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Why Tech Giants Joined The Red – Green Axis Against Trump

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.

Conservatives Should Embrace the Creative Disruption in Today's Politics - Part 2 of 2

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Today’s political and communications environment is a once-in-a-century moment of creative disruption in American politics. Conservative principles—our products, if you will—are timeless, but some of our brands and marketing have gotten stale. Conservatives can look back or we can become more customer-focused, and grow, evolve, and adapt to this new environment of instant communication to lead America out of the smoking ruins of the old political and communications order.

The Disruption of Fortune 500 Companies Has Moved to Politics - Part 1 of 2

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
By using the new and alternative media as a key means of communication with core supporters, neither Trump nor Reagan ceded the ability to set the terms of the campaign to the self-appointed gatekeepers of the establishment media. This was a key element, perhaps the key element, that distinguished their winning campaigns from the also-rans in the primary.

GOP Gets 'Hip' With Uber

Jesse Byrnes, The Hill

Uber, Lyft and Airbnb have become mascots for a Republican Party looking to promote a new brand of free market conservatism while making inroads with young voters.