Conservatives

No, Conservatism Should Not Embrace Populism

Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

Populism cannot change the fact that government is incapable of solving problems upstream of government — problems of culture and complexity that government amelioration efforts, however well-intentioned, often make worse.

Transition to Trump: Is Donald Trump keeping his enemies a little too close for comfort?

Donald Trump is drawing praise for considering former political foes for his administration, but is he taking it too far? Plus, Laura Ingraham would be Trump’s press secretary, but wants more, and, Clinton campaign’s joining of fruitless recount efforts signals sour grapes.

Transition to Trump: Should Donald Trump keep his promise to throw Hillary in jail?

Signs indicate Trump will show leniency to Crooked Hillary -- reaction varies. Plus, Poll shows Americans believe Trump will bring change, but many still need convincing, and, Rumors persist of “faithless electors” derailing a Trump presidency, but they won’t get far.

Transition to Trump: Donald Trump keeps media guessing with parade of interesting characters

Donald Trump’s transition includes some showbiz entertainment that’s generating positive news reports and improving poll numbers. Plus, Trump’s judicial nominations will help mold his political legacy, and, Trump’s meeting with Democrat Rep. Tulsi Gabbard sends media into a frenzy.

Transition to Trump: Donald Trump’s bold personnel moves put conservatives in charge

Donald Trump’s naming of Sen. Jeff Sessions and others to his administration proves there’s a new game in town. Plus, With AG spot out of the question, Ted Cruz shifts to Supreme Court, and, Trump transition gathers steam, still generates social media controversy.

Transition to Trump: There is no way an “autopsy” will cure what ails the Democrats

The desperate plight of the Democrats is causing some of them to look within, but until they understand that they themselves are the problem, nothing will change.

Transition to Trump: Attorney General Ted Cruz has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?

Donald Trump’s transition team is making more moves towards replacing establishment figures with true conservatives, a very positive development, indeed. Plus, “If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking", and, Mike Pence speaks, lobbyists head out the door.

Transition to Trump: Trump team succeeds through Creative Destruction of the establishment

Reported infighting in the Trump transition team led to the resignation of another establishment figure, suggesting that conservatives are in control. Plus, Even the Democrats might be headed towards selecting new leaders, and, Evan McMullin isn’t aware that he’s the political equivalent of “Mr. Irrelevant”.

Transition to Trump: For the frenzied news media, the “World turned upside down”

Donald Trump’s adding of Stephen Bannon to his staff has truly turned the media’s world upside down. Plus, The Freedom Caucus will be Trump’s best friend in Congress, and, Donald Trump puts next generation of potential Republican candidates in deep-freeze.

Transition to Trump: Insiders find themselves on the outside in Donald Trump’s world

Donald Trump’s election did not squelch differences of opinion on who should be part of his administration, including the top names on his White House staff. Plus, Should Trump include Democrats in his administration?

Trump Win Forges New Coalition

Greg C, Radio America Online News Bureau

“We have a new coalition now, and that’s the Trump populist and the constitutional grassroots conservatives.  That’s going to be a governing coalition for many years to come.  I think it’s going to be exciting to watch this new coalition without being interfered with by the Bushes of the world and the Mitt Romney wing of the party,” said ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Richard Viguerie.

A Conservative Vote for Donald Trump

Jim Talent, The American Spectator

Trump’s character flaws are legion, but at least he recognizes that something has gone terribly wrong. I believe him when he says that. And whatever else Trump is, he’s a disruptive force at a time when the one thing we cannot do is continue as we are.

FedUp PAC Launches Unprecedented Catholic Voter Outreach

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
This election is winnable.  It is close enough to be turned around overnight.  The key to shifting the Catholic vote in Trump’s favor is to reach individual Catholics, and Catholic women with specific information and facts the media has not reported.  And through FedUp PAC there is a way to do that.

A Reagan Game Changing Idea For Trump

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
A Trump victory is in sight, but not assured. Trump needs a bold, game changing closing strategy to take charge of the conversation, bypass the establishment media filter and close the deal with America’s long suffering country class voters.

Trump Voters: Send Them A Message Nationalize The Election

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Despite the abysmal failure of the GOP’s national leadership to fight the campaign on national issues, the election has been at least partly nationalized on a broader theme – a simple rejection of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s failed policies and their stated goal of fundamentally changing America.

It’s Time To Fight And Win The Election We Have

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
In this battle there is only the victory or defeat of constitutional liberty and the rule of law. In this battle there is no third option, there is no compromise, there is no sitting out the election. I’m all in for Trump and Pence and I urge you to join me and them in making America great again.

As Election Nears #NeverTrump Become Less And Less Credible

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Why, in the face of the indisputable threats facing our country, would mature men and women who purport to be leaders of the Republican Party and the conservative movement do anything that strengthens Hillary Clinton, that gives her even one more vote?

Delegate Bob Marshall: Conservatives and Christians - Please Don’t Elect Hillary!

I understand the reluctance of some conservatives to vote for Trump, but no reason is sufficient to justify not voting for Trump-Pence because the consequences of Hillary’s policies would profoundly harm America and those we love!  To think that a Republican Congress would protect us from her actions is delusional and defies recent experience.

Ginni Thomas: Why Trump?

Hillary Clinton’s embrace of two sets of rules would continue to denigrate America, where her limousine liberal donors, the mainstream media and Hollywood elites would benefit, while the government is turned upon the rest of us.

Conservatives Divided on Trump's Last Debate Performance

John Gizzi, Newsmax

National conservative leaders who spoke to Newmax after the final presidential debate Wednesday night clearly disagreed among themselves on just how serious was the damage Donald Trump experienced from his controversial statement about accepting the election's outcome.