguerie explains how to transform the Republican Party from a half-strength, ideologically split party into a full-strength, 75 percent majority conservative political juggernaut. And it all starts right in your own neighborhood. Buy TAKEOVER TODAY on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your favorite bookseller!

  • The Republican establishment is playing games to stay in power, and the losers in the game are the people of Tennessee, you the American taxpayer, and your children and grandchildren.

CHQ Front Page

  • Richard A. Viguerie, Politico

    "I've been a GOP insurgent for 50 years. And I'm not done yet."

  • Neil Munro, Daily Caller

    The American Legion is suddenly a player in the immigration fight because it has come out in opposition to a minor, but critical amendment to the draft '15 defense bill. The amendment would allow illegal immigrants to get slots in the U.S. military that are sought by American volunteers.

  • J. Christian Adams, PJ Media

    Democrats and leftists at the Justice Dept, the Senate, and the IRS discussed jailing political opponents. Just wait until the American people learn more about the modern American version of history’s speech regulators.

  • Thomson/Reuters Staff

    A group encouraging Dr. Ben Carson to run for president raised $2.4 million in the first 3 months of 2014, more than the group backing Hillary Clinton or those affiliated with Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and other potential candidates.

  • Jason Howerton, The Blaze

    “Only a law enforcement officer should be allowed to use weapons,” she said. The same woman also told Joseph that he shouldn’t be able to carry a gun in a bad neighborhood, because he shouldn’t be walking around in a bad neighborhood in the first place.

  • Kenric Ward, Watchdog.org

    A recent party election is being contested by a group of candidates led by former committeeman Cameron Jones claiming the vote was hijacked by Dems who were called upon to go to the polls and vote for the GOP-E candidate. 

  • Joel B. Pollack, Breitbart

    Amidst the general gloom about GOP electoral fortunes in California, came some good news last week: Pete Peterson, director of the Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership at Pepperdine Univ., is leading the race for Secretary of State by double digits. 

  • Beaufort Observer

    Unaffiliated voters should know what they will be deciding on in the primaries. It's not so much a choice of candidates as it is a choice of the way we will allow ourselves to be governed. Richard Viguerie's book 'Takeover' should be required reading for every Repub.

  • Timothy Cama, The Hill

    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is criticizing the federal response to rancher Cliven Bundy, becoming the first GOP 2016 presidential hopeful to weigh in on the issue.

  • Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

    Eric Cantor sought to distance himself from entreaties by Obama to pass amnesty through the House, blasting Obama in a statement to the press about a phone call the two shared this afternoon on immigration. Be cautious: it might just be more Kabuki Theater from Conator.

  • Sen. Tim Scott, Red State

    Obamacare seeks to make sure everyone has health insurance, though 31 million Americans are projected to remain uninsured in 2024. Obamacare doesn’t address—specifically access to medical care, medical costs, and the formulas we’re using to pay for healthcare.

  • Blake Neff, The Hill

    Sen. Ted Cruz made his first endorsement in a GOP primary this year, throwing his support to Oklahoma Senate candidate T.W. Shannon (R).

  • Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

    "I have seen the conservative future and it works…Our task is not to sell a philosophy, but to make the majority of Americans, who already share that philosophy, see that modern conservatism offers them a political home." Reagan was right.

  • Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

    Sen. Jeff Sessions said the new House immigration policy that Cantor endorsed would provide a new incentive for individuals in foreign nations to illegally immigrate to the U.S. and sends a message that the nation's immigration laws won't be enforced.

  • Jennifer Burke, Tea Party News Network

    A blatant rewriting of history to fall in line with progressive ideology is being taught to these young impressionable minds via Common Core social studies texts.

  • Alex Altman, Time

    The U.S. Chamber, which has launched a huge effort to defend vulnerable pro-business estab. incumbents in GOP primaries, enlisted Mitt Romney to tout his support of ID Rep. Mike Simpson, a GOP-E facing a difficult 5/20 primary in the 2nd District.

  • Russell Berman, The Hill

    Top House conservatives are pressuring Republican leaders to bring an ObamaCare replacement bill to a vote by the August recess.

  • Emily Schultheis & Jose Delreal, Politico

    The Mississippi Senate race has already seen a remarkable amount of outside advertising — and now the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is coming to incumbent GOP Sen. Thad Cochran’s defense with a new ad hitting primary challenger Chris McDaniel.

  • Fox News Staff

    "They don't have to agree with the Tea Party. No one is forcing them. But have they ever met these working Americans? They don't like big government. But that's not a crime. That is protected political thought, the First Amendment."

  • Karen Langley, Post-Gazette

    A judge has rejected an effort, backed by the state Repub. Party, to remove a conservative GOP challenger, Bob Guzzardi, to Gov. Tom Corbett from the primary ballot. Guzzardi described his candidacy as a chance for proponents of limited gov't to register dissatisfaction with the GOP-E.

  • Aaron Stern, NewsMax

    Democrats seem all but certain to nominate Hillary Clinton as their presidential candidate in 2016, which means Republicans need to find the closest thing to her polar opposite, says longtime conservative advocate Richard Viguerie. 

  • Susan Page, USA Today

    The IRS is prepared to rewrite a proposed rule regulating the political activities of non-profit groups to address complaints from the right and left that it goes too far, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said.