Ron Paul is Now the Conservative Anti-Romney Candidate

Ron Paul and Mitt Romney are the only presidential candidates to tie President Obama in a one-on-one matchup, and Paul has now received more votes than any other candidate except Romney.

In CHQ Poll, Ron Paul is the Preferred Anti-Romney

He gets over three times the votes of closest rivals Gingrich and Santorum.  But one-quarter of our respondents are not happy with the field, and want another candidate to run.

Newt Exposes Media’s Anti-Christian Bias During Non-Debate in New Hampshire

Saturday's ABC/Yahoo "debate" failed to delve into the real economic policy differences of the GOP candidates, but it certainly revealed the establishment media's bigoted war on Christianity.

Conservative Circular Firing Squad Continues in New Hampshire

Romney’s inevitability would fade rapidly if his conservative opponents would end the circular firing squad and focus on the fat target right in front of them – Mitt Romney’s liberal record.

A Special Invitation for Free-Market CEOs, Business Leaders and Investors Only

Most of the world’s economic problems start from the ideas discussed at the World Economic Forum in Davos, and I’ll bet you weren’t even invited. However, there is an antidote. It’s the “anti-Davos”—the first annual Global Financial Summit held in the Bahamas, and this time you’re invited.

After Bachmann's Exit, Ron Paul is Runaway Favorite with Conservatives

Michele Bachmann's exit from the 2012 primary races leaves Ron Paul as the unchallenged favorite among grassroots conservatives in Week 12 of the CHQ Presidential Straw Poll.

CHQ Poll: GOP Should Fight Back on Recess Appointments

Two-thirds say block the pay and perks for recess appointments, the other third wants the GOP to file suit and let the courts decide.

Sunday New Hampshire GOP Debate – Sleep Deprivation and the GOP Race

The final Republican presidential debate before the New Hampshire primary was a snooze fest with few testy exchanges and little of substance that will alter the course of the contest.

Saturday New Hampshire Debate – Leave Mitt Alone, Candidates!

Iowa’s voters changed the dynamic of the Republican presidential race, though it didn’t seem like Saturday night’s New Hampshire debate included enough emphasis on Romney’s weak record.

Newt is Right – Romney is Timid

Mitt Romney's glaring weakness as a candidate (his timidity) needs to be addressed by the rest of the Republican candidates -- and right now, Newt Gingrich is doing it.

Michele Bachmann’s Departure

Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann’s run for the presidency failed on execution, not message.

Primaries Are For Separating the Wheat from the Chaff

Now that the Iowa caucuses have arrived and passed, we are officially in primary season. This is the perfect opportunity to begin separating the wheat from the chaff when it comes to true, constitutional conservatives.