David Perdue

Hillary Clinton’s NSC Running Trump’s Iran Policy

National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster's guidance to President Trump that he should falsely certify that Iran is in compliance with the Obama nuclear deal amounts to looking the other way on Iran’s violations and is little different than what Hillary Clinton would have done if she had won the 2016 election.

Trump’s Quiet Live-Fire Confrontation With Iran

U.S. forces have opened fire on Iranian-backed forces in Syria at least three times since May. Three of the incidents took place at al-Tanf, a remote desert outpost near the point where the Syrian, Iraqi and Jordanian borders meet.

Iran Is Not Complying with the Nuclear Deal

Fred Fleitz and Ambassador Bolton argue it is folly to falsely certify that Iran is in compliance with its obligations under Obama's nuclear deal. It is time for President Trump to fulfill his campaign promise to take America out of Obama’s dangerous Iran nuclear deal.

SPECIAL PRE-ELECTION REPORT: CHQ’s Toss-Up Senate Races and How You Can Help

Email, social media, especially Twitter and Facebook, and online video are now important parts of any successful campaign and we can’t win without them as the Romney campaign’s failed online effort demonstrated in 2010. That’s why CHQ created our “Free Conservative Get Out The Vote Tool Kit” to help conservatives nationalize, and win, the 2014 midterm election.

David Perdue and a Georgia Runoff

Erick Erickson, Red State

Republican U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue could have avoided a runoff in Georgia simply by accepting assistance from other prominent party members in the state, writes Erickson, but arrogance and a go it alone attitude may deprive him of what should have been an easy win.

Polls Driving Even Dems to Denounce Amnesty

Jonathan Strong, Breitbart

Behind the scenes, campaigns evaluating the polling are seeing unbelievable numbers on the issue that belie popular narratives about how popular comprehensive immigration reform is. How much longer will Republicans resist the urge to fully embrace the issue?

Republicans Find Winning Issue in Opposing Amnesty

Ryan Lovelace, National Review Online

Republicans across the country are defying the RNC’s post-2012 dictum that GOP candidates must soften their tone on illegal immigration and line up behind comprehensive immigration reform. No surprise -- it's working for them.

They Told Me If I Voted for the Estab., This Wouldn't Happen

Leon H. Wolf, Red State

The GOP estab. likes to point out that TEA Party candidates can be bad and unprepared candidates who make missteps in the gen. election. But the evidence doesn't suggest that they're any more so than GOP-E candidates who have a long and storied history of their own missteps. 

About.com Reviews 2014 GOP Senate Candidates

Dustin Hawkins, About.com

Hawkins reviews the 2014 crop of Republican Senate nominees and takes a look at which candidates give conservatives some incentive to help vote in a Republican majority.

GOP Businessman Wins Tough Georgia Senate Runoff

Cameron Joseph, The Hill

Businessman David Perdue (R) has won his hard-fought Senate primary, setting up a general-election battle against charity executive Michelle Nunn (D). Perdue led Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) by 50.7% to 49.3% with 93 of precincts reporting.

A Night of No Surprises

It is no surprise that incumbents like Mitch McConnell won last night. What is a surprise is how fast and how far right the incumbents, like McConnell, had to move to keep their jobs.