social issues

You Are The Conservative Leader You Have Been Waiting For

On Monday a group of forty-four conservative leaders issued a letter to Congress demanding that Capitol Hill's Republican majority make good on their campaign promises to cut wasteful spending, rebuild our national defense, stop amnesty, build the wall and finally repeal Obamacare. You can add your signature to the letter by clicking this link.

44 Conservative Leaders to Congress: NOW will you listen to us?

Forty-four conservative leaders, including CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie, wrote to the GOP Congress telling them the American people took seriously their campaign promises. They should cut wasteful spending, rebuild our national defense, stop amnesty and finally repeal Obamacare.

How Trump Won, in Two Dimensions

F.H. Buckley, Wall Street Journal

The crucial differences between the two parties in the 2016 election came down to social concerns, including pride in America, immigration, and especially moral issues such as abortion and gay marriage. The social-conservative awakening that helped elect Mr. Trump came when voters recognized that the liberal agenda amounted to something more than a shield to protect sexual minorities. It was also a sword to be used against social conservatives.

Trump gains converts with Dems radical social agenda

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

If the Democrats think they are going to win 2016 on gun control, men in my daughter’s bathroom, and gay marriage, they are sorely mistaken. I cannot tell you the number of people who’ve watched this in the last few days who hate Trump, but have come away deciding they must vote for him to stop a radical cultural agenda.

Has Donald Trump Read The Republican Platform?

On day one of his campaign Donald Trump sounded like a candidate who wanted to reconstitute the Reagan's “three-legged stool” based on “fiscal, social and sovereignty issues.” However, since those first heady weeks almost everything Trump has said has taken him further and further from those early commitments, especially on the social and cultural issues.

A Conservative Catholic Grades the Pope’s Address to Congress

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
The Pope’s failure to use the great opportunity and vast media audience his address to Congress provided to restate the timeless moral teachings of Christianity and call Christians of all denominations to defend them was a missed opportunity of historic proportions, because if there was ever a time when vigilant guard dogs are needed, that time is now.

Time for Conservative Cultural Surrender?

Brent Bozell, CNS News

Bozell answers an emphatic no. Instead, Republicans need to keep identifying the leftist extreme on the "culture wars" — those powerful liberals who mock people who are "bitter clingers" to their guns and religion.

2016: Cruz Moves to RPaul's Right on Social Issues

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has staked out ground to Sen. Rand Paul's (R-KY) right on foreign policy, and he may be doing the same on social issues in Iowa, home of the nation's first-in-the-nation presidential caucuses.

How Are We Going To Beat Hillary?

How are we going to beat Hillary? History tells us there’s only one way: Nominate a Republican candidate who will campaign and govern as a limited government constitutional conservative.