Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
It was with great interest and pleasure that I observed how this past weekend – by electing former Obama Labor Secretary Tom Perez as Chairman and runner-up Congressman Keith Ellison as Deputy Chairman – the Democratic Party officially and publicly abandoned its 85-year-old brand as the party of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal.
Tech firms aren’t opposing President Trump’s immigration orders to defend the rule of law, quite the opposite, they have joined forces with the radical Left because they are the primary beneficiaries of the kind of crony capitalism that Donald Trump has promised to end, and joining the Red – Green Axis provides them with the shock troops in the streets that they need to protect their power and profits.
Vincent Tolliver is being kicked-out of the Democratic Party’s race for Chairman because Rep. Keith Ellison is the candidate of the Soros-funded Red – Green Axis and the radical anti-American organizations supported by the Far-Left mega-donors of the Democracy Alliance.
Everything Hillary Clinton touches she does screw up with hubris, and she has this sense of entitlement because the normal institutions of American politics and government have been so corrupted that they are unwilling to act as a governor on her ambitions.
Conservative radio host Mark Levin appeared on Sean Hannity’s Fox TV show and weighed-in on current issues and what the Democratic Party needs from this election. In typical Levin fashion, he got right to the point and didn’t mince words.
As conservative Fred Gruber proved by winning election as Virginia’s 7th District Republican Chairman, if you want to govern America according to conservative principles, first take back your local Republican Party from the progressive establishment Republicans, like House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, who have hijacked the Party and turned it into a vehicle to preserve their own personal power.
How can you square an increase in government dependence, a shrinking labor force and endemic long term unemployment with an economic “recovery?" You can't unless you look at it in political, not economic terms.
An FBI report states that a man who made online threats against Sen. Cruz was inspired by Democratic Party messaging material. The stalker, Troy Gilmore, Jr., posted Cruz's home address online and encouraged others to "Take down Ted Cruz, at his home."
A Republican with the kind of talent and zest for limited government constitutional conservative principles that Ted Cruz has shown in the Obamacare fight needs to step forward – and soon – to play the Cruz role in the impending debt ceiling battle.