special interests

Conservative Leaders To McConnell: ‘a CR into December would be an error’

We urge CHQ readers and friends to call or email their Senators (the toll-free Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044 or email through this link). Tell your Senators that you will no longer countenance trillion-dollar deficits and that your vote in the 2020 election depends on their vote against more spending and for fiscal responsibility.

CAP Memo: Conservatives Do Not Support Another Short-Term, Budget-Busting Spending Bill

Over 100 leaders of conservative organizations have put their names to a Conservative Action Project Memo to the Movement stating that conservatives reject attempts by Congress to pass yet another bloated, pork-filled spending bill.

Governing By Spending Crisis

We urge CHQ readers and friends to call their Representative and Senators (the toll-free Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044), tell your Representative and Senators that you will no longer countenance trillion-dollar deficits and that your vote in the 2020 election depends on their vote against more spending and for fiscal responsibility.

Endorsement: Carol Swain For Mayor Of Nashville

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
After the recent scandals plaguing Nashville City Hall only an outsider with knowledge and courage can do what needs to be done to clean up Nashville city government, and the only person I see with those qualifications in the upcoming May 24 special election is former Vanderbilt University professor Dr. Carol Swain.

None Of The Above: How To Take Back Our Election Process and Make the Parties Listen to Us

"NONE OF THE ABOVE” means you have the power to decide who will hold office – not the power brokers. When the votes are tallied, if “NONE OF THE ABOVE” gets a majority of votes over any of the candidates listed, then “NONE OF THE ABOVE” wins.

Special-Interests=Gov't Behemoth

Barton Hinkle, Reason.com

From farm subsidies to NEA grants, the federal budget is littered with needless programs.

TeaParty Broke K Street Stronghold

Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner

In the pre-Tea Party GOP, corporate interests were the main donors. Thanks to conservative groups, the Tea Party has diversified donor streams with ideological money from small business owners and retirees.

McConnell Loves Lib Lobbyists

Daniel Horowitz, Madison Project

The American Chemistry Council, led by liberal CA Dem Cal Dooley, launched a $400k ad buy for McConnell. The only others ACC is supporting are liberals and RINOs.