After voting herself a $1,000 a month for a car allowance and giving her banker friends a potential $303 trillion taxpayer guarantee if derivatives go south again Tennessee Representative Diane Black (TN-6) is the first Republican to see organized opposition due to her support for the "CRomnibus." We urge you to go to BEAT DIANE BLACK and make a contribution or sign-up to attend a meeting. 

Vermont's Governor Peter Shumlin has refused to release Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber’s work, so we don’t know if Gruber’s work proved that the Vermont version of Obamacare wouldn’t work or that if Shumlin simply cut Gruber loose because of the political heat Breitbart and Michael Patrick Leahy put on the project.

Rep. Lynn Jenkins (KS-2) and Martha Roby (AL-2) are just plain lying about their votes on the "CRomnibus." But their constituents aren't buying it and conservatives should call them out, along with any other Republican who voted for the "CRomnibus."
What Obama has agreed to will not “normalize” relations with Cuba, because the murderous Castro regime is not a “normal” state. 

“It is time to start planning for the return of refugees to Burma.  Only then will people who have suffered through so much be able to prepare for a better future.”

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

A Jeb Bush nomination for president would ensure that the Republican establishment stays in power for at least another decade, and it would also ensure that, no matter if Jeb or the Democrat wins, Big Government will prevail.

CHQ Exclusives

After voting herself a $1,000 a month for a car allowance and giving her banker friends a potential $303 trillion taxpayer guarantee if derivatives go south again Tennessee Representative Diane Black (TN-6) is the first Republican to see organized opposition due to her support for the "CRomnibus." We urge you to go to BEAT DIANE BLACK and make a contribution or sign-up to attend a meeting. 

Vermont's Governor Peter Shumlin has refused to release Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber’s work, so we don’t know if Gruber’s work proved that the Vermont version of Obamacare wouldn’t work or that if Shumlin simply cut Gruber loose because of the political heat Breitbart and Michael Patrick Leahy put on the project.

“It is time to start planning for the return of refugees to Burma.  Only then will people who have suffered through so much be able to prepare for a better future.”

Rep. Lynn Jenkins (KS-2) and Martha Roby (AL-2) are just plain lying about their votes on the "CRomnibus." But their constituents aren't buying it and conservatives should call them out, along with any other Republican who voted for the "CRomnibus."
What Obama has agreed to will not “normalize” relations with Cuba, because the murderous Castro regime is not a “normal” state. 

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

A Jeb Bush nomination for president would ensure that the Republican establishment stays in power for at least another decade, and it would also ensure that, no matter if Jeb or the Democrat wins, Big Government will prevail.

The “Oracle of Omaha” has made many shrewd investments over the years, and one of the best was in the policies of Barack Obama and the Democratic Party.
Federal Judge Arthur J. Schwab’s opinion, which provides a measured and detailed rebuttal of Obama’s attempt to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens should have been welcomed with fireworks and Hallelujahs by Republicans on Capitol Hill. Instead it has been met with stony silence from the establishment GOP leadership.
Ronald Reagan’s answer to those, including some of his good political supporters, who wanted him to head a new conservative party, was to tell them “they were out of their minds.” As Reagan saw it then (and he was right) the bulk of conservative voters in America are Republicans—and they won’t desert the Republican Party for a third party.
Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Jeff Flake (R-AZ), and the other Senate Republican whiners about working on Saturday, are the same Republicans who have some of the worst records for opposing Obama’s nominees. 
After 20 Republicans opposed Cruz’s point of order declaring the “CRomnibus” to be unconstitutional our principled conservative compatriots at Heritage Action compiled a list of “what they said then” on amnesty versus how they voted that is such an exquisite example of Washington insider hypocrisy that we have to share it in its entirety.
Not only did Boehner and McConnell drop their rifles without firing a shot and run in the face of the enemy, they then joined the tyranny of the enemy in oppressing the patriots who wanted to keep fighting.

Front Page Headlines

  • Carmen Sesin, NBC News

    After the 1959 revolution, Castro's expropriation campaign snatched homes, businesses, factories, and farms from Cubans as well as U.S. corporations that lost billions of dollars.

  • Erik Ose, Huffington Post

    The CRomnibus deal grants members of Congress a lucrative new perk: the ability for each member to spend $1000 of our tax dollars per month on a luxury car allowance..

  • Jack Hunter, The American Conservative

    Dick Cheney and Jennifer Rubin aim to purge the freedom movement from the right—leaving nothing but authoritarianism.

