Conservatives

Boehner's Mocking Words Increase Tension with Conservatives

Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner

Boehner tried to smooth things over in a private meeting with Republicans. But some left unconvinced, saying Boehner’s actions could threaten his speakership and make it even harder to pass an immigration reform bill this year.

GOP Must Have New Conservative Leadership to Survive

Judson Phillips, Tea Party News Network

Forget 2016! If the GOP follows Boehner’s lead right on to the crazy train, the Tea Party will leave in 2014. Either leaders have to live up to the conservative values that they claim they support or watch conservative voters leave the GOP for a new party.

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.

George Will Is With the TEA Party on Common Core

Jamie Weinstein, Daily Caller

“It’s driven in no small measure by funding and encouragement from the Department of Education, which should go away. It inevitably – inevitably – will drive curriculum.”

These are Our Republican Leaders?

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Democrats harness the power of their base to advance the cause of their ideology and party platform. Republican leaders, on the other hand, are at war with their party’s platform. 

Right Searches for Cantor Alternative

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Eric Cantor has never been closer to wielding the speaker's gavel, but he may want to keep an eye over his right shoulder.

GOP Right: Where’s Our Bill?

Russell Berman, The Hill

Top House conservatives are pressuring Republican leaders to bring an ObamaCare replacement bill to a vote by the August recess.

Ted Cruz Is Beating Rand Paul in the Tea Party Primary

Molly Ball, The Atlantic

The two men's presidential hopes rest on appeals to the right-wing grassroots—and those voters seem to prefer Cruz.

Study: More Immigration Helps Dems, Hurts GOP

Byron York, Washington Examiner

"Immigrants, particularly Hispanics and Asians, have policy preferences more closely aligned with progressives than with conservatives."

GOP Must Re-Learn Campaign Techniques

Jonathon Moseley, American Thinker

Republican insiders don’t actually know how to run successful political campaigns.  But conservatives don’t know how to run campaigns effectively, either.

Cantor Falls Hard From Good Graces of Conservatives

Seth McLaughlin, Washington Times

Conservatives are increasingly targeting House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, arguing that he has abandoned conservative principles and protesting his planned meeting with moderate and liberal Republicans.

Viguerie’s Vigorous Conservative Opus

Jennifer Harper, Washington Times

Richard Viguerie's new book TAKEOVER covers Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon, William F. Buckley, M. Stanton Evans and Ronald Reagan. He blasts the GOP Estab., The Bushes and consultants, just to name a few. The author is ready to rumble as “civil war” and division rattle the GOP.

Reagan Won By Violating His Own 11th Commandment

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

In my new book TAKEOVER I knock down the myth of Ronald Reagan's so-called 11th Commandment and show how Reagan took all the discontents within the Republican Party to build a new majority coalition and defeat the “dime store Democrat” leadership of the Republican establishment.

Good News for Tea Party: No New 501(c)(4) IRS Regs in '14

Chad Groening & Jody Brown, One News Now

It's apparent that conservative grassroots activists have compelled the IRS to put off implementing regulations proposed by the Obama admin. some say were intended to silence conservative and tea party groups leading up to the Nov. elections.

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.

Jenny Beth Martin Joins the Call for A GOP TAKEOVER

"The rise of the Tea Party citizenry and the election of young, principled constitutionalists to the Congress and in state legislatures is a sign that the civil war in the Republican Party is about to turn, and in TAKEOVER Richard Viguerie gives us a road map to make it turn in our favor." -- Jenny Beth Martin, the co-founder and President of Tea Party Patriots.

THE GOP ESTABLISHMENT'S WAR ON TEA PARTY

Joseph Farah, WND

The Boehners, McConnells, and Karl Roves of the GOP are the enemy. They need to be opposed with all the commitment conservatives use to oppose liberals because they are the enablers of the radical progressives who are destroying our country. Richard Viguerie provides a blueprint for winning in his new book.

Conservative Critics of Gov't Are 'Freaks' Who 'Will Need Kevlar'

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

The highly charged posts of county supervisor Holder Trumbo came shortly after two recent events, and are emblematic of the civil war taking place within the GOP in Virginia and nationally. 

Low Taxes & Small Gov't: Why Texas is Booming

Alexis Garcia, Reason.com

“A state like this where you see so much growth and so much change…having a limited government apparatus on top of that and a robust private sector has been really good for us,” says Erica Grieder.

GOP-E Cantor Scheme Thwarted w/ Strong Grassroots Turnout

Tom White, Virginia Right

Eric Cantor's GOP-E Young Guns of VA were set to disenfranchise conservatives and allow Cantor to cheat his way to another term without facing Dave Brat in a fair election. Hundreds of conservatives showed up to stop the impropriety.