GOP Civil War

What I Told The Heritage Foundation

By Richard A. Viguerie, Author & CHQ Chairman

Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint is the de facto leader of the conservative movement because he understands that, while the establishment media and big-government Republicans have done a good job of blaming conservatives for Republican losses, the reality is voters consistently reject big-government, content-free Republicans. The GOP only wins when it draws a clear contrast with the secular liberal big government worldview of the Democrats.

Time for New Leadership

Erick Erickson, Red State

30 years ago, Mitch McConnell ran for the Senate because his opponent kept claiming to be for spending cuts while raising spending. His opponent kept claiming to be a conservative, while letting big government grow. McConnell needs to be reminded of his own words.

Time to Take Rand Paul Seriously

Jim Fossel, Bangor Daily News

"Sen. Rand Paul has been trying to grow the Republican Party, rather than merely appealing to the base. He’s been making peace with those who opposed his father, rather than exploiting divisions."

Michael S. Murphy: Architect of the Wis. GOP Upheaval

Daniel Bice, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

He's a prominent party official, a leader of the libertarian faction within the state Republican Party, a Rand Paul fan, and a Milwaukee cop. He's not afraid to speak his mind on RINOs like John McCain, Paul Ryan, and Ron Johnson.

Richard Viguerie: Horrendous Mistake to Nominate Jeb Bush

Breitbart TV

“How many times do we have to go through this nightmare before we realize the voters don’t like big-government Republicans?” Viguerie added. He mentioned Jeb Bush and Chris Christie as some of the worst candidates.

The Establishment GOP Is Not the Political Home of Conservatives and That Needs to Change

In my op-ed in today's Los Angles Times I explain that the establishment GOP is not the political home of conservatives, and that needs to change for Republicans to reach the political promised land and govern America.

VIGUERIE TO CONSERVATIVES: 'IT'S THE PRIMARIES, STUPID'

Tony Lee, Breitbart

CHQ Chairman, author, and direct mail pioneer Richard Viguerie said the 2006 and 2008 losses had "everything to do with the failed, immoral, and corrupt leadership of the Republicans."

George Will: Tea Party ‘More Of A Force Than Ever’

Jamie Weinstein, Daily Caller

George Will says the tea party remains a “huge force” within the Republican Party. Calling himself “very pro-tea party,” Will argued that “in some ways” the tea party is “more of a force than ever.” 

Boehner's Mocking Words Increase Tension with Conservatives

Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner

Boehner tried to smooth things over in a private meeting with Republicans. But some left unconvinced, saying Boehner’s actions could threaten his speakership and make it even harder to pass an immigration reform bill this year.

It's Time for Conservatives to form Anti-Boehner Caucus

Gawken, Red State

The only way to change the direction of the GOP is to unleash hell in the Republican primaries.” But we need to go much further, and do it now, immediately. Don’t wait for the GOPe to start selling us out after the primaries.

GOP Must Have New Conservative Leadership to Survive

Judson Phillips, Tea Party News Network

Forget 2016! If the GOP follows Boehner’s lead right on to the crazy train, the Tea Party will leave in 2014. Either leaders have to live up to the conservative values that they claim they support or watch conservative voters leave the GOP for a new party.

RINO-FEVER: Selling out We The People & Why It's an Epidemic

Traverse City Conservative, Red State

There have always been RINOs but it seems like there have been more and more lately – and Repubs. that started out by being “Tea Party” candidates and have totally sold out their Conservative base, not to mention the American people.

JOHN BOEHNER'S TEA PARTY WHOPPER

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

Politicians may be known for stretching the truth, but Speaker John Boehner's claim he's attended “hundreds of Tea Party events” over the past four years apparently pulled it well past the point of breaking.

Tea Party Targets Akron OH GOP Incumbents in May Primary

Stephanie Warsmith, Akron Beacon Journal

The Republican Party is in the midst of a civil war, and two key battles are being fought in the Akron, OH area. U.S. Rep. Dave Joyce (14th District) will be challenged in the 5/6 GOP Primary by State Rep. Matt Lynch. Lynch is backed by FreedomWorks. Joyce is backed by the GOP-E Main Street Partnership.

VIGUERIE MAPS OUT STRATEGY FOR GOP 'TAKEOVER'

Jim Fletcher, WND

Direct mail pioneer, author, and CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie says 'progressives' inside the GOP are the party's 'greatest impediment.'

TEA Partiers: Cochran Said Fighting OCare Was a Lost Cause

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Embattled GOP-E Sen. Thad Cochran refuses to debate his TeaParty opponent Chris McDaniel. “If Thad Cochran won't stand up to try to defend his liberal voting record in a debate with a two-term Miss. state senator, what makes us think he'll stand up to Reid and Obama?” McDaniel wrote.

TED CRUZ: GOP WILL WIN THE SENATE

Charlie Spiering, Breitbart

Sen. Ted Cruz believes if the midterms elections were held today, Republicans would win control of the Senate. “I think we’re going to win control of the Senate and we’re going to retire Harry Reid as Majority Leader,” Cruz said.

These are Our Republican Leaders?

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Democrats harness the power of their base to advance the cause of their ideology and party platform. Republican leaders, on the other hand, are at war with their party’s platform. 

John Boehner's Bizarre Arrogance Feeds Tea Party Revolution

After 24 years in Congress Speaker Boehner says he isn’t an “ordinary American” anymore; he’s no longer part of "We the People," he’s part of “We in public service,” the ruling elite in Washington.

A Day After Tea Party Victory in FL, Lib. Media Claims ‘Establishment’ Victory

Greg Campbell, Tea Party News Network

A day after the Tea Party candidate, Curt Clawson, won the FL19 GOP primary, the liberal media has worked to downplay the significance of the Tea Party in heating up around the U.S. in anticipation of the '14 midterms. They claim the GOP has 'successfully' squashed the Tea Party.