The Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal: Wrong on History, Wrong on Politics

Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, ConservativeHQ.com

In my new book TAKEOVER I cite The Wall Street Journal as one of the few remaining conservative daily newspapers in America and give the WSJ a lot of credit for the defeat of Hillarycare, but sometimes they get it wrong and they got both the history and the politics wrong in Gerald F. Seib's April 14 article “Senate Republicans Seek Truce With Tea Party.”

Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder: 'Vile' For WSJ to Call Movement Racist

Tony Lee, Breitbart

After the Wall Street Journal ran an editorial implying Tea Partiers were racists for opposing amnesty for illegal immigrants, the leader of a national Tea Party organization blasted the publication for maligning and stereotyping grassroots conservatives. 

WSJ Attacks Cruz, Praises Cornyn

Mark Levin, MarkLevinShow.com

John Cornyn, who ran the NSCC into the ground with awful endorsements, wouldn't have a challenger if he had shown more conservative leadership. What does any of this have to do with Cruz? Nothing. It's just another idiotic corporatist attack WSJ attack on a conservative.

Time to Tell Saudi Arabia to Pound Sand

American policy should be designed to serve the interests of Americans. Alliances should be a means to advance U.S. security, not a measure of international popularity a bit like accumulating “friends” on Facebook.

It’s the Spending, Stupid

A Republican with the kind of talent and zest for limited government constitutional conservative principles that Ted Cruz has shown in the Obamacare fight needs to step forward – and soon – to play the Cruz role in the impending debt ceiling battle.