Republican candidates

Aja Smith Takes On Child Predator Loving Democrat Congressman Takano

Sgt. Aja Smith is doing what few other Republican candidates seem willing to do these days -- go after their Democratic opponents on a values issue, and more importantly, to call a pervert a pervert when they see one.

Sen. Ben Sasse: Why are #NeverHillary and #NeverTrump the Only Choices?

Senator Ben Sasse, a principled limited government constitutional conservative if there ever was one, asks why are Americans faced with the choice of #NeverHillary or #NeverTrump. Sasse says there is room – indeed an appetite – for an alternative candidate. What say you?

The UN Says You Could Be A ‘Violent Extremist’ And Obama Agrees

Obama's Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security told participants in a recent UN symposium on countering violent extremism that “overheated rhetoric” on the Republican presidential campaign trail about Muslims and Muslim communities is the problem, and that in his estimation the real culprits spreading violent extremism are the GOP presidential candidates and their supporters – in other words – you.

#NeverHillary Lost During CNN Wisconsin Town Halls

In the aftermath of CNN’s “town hall” one has to ask again, why, despite years of evidence of the folly of giving that much power to the establishment media, did the RNC agree to let its candidates be subject to a three-hour long influence operation aimed at trivializing the remaining Republican presidential candidates on national TV? The only answer is that the establishment GOP remains the Party of Stupid.

FLASH! New FedUp PAC Poll Finds Conservatives Want a Debate Limited to Trump and Cruz

By a margin of 67-31% conservatives now say that Donald Trump should accept the challenge from Ted Cruz, allowing them to debate each other without the distraction of other candidates.

New Fed Up PAC Poll: Conservatives Say Trump Strong But Not Unbeatable

Many conservatives remain concerned that an establishment candidate may yet emerge, with only 44% believing that a defeat in South Carolina would cause Bush, Rubio or Kasich to get out of the race.  A 56% majority say that it is still possible that an establishment candidate will displace conservative Ted Cruz as Trump's chief rival.

Will GOP Presidential Candidates Debate Speaker Ryan’s Bill To Open The Legal Immigration Floodgates?

We urge you to let the Republican presidential candidates know you oppose any move by Speaker Ryan to open the legal immigration floodgates. We also urge you to call your Representative and Senators, the Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044, tell them you oppose H.R. 3918. Send them the message that you want Congress to put American workers back to work before admitting even more foreign “guest workers” who will lower wages and continue the erosion of the quality of life for millions of native born American workers and their families.

Your Free Conservative Get Out The Vote Tool Kit

Conservative turnout will decide the 2014 midterm election. Here is our free "conservative get-out-the-vote tool kit" to help you get conservatives to the polls for the 2014 midterm election. It includes downloadable issue papers, the two most powerful videos we've seen on the importance of voting in this election and a comprehensive list of voter guides from conservative organizations to provide you with candidate-specific information. We urge you to use these tools to make sure every conservative and limited government voter you know gets to the polls this election.

SD Senate Race Surprises GOP

David M. Drucker, Washington Examiner

"South Dakota is becoming a bigger headache," a Repub. said. "I don't think it is in the slam dunk category anymore." The SD Senate race is suddenly tighter than expected, but nat'l Repubs. say they aren't ready to panic.

Christie: There's No GOP Branding Problem

Real Clear Politics Staff

"There is no stranglehold that any party has over any state that outstanding candidates that are willing to work hard ... can't get looser," Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) said. "But it matters who you nominate..." Refreing to the Republican brand, he stated, "It's not our party's problem, it's our candidate problem."