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Faith Leaders And Women Of Faith Rally For Judge Roy Moore

"There's been comments about me taking a stand," said Judge Roy Moore at a press conference hosted by a dozen national faith leaders. "I'll quit standing when they lay me in that box and put me in the ground."

CHQ Exclusive: Judge Moore Lawyers Strike Back Against False Reports

We have an exclusive look at the letter Judge Moore's lawyers sent to the Alabama Media Group demanding they retract false and malicious reports. If Judge Moore is fighting the accusations, but Congress is paying millions to hush-up sexual harassment claims, shouldn't those Members be outed and forced to resign?

The Assassination of Roy Moore

We’ve known Roy Moore for years and seen him in public and private more times than we can count, and have never seen anything but character and integrity. Roy Moore is persevering in his campaign, and we are likewise persevering in our support for him and we urge our friends in Alabama to do likewise.

The Despicable Mitch McConnell

The game here isn’t electing Republicans – it is “crushing” conservatives as Mitch McConnell swore to do before the 2014 election. We predict that McConnell will, as he did in Mississippi in 2014, pull out all the stops to kill Roy Moore’s campaign, even if it means electing Far-Left Democrat Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate and jeopardizing the Republican majority.

President Trump’s Arizona Speech Drives Left Nuts

Trump’s Phoenix speech was good mostly because Trump showed he could still be Trump, and that he wasn’t going to be cowed into abandoning his base – and because along the way he delivered an epic put down to the national media’s Charlottesville narrative.

The Washington Post’s Journalism Is Dying in the Light

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

In a piece with the title, “These Iowans voted for Trump. Many of them are already disappointed,” readers get, if we score generously, only one quotation of clear-cut, post-election disappointment justifying the headline and that comes from a “lesser-of-two evils” Trump voter. And the Post wonders why Trump calls these stories “fake news”? If democracy dies in darkness, so does journalism, as “objective” reporters put half-baked propaganda on the front page.

Steve Bannon Is Right

“I want you to quote this,” President Trump’s senior White House strategist Steve Bannon told The New York Times. “The media here is the opposition party. They don’t understand this country. They still do not understand why Donald Trump is the president of the United States.”

Dear Washington Post: Get Over Yourself

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

Whether or not you can support Trump, it's glaringly obvious that in this year of the presidential election, the Washington Post is out to destroy him. If Trump were any other Republican, it would be the same. The Post self-righteously presents itself as democracy's handmaiden.

Rubio Rants On Twitter: I Got This Politics Thing, So Back Off

Steve Berman, The Resurgent

Okay, Senator Rubio. We get it. You know what you’re doing (because you have always known what you’re doing, right?). You have a plan, and have told nobody close to you what it is, because they would share it with unreliable reporters like Chris Cillizza.

Ted Cruz GOES OFF On Washington Post After Cartoonist Depicts His Kids As Monkeys

Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz slammed The Washington Post on Tuesday after the paper depicted his two young daughters as monkeys in an editorial cartoon. Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Ann Telnaes’ cartoon was widely panned on social media Tuesday evening, prompting editorial page editor Fred Hiatt to yank the drawing.

Team Cruz blasts Washington Post's 'yellow journalism'

T. Becket Adams, Washington Examiner

Sen. Ted Cruz's team is accusing the Washington Post of engaging in "yellow journalism" this week after its fact checker awarded the Texas lawmaker "four Pinocchios" for an ad that says Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., supported a bill that would have allowed Islamic terrorists into the United States.

Trump holds 10-point lead nationally

Kyle Balluck, The Hill

Donald Trump remains atop the crowded GOP field in a new Washington Post/ABC News poll with 32 percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning voters listing the real estate mogul as their first choice. Retired pediatric neurosurgeon Ben Carson is the first choice of 22 percent of Republican voters nationally, followed by Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) with 11 percent. Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) has 8 percent and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has 6 percent.

Washington Post’s New Publisher Extinguished Reagan’s Flame At Library

Those Republicans who are looking for a shift to the Right at the new Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post should recall that even though newly-named publisher Fred Ryan served in Ronald Reagan's White House, he is a cofounder of POLITICO, the harsh and persistent critic of the Tea Party movement and its Reagan-inspired limited government constitutional conservative agenda.

Tea Party Winning

By Richard A. Viguerie, Author, Conservative Activist & CHQ Chairman

In TAKEOVER I outline a plan of how conservatives can take over the Republican Party and govern America according to conservative principles by 2017. The results in North Carolina show that our issues are driving the agenda, now we must cinch up our belts, organize, call meetings and use the plan I outline in TAKEOVER to win the vote.

WaPo: Amnesty Not the Answer to Repubs' Demographic Woes

Breitbart News Staff

How can the GOP start winning larger shares of non-white voters? Reforming the immigration system might not be the answer. Why not? Because reforming the nation's immigration laws could very well create a whole bunch of new Dems, including in some key swing states.

Rubin Provides Another Estab. Attack on the Conservatives

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuzniki.com

It is literally every day that the Republican Establishment attacks the tea party. GOP-E's Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post thinks that the Dems. should win in states like Virginia, rather than Constitutional conservatives.

Observations from CPAC: Past and Now

By first covering CPAC in a disparaging way the liberals at The Washington Post, or the Washington “Compost” as it is known to DC area conservatives, helped make CPAC the mega-conference it is today and launch other conservative endeavors, including Sarah Palin Radio.  

Amnesty is GOP Vote-Killer, says WashPo Poll

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

A new poll by the Wash. Post shows that amnesty is a vote-loser for GOP legislators. The poll showed that 41% of indeps. and 37% of moderates were less likely to vote for an amnesty-backer.

Are Conservatives AWOL In Biggest Privacy Fight?

There is no longer a wall between the private sector and government surveillance. Yet, conservative and liberty minded elected officials and organizations appear to be AWOL in the fight to ensure Google does not seal key documents in a lawsuit against its practice of scanning email sent through its Gmail system.

Lib Media Admits: TeaParty Maintains Strong Support

Jaime Fuller, Washington Post

A new WaPo/ABC News poll shows that despite the many eulogies that have been delivered for the tea party especially after the gov't shutdown, GOP support has remained mostly unchanged since 2013. Among Dems. and independents, support for the tea party is on the upswing.