Republican Party

Deep State Hit Job On Jim Jordan Fails

The political hit on Jim Jordan has fallen apart. The toll-free Capitol Switchboard is (1-866-220-0044) we urge CHQ readers and friends to call Representative Jim Jordan to tell him in the face of these vile attacks he should redouble his campaign for Speaker.

Understanding Why Jim Jordan Is Being Smeared

Congressman Jordan made the grave mistake of essentially telling the Deep State's emperor that he had no clothes on. In so doing, he painted a massive target on himself.  By smearing Jordan the Deep State is sending a grave warning to others in Congress who believe as Jordan does: if you persist with your investigation, we will destroy you too.

Never-Trumpers Belong in a Museum

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

No, Trump didn't start the fire. The world was ablaze with tribalism and was raising up authoritarians to realize nationalist ends — Xi Jinping, Putin, Narendra Modi in India, Erdogan in Turkey, Gen. el-Sissi in Egypt — before he came down that elevator. And so the elites who were in charge when the fire broke out, and who failed to respond and refused even to recognize it, and who now denounce Trump for how he is coping with it, are unlikely to be called upon again to lead this republic.

Jim Jordan Must Be Winning The Race For Speaker

The timing of the allegations against Jim Jordan, their specious nature and the focus on what Jim Jordan “should have known” smells to high heaven of a political hit by Jordan’s RINO enemies.  This is the lowest and vilest attack yet on a conservative seeking a House leadership post and it tells us the Swamp thinks Jordan is winning the race for Speaker.

Amnesty Push Proves We Need Jim Jordan As Speaker

Speaker Paul Ryan, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, and Republican Whip Steve Scalise are all complicit and part of the problem. If we had a principled conservative Speaker, like Jim Jordan, conservatives would not be constantly given bad choices as the only alternatives to address our border security problems.

Trump the Bulldozer

John Fund, National Review

Republican leaders are certainly acting as if they are now part of the party of Trump. And in the tribal, #Resistance-soaked environment that the Left has created, a “your team or my team” mentality is understandable. But if they can summon some courage, Republicans in Congress still have a higher responsibility than demonstrating loyalty to Trump: It’s to their constitutional oath, it’s to reality-based argument, and it’s to conservative principles. Whatever Trump may say or do, conservatives must refuse the temptation to declare, “I support my leader, right or left.”

Stick a Fork in It, the Old GOP Is Dead

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Trump not only defeated 16 Bush Republicans, he presented an agenda on immigration, border security, amnesty, intervention abroad, the Middle East, NAFTA, free trade, Putin and Russia that was a rejection of what the Bush-Boehner Party had stood for and what its presidential candidates in 2008 and 2012, John McCain and Mitt Romney, had run on. If the Republican Party is “napping,” let it slumber on, undisturbed, for its time has come and gone. We are in a new world now.

Faith Whittlesey An Original Reaganite Remembered

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Ambassador Faith Ryan Whittlesey, an early supporter of Ronald Reagan’s 1980 presidential campaign and for many years a powerful voice in the conservative movement, will be remembered at a memorial service today, Wednesday, May 30, at 11 a.m. at St. Thomas Apostle Catholic Church, 2665 Woodley Rd. NW, Washington, D.C. 20008.

Conservatives To Kevin McCarthy: We Know The Problems, What Are You Going To Do About Them?

Rep. Kevin McCarthy's speech to a room full of leaders of conservative organizations fell flat because everyone in the room knows the problems of abortion and internet and social media censorship of conservatives – they want to know what Congress, and particularly the House Republican Conference, of which Kevin McCarthy is leader, is going to do about it.

Farming The Election For Speaker Of The House

The Farm Bill that failed in a humiliating defeat last week for RINO Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, was about a lot of things, but it was almost nothing about farming, or at least farming as the 98 percent of Americans who are not engaged in farming or ranching understand the term.

Thanks To You RINO Paul Ryan Is Losing His Grip On The Speakership

The Republican establishment would like to make the contest for Speaker out to be a race between liberal Nancy Pelosi and RINO Kevin McCarthy – two decidedly non-conservative Californians – but that is hardly the case with over 100 conservative leaders urging principled limited government constitutional conservative Jim Jordan to run.

Must See Rep. Jim Jordan Video

Watch this video of a speech Rep. Jim Jordan delivered yesterday and then ask yourself if Paul Ryan or John Boehner kept their promises. If you want a Speaker who will actually keep their promises, we urge you to call Rep. Jim Jordan through the toll-free Capitol Switchboard (1-866-220-0044) tell Rep. Jordan you want him to be that Speaker.

The Republican Party Controls Government’s Three Branches – ‘So What?’

Allen West, CNS News

This is what we seek from the GOP. We want to know, when will the indictments be issued? When will these aforementioned individuals find themselves heading to jail? We want to know why there is a system of justice for us, but a different one for these people? We want the corruption, cronyism, nepotism, and dishonor of “the swamp” to be ended.

Conservatives Unanimous For Change: Jordan for Speaker

Perhaps we should have said near-unanimous: The latest FedUp PAC poll shows almost 99% agree that Rep. Jim Jordan would be more likely to successfully move President Trump’s conservative-populist agenda through the House.  Less than one-half of one percent believe California Rep. Kevin McCarthy would do a better job.

Who Do You Trust To Keep Their Campaign Promises?

When voters were asked "who do you trust to fulfill their campaign promises?" President Trump topped all comers with 31 percent saying they trusted him to keep his campaign promises, but the Capitol Hill GOP came in dead last at only 6 percent.

No Surprise Poll: Majority of Americans Associate DC Swamp With GOP Leadership

55% of voters and 66% of Republicans are concerned about the Swamp, but nearly half (46%) of Americans think the GOP leadership is supporting it. More worrying for the GOP's midterm prospects, 45% of voters who reside in states Trump won in the 2016 presidential election believe the GOP leadership supports the Swamp.

New Poll: Conservatives Want Anybody But McCarthy For Speaker Of The House

Here’s our take on why Kevin McCarthy does so poorly in this poll of grassroots conservatives: He’s spent a lot of time raising money and talking to Swamp-based donors and very little time getting out and selling conservative ideas. And the reason he doesn’t get out and sell conservative ideas is that he’s not a conservative.