David Bossie

We Need More Conservatives Running For The U.S. Senate

In 1977 and 1978 conservative giant Howard Phillips visited every congressional district in America to recruit candidates. During a trip to New Hampshire in 1977, only five people showed up for a meeting. One of them was Gordon Humphrey, who volunteered to run against Democrat Thomas J. McIntyre and became one of three New Right senators elected in 1978.

The Source of Trump’s Troubles: Personnel Is Policy

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
What’s so alarming and frustrating to conservatives is that it has begun to appear that, while the President has many good instincts on our issues, he somehow expects to run the Trump administration without any actual Trump supporters being brought in to run the government on his behalf.

Refocusing Our Values

David Bossie, Breitbart

RNC Chairman Priebus hit many of the right notes this week in refocusing the GOP. We all must be united so Obama cannot inflict more damage on our nation in his last 2 years in office. The time is now to come together and make sure we stop Obama in his tracks.

Bossie: Boos Show Bush's Challenge

Maggie Haberman, Politico

A cattle call of potential Republican 2016 hopefuls in New Hampshire indicated problems among grass-roots conservative activists for two center-right politicians, Jeb Bush and Chris Christie, an organizer said. 

Citizens United's Bossie: Ruling Protects Personal Rights

Aaron Stern, NewsMax

The left argues that these two rulings have overly empowered wealthy individuals, and particularly conservative causes. Liberals have their own super-rich donors — donors that helped propel Obama to the presidency — and a consistently huge corporate donor in labor unions.

Conservatives To Rally For First Principles

How can we get America back on a course that adheres to the bedrock principles that have made our country a beacon of freedom for the world? Citizens United's David Bossie has a solution.

Bozell, Bossie Attack CPAC's Handling of Atheist Group

Warner Todd Huston, Breitbart

The Conservative Political Action Conference reversed its invitation to allow American Atheists to have a booth at this year's event. But the original invitation prompted conservative Brent Bozell to pull out of the event, charging that CPAC is "destroying the conservative movement."