GOP Civil War

MS GOP Chair Joins NRSC In Effort To Damage McDaniel

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuzniki.com

Miss. GOP Chair Joe Nosef clearly worked to help Cochran by putting it in people’s minds that McDaniel is some kind of racist for no factual reason. This is a very desperate move, and an unconscionable one.

California Republicans Seek New Blood

Byron Tau, Politico

Repubs. are hoping that a bitter education fight in CA will convince Asian Americans to give the party another chance. A vocal segment of the CA Asian community teamed with conservative activists to block a proposed constitutional amendment that would bring affirmative action back to public universities.

Tea Party Tested: In One Month, Establishment on Defense

Kyle Trygstad, Roll Call

A seven-week gauntlet of Repub. Senate primaries kicking off in May will decide the fate of the tea party’s success this year. If a Repub. incumbent senator loses a primary this year, it will more than likely occur in a span of nominating contests premiering in one month.

MUST-WATCH: VIRGINIANS BLAST ERIC CANTOR FOR ANTI-TEA PARTY FUNDRAISING

If you had any doubt whether Rep. Eric Cantor is working against conservatives for political gain in the establishment GOP, this stellar Virginia Vision Action PAC ad video will change your mind. Every conservative should watch this.

Big Gov't Republicans Facing a TAKEOVER?

WND Staff

Richard Viguerie, Reaganite, author and 'Funding father of conservatism,' names names in the fight for limiting Washington.

Rubin Provides Another Estab. Attack on the Conservatives

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuzniki.com

It is literally every day that the Republican Establishment attacks the tea party. GOP-E's Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post thinks that the Dems. should win in states like Virginia, rather than Constitutional conservatives.

How’s This for a Bold Contrast?

Daniel Horowitz, Madison Project

Amnesty, earmarks, and corporate welfare – that is the establishment campaign message for 2014. We can support the better alternatives in the open seats and against Democrat incumbents.

Libertarians, Christians Are United & Divided on Contraception

Frank Lucas, The Blaze

“Ultimately, the more government intervenes and tries to regulate lives, the more cultural clashes we’ll have. There is no reason to have a battle over religious liberty and women’s liberties.”

Jenny Beth Martin Joins the Call for A GOP TAKEOVER

"The rise of the Tea Party citizenry and the election of young, principled constitutionalists to the Congress and in state legislatures is a sign that the civil war in the Republican Party is about to turn, and in TAKEOVER Richard Viguerie gives us a road map to make it turn in our favor." -- Jenny Beth Martin, the co-founder and President of Tea Party Patriots.

Wehner Attacks Palin; Defines Bush-Republicanism Disconnect

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuzniki.com

This is not the first time Peter Wehner, Karl Rove’s lackey, has bashed Sarah Palin, but it is the most clear-cut example of an out-of-touch elitist Republican Party snobbery that is turning off voters.

Mooney's House Bid Unites Conservatives of All Stripes

John Gizzi, NewsMax

Nat'l conservative groups and their leaders are united in rallying to the candidacy of Alex Mooney for Congress in WV's 2nd district. Mooney, the tea party candidate to replace Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, was endorsed by a host of conservatives, including the Tea Party Express and Ron Paul.

Cruz's Speech Should Worry Paul

Matt K. Lewis, Daily Caller

Cruz demonstrated a much greater ability to tug at heartstrings — something that Paul is frankly less equipped to do. While Paul’s speech tended to focus more on a timely and important discussion about privacy and liberty, Cruz preached on the “transformational power” of “Christian love."

THE GOP ESTABLISHMENT'S WAR ON TEA PARTY

Joseph Farah, WND

The Boehners, McConnells, and Karl Roves of the GOP are the enemy. They need to be opposed with all the commitment conservatives use to oppose liberals because they are the enablers of the radical progressives who are destroying our country. Richard Viguerie provides a blueprint for winning in his new book.

Conservative Critics of Gov't Are 'Freaks' Who 'Will Need Kevlar'

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

The highly charged posts of county supervisor Holder Trumbo came shortly after two recent events, and are emblematic of the civil war taking place within the GOP in Virginia and nationally. 

Richard Viguerie: ‘Our True Opponents are McConnell, Boehner’

Scott Greer, Daily Caller

“Whenever they are the face of the opposition to the Democrats, the Repubs. almost always lose on the national level. It is the most important political battle in America and it’s not between Repubs. and Dems. - it’s inside the Repub. Party. And for the most part, conservatives have been losing.”

Famous Republicans Targeted for Dumpster

WND Staff

CHQ's Richard Viguerie states that the Tea party is 'as much a rebellion against the Big Government Republicans' as liberal Dems.

GOP Leaders Ignite Civil War, Take Shots at TEA Party

Dr. Rich Swier, Virginia Free Citizen

The first law of politics, and war, is secure your base. Ruling class Republicans should take heed of that maxim. If you tread on the Tea Party it may come back and bite you in 2014 and again in 2016.

Republicans Should Rally Around the Constitution

Larry Perrault, Texas GOP Vote Blog

All conservatives should campaign on and pursue restoring a constitutional standard. 

Viguerie: GOP Leaders Launch a Civil War by Opening Fire on Conservatives and the Tea Party

By Richard A. Viguerie, ConservativeHQ Chairman
John Boehner and Eric Cantor will join 26 other Congressional Republicans at a $5,000-a-head event in Florida, hosted by an anti-Tea Party group committed to fighting conservatives. This kind of closed-door plotting by Establishment Republicans is exactly the kind of behavior that underscores the need for conservatives to TAKEOVER the Republican Party.

GOP Establishment Candidates Embarrassed in 2016 Poll

Limited government conservatives in ConservativeHQ’s recent White House straw poll taken at CPAC put establishment Republican hopefuls to shame.