  • Chuck Baldwin, Renew America

    What kind of party leadership does the Republican Party have, when they refuse to defend the Constitution, and thus allow President Obama to get away with an unlawful amnesty for at least five million illegal immigrant workers?

  • Connor Williams, NewsBusters

    In case you missed it, censorship of ideas that do not adhere to liberal orthodoxy is happening at the University of Michigan. The PC police have struck Muslim student, Omar Mahmood, getting him fired and his home egged.

  • Alexander Bolton, The Hill

    Cruz joined other '16 contenders in bashing O's flip in Cuba policy. “Fidel & Raul Castro have just received both int'l legitimacy & a badly-needed econ. lifeline from Obama. But they remain in control of a totalitarian police state modeled on the Soviet Union."

  • Erick Erickson, Red State

    After a week of libs bellyaching about the US “torturing” terrorists, we have bowed to the terrorists of N. Korea and bailed out the Cuban regime that jails gays, Christians, & dissidents and engages in physical torture. The leftist outrage is more about hating the U.S. than hating human rights abuses.

  • Niels Lesniewski, Roll Call

    Sen. Michael B. Enzi will be the chairman of the Senate Budget Committee in the next Congress. The Wyoming Repub. will get the job over current ranking member Jeff Sessions, who announced he’d be deferring the position. 

  • Daniel Horowitz, Conservative Review

    Conservatives must draw a bright red line now. The top issue going forward through the rest of this month and into Jan. is not Keystone or the medical device tax, as McConnell has suggested; it is stopping Obama’s amnesty. 

  • Leon H. Wolf, Red State

    Fact: The Cruz-Lee point of order bought Reid 10 hours worth of floor time on Sat. There's no way Reid would've let over 24 important nominees just die for the sake of going home Tues. instead of Weds. or Thurs. Stop blaming Cruz.

  • Alden Abbott, Daily Signal

    Per the judge, the exec. action in effect is legislation & therefore violates the constitutional separation of powers. But the court didn't order the admin. to stop implementing the action. The court rejected the argument that O’s action applies only to civil deportation proceedings. 

  • Tony Lee, Breitbart

    The Senate confirmed Sarah Saldana, who has said she would implement Obama's exec. amnesty & believes that illegal immigrants who qualify for it have a "right" to citizenship, to head Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 

  • Dan Bongino, Conservative Review

    The majority of GOP in Congress aren't committed to either fighting for liberty or economic conservatism. Some GOP power players would prefer to see a Dem in a House or Senate seat rather than a renegade Repub. But this is our party. We must fight back.

  • Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

    Susan J. Douglas hates Republicans and wants you to know about it. When Susan J. Douglas isn't working as a professor & chair of Communications Studies at the Univ.

  • Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist

    A Jeb Bush candidacy is totally divorced from the reality of primary politics, only showing how out of touch Beltway media types are with GOP primary voters.

  • Rush Limbaugh, RushLimbaugh.com

    "[Bush is] being looked at as a savior by the big money donor class & consultant class, the estab. of the party, to head off the Tea Party. Somebody like Jeb -- could be a sacrificial run just to make sure that a conservative doesn't get the nomination in '16." 

  • Jim DeMint, Daily Signal

    Instead of focusing on O’s unlawful amnesty, some in the GOP went so far as to accuse Cruz and Lee of helping Reid confirm Obama's radical nominees. What Cruz & Lee did was stand up for those who are tired of the status quo.

  • Courtney Coren, NewsMax

    Ted Cruz's attempt to force a vote on defunding O's exec. amnesty was the right move, says former OH state Treasurer & Sect. of State Ken Blackwell. "Cruz was right on target with his advancement of a strategy that would've stopped Obama's unconstitutional power grab in its track."

  • Matthew Vadum, American Thinker

    What really infuriates namby-pamby GOP senators is that Cruz forced them to take a public stand on the O's unilateral amnesty. They know that the GOP base is mad as hell over the amnesty, and they don't feel the need to answer to mere hoi polloi. 

  • PJ Tatler, PJ Media

    Although the estab. talking points blame Ted Cruz & Mike Lee for Reid’s “opportunity” to get these nominations approved, it was always Reid’s plan to get as many through the system before control of the Sen. is turned over to the R's.

  • Pete Kasperowicz, The Blaze

    Sen. Ted Cruz blasted both political parties for quickly passing a huge $1.1 trillion spending bill that didn’t address GOP objections to Obama’s immigration move, and didn’t give anyone enough time to understand what was in the bill.

  • Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

    The Treasury Dept. released four new redacted pages of documents about the White House’s role in the IRS targeting scandal, bringing the total number of pages released up to 31, only 1% of the total number of pages.