Steve Bannon

What's Missing From CPAC

President Trump’s team reported great beginnings for his conservative agenda to the thousands of conservatives assembled at CPAC, however, something was definitely missing.

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.”

Why Andrew Jackson Instead of Ronald Reagan?

President Donald Trump's choice of Andrew Jackson as his Oval Office muse shows President Trump knows his presidential history, and he’s chosen the right inspiration for the challenges that are before him.

How Do You Rate President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet Picks So Far?

As CHQ Chairman Richard A Viguerie documented in his recent article "Trump’s Administration Is More Conservative Than Reagan’s" President-elect Donald Trump has appointed a strongly conservative cabinet and cabinet-level staff. But does Donald Trump's cabinet meet your expectations?

 

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Trump’s Administration Is More Conservative Than Reagan’s

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
In my 55-years of involvement in the conservative movement at the national level, there’s never been a time when conservatives occupied more positions of influence and power than they do today – and that includes the election of Ronald Reagan and during the Reagan transition.

#DumpKelloggs: Cereal Maker Declares War On Conservatives

In response to Kellogg’s advertising boycott of Breitbart, the popular conservative website has launched its own counter-boycott of Kellogg’s urging its populist – conservative readers to boycott the mega-brand’s processed food products.

Tomorrow Let’s Give Thanks For The End Of The Beginning

This Thanksgiving, perhaps most importantly of all, we should give thanks for the patriotic Americans, who turned-out in their millions to take their country back from the anti-constitutional forces that have been let loose for the past eight years.

The Steve Bannon Bogeyman

Roger Kimball, PJ Media

Why are the anti-Trumpers right to attack Steve Bannon? Because he is their worst nightmare. He is a nightmare not only for Democrats who supported Hillary, but also for those renegade Republicans who signed up for the #NeverTrump suicide mission. Steve is more intelligent than they are. He also commands formidable street smarts and political savvy. In short, he is a one-man, industrial-strength swamp-draining apparatus.

Why the Big Lie About Steve Bannon?

David P. Goldman, PJ Media

We have learned from the sewage-storm directed at Bannon that the Establishment plays dirty, and that the formerly Republican #NeverTrumpers aren't just misguided ideologues, but also yellow-bellied, gutter-crawling, backstabbing, bushwhacking liars. Hell hath no fury like a self-designated elite scorned.

Trump Staff Shift Elevates GOP Leaders' Archenemy

Caitlin Huey-Burns & Rebecca Berg, RCP

In hiring Breitbart News chief Stephen Bannon as chief executive of his campaign, Trump has plainly rejected calls within the party to temper his controversial approach in order to broaden support in the general election. With Bannon, Trump is instead embracing the tactics, style and nationalist/populist themes that propelled him to victory in the primaries.

Trump Beginning To Meet Viguerie’s Foolproof Test

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
“Who you walk with tells me a lot about who you are” is an aphorism that I have long applied as a foolproof test of whether a candidate or elected official is going to govern as a conservative. This might be seen as a companion or corollary to another one of my favorite rules of politics – personnel is policy.

Viguerie: Movement Conservatives Now Leading Trump Campaign

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
With Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon at the top of the campaign team, Mike Pence as Vice President and Senator Jeff Sessions at Donald Trump’s side the Trump campaign is shaping up to be the most ideological campaign since Ronald Reagan’s 1980 campaign against Jimmy Carter.