GOP establishment

The GOP Establishment’s Utter Collapse of Leadership

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Even as liberalism is responsible for one policy collapse after another, from Ebola to ISIS to the IRS and more, the GOP hierarchy is proving itself utterly unwilling, incapable, or both, of leading the charge to a conservative victory.

Rove’s Crossroads Unlikely to Play in 2016 Primaries

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Karl Rove’s Crossroads group spent $450 million on the 2012 election cycle – with no wins. After recalibrating to attack conservatives in 2014 primaries, donations dried up soon after. Now, the group announced it will likely stay out of the 2016 presidential primaries.

Will NRSC Ever Help Conservatives? Now’s the Chance

Quin Hillyer, National Review Online

The National Republican Senatorial Committee just received an unexpected shot of cash from the RNC. Using some of it to help promising conservatives (such as Jeff Bell in New Jersey) would help start to ease the longstanding rift between the Right and the NRSC.

Rove Burning Money on Worthless Ads in Key States

Dan Riehl, Breitbart

In state after state, Rove-aligned groups and others perhaps taking their lead from them are spending large volumes of ad dollars that may please big corporate donors, but will most likely not resonate with voters.

Desperate Pat Roberts Gets Support From Bush, Palin

Bryan Lowry, Wichita Eagle

The national GOP is doing everything to save the US Kansas Senate seat  (except nominate a good candidate). Pat Roberts will even be joined by Jeb Bush and Sarah Palin in the campaign trail this month.

Perry Defends In-State Tuition for Illegals

Sarah Rumpf, Breitbart

Despite his border security talk, Texas Gov. Rick Perry reaffirmed his support of allowing illegal immigrant students to pay in-state tuition at Texas colleges and universities, while U.S. citizens from other states continue to pay higher out-of-state tuition rates.

Will Tea Party, GOP Estab. Mending Fences to win Senate?

Joseph Weber, Fox News

After a long, unapologetic effort to defeat Tea Party and other so-called “unelectable” candidates in GOP primaries, the DC establishment will likely need Tea Party voters in Nov. to help swing several tight Senate races and win control of the upper chamber.

Congressman Curt Clawson: Yup, Our Endorsement Panned Out

Curt Clawson's voting record validates our decision to endorse him in the hard-fought Florida 19 Special Congressional Election.

Tea Party May Be Losing Races, But It’s Actually Winning

Paul Waldman, Washington Post

If the Tea Party ends up winning even when it loses at the polls, there’s no reason why it can’t go on for a long time, so long as it finds enough support within the Republican base and enough incumbent Republicans who fear it.

Alexander Claims He Voted to 'End Amnesty,' Against Obama Immigration Bill

Michael Warren, Weekly Standard

TN Sen. Lamar Alexander is making his final pitch to primary voters with a radio ad in which he claims he has voted to "end amnesty" for illegal immigrants. Alexander has been hit hard on the issue of immigration by his chief GOP challenger, Joe Carr, ahead of Thursday's primary.

How Pat Roberts and the GOP Lost Kansas

Dan Riehl, Breitbart

The Republican Party threw everything they had behind Roberts .... and what did they get for it? Less than 50% of their own base vote, that's what. The anti-Roberts vote was split, not "defeated."

Scalise Lets GOP-Estab. Lobbyist Pick Staff

Streiff, Red State

Steve Scalise made a big mistake in letting GOP-E lobbyist John Feehery pick his staff. People are policy. You can’t carry out a conservative agenda opposed to crony capitalism if you allow a DC lobbyist who outwardly disdains everything from cutting goverment waste to homeschooling pick your staff.

Untamed Cruz Not Playing Nice with NRSC

Cameron Joseph, The Hill

The defiant conservatives's brutal criticism of Thad Cochran's reelection campaign, and the involvement of a group he is technically a vice chairman of, the NRSC, is just the latest example of the Tea Party hero refusing to stay quiet on the GOP Establishment's bad behavior.

GOP Plays Sick Games with Conservatives

Streiff, Red State

If you’ve wondered why the GOP establishment and especially it Chamber of Commerce money men can so cheerfully throw elections to the Democrat rather than support a conservative, this article provides the key.

MISSISSIPPI SENATE RACE BUTTON & BUMPER STICKER CONTEST

ConservativeHQ.com Mississippi Senate Race Button and Bumper Sticker Contest: EXPRESS YOUR OUTRAGE!

Don’t Be the GOP Establishment’s Cheap Date

Many conservatives are going to be asking “What should I do now that Republicans have nominated an establishment candidate for Senator, Congress, etc. in my state?” Our advice is, don’t be the Republican establishment’s cheap date.

TEA-PARTY AGENDA 'NOT DEAD YET'

WND Staff

A prominent conservative strategist is taking strong exception to the perception that the tea-party movement is losing ground among voters. Richard Viguerie, author of “Takeover,” is urging activists to contact media and refute the idea that the GOP establishment has silenced the tea party.

Roche's Open Letter to GOP-E: You're Failing US

Frank Roche, FrankRocheForCongress.com

Only 15.6% of NC’s 2nd District voted. We missed sending a true conserv. leader to the House by 6,370 votes. We can't have amnesty, must stop the debt, & repeal OCare. We were right. The GOP-E was wrong. Sadly, they win.

GOP-E Takes On Die-Hard TEA Partier

Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman, Politico

Justin Amash is the GOP-E's next target. The Meijers Corp., Home Depot, Dow Chemical, & the Int'l Franchise Assoc. are all behind Brian Ellis, Amash’s GOP primary challenger.

DeMint: GOP Can Repeal Obamacare

Greg Corombos, WND

GOP-E leaders recently vowed to work for massive reforms within OCare's existing structure but all but gave up on repeal. Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint said that’s not good enough, and he believes the party can unite around a strategy that still includes repeal.