“The world has turned upside down. Instead of serving the interests of the American people, the policies of President Obama and every Senate Democrat serve the needs of special interests and global CEOs who fail to understand the duty a nation owes to its own people. But the citizens of this country still hold the power, and through their voice, they can turn the country right-side again.” -- Sen. Jeff Sessions
The arrogance and lies inherent in liberal “government by experts” are now on graphic display in the Obama response to the Ebola crisis and the willingness of American voters to defer to government by experts is, fortunately, rapidly eroding.
While women ask the legitimate question, “Who will protect us and keep our families safe,” liberals are filling the airwaves with trashy campaign commercials about abortion and $9-a month birth control.
Washington officials of both political parties have yet to tire of America’s permanent state of war; a testament to the foolishness and arrogance of those who believe themselves to be engineers of peoples, societies, and nations. Only when the American people insist that politicians make peace, not war, will The Libertarian Moment finally arrive.
Liberals have dominated social media for years, but now conservatives are increasing their presence across Twitter and Facebook. And it’s driving liberals batty. This Halloween season, the hashtag #LiberalHalloweenTraditions is trending. Do you have what it takes to annoy a liberal this Halloween? Tweet your best #LiberalHalloweenTraditions tweet to @RichardViguerie and we’ll share it here.
The choice in the Louisiana U.S. Senate race is clear: principled conservative Rob Maness won’t “duck” from a challenge. Watch the debate tonight (at Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge) and you’ll clearly see who is the best option for conservatives in the Pelican State.
If you, or anyone you know, is thinking about staying home this election I urge you to watch these two powerful videos, one by Texas conservative Congressman Louie Gohmert and “Who Will Keep Us Safe?” from Fed Up PAC, and then watch them once again on Election Day.
"Republican leaders have consciously not nationalized this election because they don't want to have a mandate to govern and close the borders and strengthen our national defense and roll back Obamacare and other big government agenda items...Conservatives need to bear the burden of nationalizing this election because it's not going to come from the Republican leaders."
Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, ConservativeHQ.com
The debate is now concluded. The race for former Majority Leader Eric Cantor's House seat in Virginia's 7th Congressional District is hotter than ever.
“The Speech” established Ronald Reagan’s political brand as the preeminent communicator of conservative ideas, and as CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie observed in TAKEOVER, in some sense, for the next twenty-five years Reagan never deviated from that script.
It’s clear by the firing of President Ted Bishop over insensitive comments he’d made via Twitter that the forces of political correctness have infiltrated the PGA of America and the game of professional golf. So much for history, tradition and integrity.
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 Echo, how 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."
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.
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?
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.
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.