Tune in this Saturday, October 25, to Eagle Forum Live with Phyllis Schlafly as she and ConservativeHQ chairman Richard Viguerie celebrate the 50th anniversary of Schlafly's classic book, A Choice, Not An Echohow it exposed dirty dealings in the GOP, and made a powerful case for free elections and a freer America. Viguerie and Schlafly will also discussed how the cronyism has continued.

Yesterday, life in New York City gave Americans a frightening glimpse of what the future of life in Obama’s America holds; a new case of the deadly Ebola virus was diagnosed and a Muslim terrorist attacked a group of rookie cops on a Queens street. Click here to view the vote-changing video produced by Fed Up PAC: "Who Will Keep Us Safe?"

Obama's planned, and patently illegal, "executive amnesty" will devastate America's working families, but Labor Secretary Thomas Perez that's OK because amnesty will ensure "shared prosperity."

Common Core isn't integration of educational skills; it's the disintegration of educational disciplines. Even on its own terms, the Common Core is rotten.

“I don’t know why the national Republican leaders have been so timid about nationalizing the election and making the 2014 campaign about amnesty, national security and Obama’s abuse of power. But I do know we conservatives can and must do something about it – that’s why I’m distributing ‘Who Will Keep Us Safe?’”
Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, Fed Up PAC 

Conservatives must nationalize the 2014 midterm elections on the issues of Amnesty, Obama's Lies, Lawlessness and Corruption, the Radical Muslim Threat and Obama's National Security Failures. To help you lead on these crucial issues we have prepared four short, easy to read, brieings that will help you write effective letters to the editor, make your point on talk radio, craft effective make-sure-you-vote email to your friends and family, and help you win the coffee shop and water cooler debates that will pursuade others to turnout and vote like their lives depend upon the outcome of the 2014 midterm election -- because they do.

CHQ Exclusives

Tune in this Saturday, October 25, to Eagle Forum Live with Phyllis Schlafly as she and ConservativeHQ chairman Richard Viguerie celebrate the 50th anniversary of Schlafly's classic book, A Choice, Not An Echohow it exposed dirty dealings in the GOP, and made a powerful case for free elections and a freer America. Viguerie and Schlafly will also discussed how the cronyism has continued.

Obama's planned, and patently illegal, "executive amnesty" will devastate America's working families, but Labor Secretary Thomas Perez that's OK because amnesty will ensure "shared prosperity."

Common Core isn't integration of educational skills; it's the disintegration of educational disciplines. Even on its own terms, the Common Core is rotten.

Yesterday, life in New York City gave Americans a frightening glimpse of what the future of life in Obama’s America holds; a new case of the deadly Ebola virus was diagnosed and a Muslim terrorist attacked a group of rookie cops on a Queens street. Click here to view the vote-changing video produced by Fed Up PAC: "Who Will Keep Us Safe?"

“I don’t know why the national Republican leaders have been so timid about nationalizing the election and making the 2014 campaign about amnesty, national security and Obama’s abuse of power. But I do know we conservatives can and must do something about it – that’s why I’m distributing ‘Who Will Keep Us Safe?’”
Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, Fed Up PAC 

RED ALERT: Canada has been hit by two deadly Islamist terrorist attacks in just two days - a hit-and-run assault Monday against two Canadian soldiers and a shooting at Canada's war memorial and Parliament building. To learn what you can do to keep Muslim terror from spreading to America see Fed Up PAC's powerful new video “Who Will Keep Us Safe.”

Right now America is laughing at Obama supporters like New Hampshire’s Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen – and it’s the kind of laugh that comes when you finally get fed-up and call B.S. on someone trying to worm out of taking responsibility for their own failure.

In an exclusive interview conducted by our friend Matt Boyle of Breitbart, Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama argued that amnesty for illegal aliens and other immigration policies favored by Obama and the Democrats will be financially devastating -- especially to African-American workers.

Scott Brown’s brash, stick-it-to-the-man style of smash mouth politics—and his nationalizing of this race—is lifting up other New Hampshire GOP candidates like Frank Guinta, according to Matt Boyle’s analysis of the New Hampshire political scene.

Right now, the White House is postponing virtually all controversial decisions and appointments. At least, it is refusing to announce them. That makes sense politically. They don't want to force embattled Democrats to defend these choices or, worse, to oppose them publicly. What do you think they're hiding?

The dramatic turnaround in the fortunes of North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis demonstrates, convincingly, that CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie’s dictum is correct; Republicans never win a big election unless they nationalize it. 

Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of FedUp PAC, says GOP leaders are AWOL and conservatives will lead to nationalize the 2014 election on the issues of no amnesty for illegal aliens, standing up to radical Islam and ending the culture of lies, lawlessness and corruption with which Barack Obama has poisoned Washington. 

Front Page Headlines

  • Frank Newport, Gallup.com

    73% of Tea Party Repubs. are very motivated to vote, much more than non-Tea Party Repubs. or other Americans. About one in four Americans continue to say they support the Tea Party. Tea Party Repubs. are most focused on deficit, Iraq and Syria.

  • C. Edmund Wright, Breitbart

    Perhaps this astonishing lesson in moral and political failure will finally wake up donors & decision makers for the GOP to the fact that Rove & his tactics aren't the way to win elections. It's time for conservatives to do for the truth what the liberal media and the Dems do for the lie, which is to repeat it over & over again.

  • Amie Parnes, The Hill

    The generation of 18- to 34-year-olds feels a sense of disappointment in the Democrat Party it helped boost in previous elections.

  • Tony Lee, Breitbart

    Obama's administration has reportedly suspended a program it enacted via executive action last month that would allow recipients of Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to join the U.S. military. 

  • Peter Sullivan, The Hill

    The Hill ranked all 50 states on a red to blue scale. Alabama, Alaska, Idaho, Kansas, & Mississippi topped the list of reddest states.

  • Rick Manning, Net Right Daily

    Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's campaign barred BreitbartNews reporter Matt Boyle from attending one of their open to the media events. Shaheen showed that she's been one of Obama’s biggest Senate supporters and that she approves of his running roughshod over the inconvenient freedom of the press.

  • Rick Moran, American Thinker

    After this election, Dems may rethink their strategy about early voting. We find that early voting totals in Nevada, Iowa, Louisiana, Colorado, and Florida all favor the GOP.

  • Al Weaver, Daily Caller

    According to Judge Andrew Napolitano, Obama could be come a candidate for impeachment over the next two years if he enforces immigration policies “in such a way that it is the opposite of what the law is intended to do.” Napolitano claims that he cannot ultimately “make illegals legal.”

  • Rachael Bade, Politico

    The IRS may have inadvertently figured out how to win its legal battles against aggrieved tea party groups: Give them what they wanted in the first place — tax-exempt status.

  • Jeffrey H. Anderson, Weekly Standard

    Given how saturated the airwaves are in most other winnable races, Repubs. who are looking for a place where they can get the most bang for their buck in the closing days of the '14 campaign might want to cast their eyes toward Virginia.

  • Rachel Bade, Politico

    House Republicans accused the Obama administration of barring them from interviewing an official they call key in learning about the loss of ex-IRS official Lois Lerner’s emails.

  • Justin Sink, The Hill

    Angst over Obama's post-election plans on immigration is growing amid revelations that the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service (USCIS) has issued a procurement request for as many as 34 million work permits and green cards.

  • Kenric Ward, Watchdog.org

    N. Carolina’s election board found 154 ineligible voters on its poll lists, and officials are examining thousands more questionable registrations. The illegals landed on the state’s voter rolls, courtesy of Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

  • Kevin D. Williamson, National Review

    Accountability is only for the little people. If an ordinary citizen makes a typo on his 1040EZ, he could be on the hook for untold sums of money, fines, even jail time. When the IRS abuses its power to harass political enemies, nothing happens.

  • Manu Raju, Politico

    Aides say it will be the first time he fully spells out his “conservative realist” ideas.

  • Tony Lee, Breitbart

    Sen. Ted Cruz wants Republicans to try to repeal Obamacare and stop President Barack Obama's executive grants of amnesty. Sen. John Cornyn believes Republicans will only win the White House in 2016 if conservative stalwarts like Cruz water down their bold conservatism and compromise. Who’s right?

  • Moe Lane, Red State

    Freedom Partners Action Fund has started a $6.5 million ad buy hitting Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, New Hampshire (online only), and North Carolina, where conservatives lay it on the line: voting for a Democrat is the same as voting for the failed president.

  • Scott McConnell, American Conservative

    The main job of Ebola "tsar" Ron Klain should be to save the White House from its own political tone-deafness. If Americans die because West Africans are allowed to continue flying here legally during the heat of the crisis, Obama’s presidency will be toast.

  • Andrew C. McCarthy, PJ Media

    A Muslim who commits an atrocious act with the purpose of becoming Allah’s instrument for “instilling terror into the hearts of the unbelievers” has committed terrorism. He need neither be wearing an al Qaeda team jersey nor be formally sworn in as a member of ISIS for us to state this palpable fact with confidence.

  • Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

    Trump said that Romney fails to appeal to the Republican base and as such would lose yet again. “Many Republicans stayed home,” Trump said of 2012. “If the Republicans came out and voted, he would have won…John McCain actually got more votes than Mitt Romney.”

  • John Fund, National Review Online

    James O’Keefe, the guerilla filmmaker who brought down the ACORN voter-registration fraudsters in 2010 and forced the resignation of NPR executives is releasing some new undercover footage that raises disturbing questions about ballot integrity in Colorado.

  • John Kass, Townhall

    Republicans have Obama on the Democrats on the ropes, but what happens if they actually win? The GOP establishment has yet to articulate a vision of the future. What do the Republicans stand for, really? Where are they going? And where do they want to take the country?