Queue 'CHQ Original Stories'
A must read for anyone wishing to understand why America seems more alone in the world now than it has ever been.
Today is Constitution Day. The Constitution is our fundamental and paramount law, superior to legislation, acts of the president and decisions of the judiciary.
Paul Ryan brings a lot to the Romney ticket, but the most important thing is a proven ability and willingness to run on conservative ideas – and win.
Only 7% of respondents saw Democrats continuing to control the upper body of Congress.
CHQ readers reacted strongly to our suggestion that Ron Paul help the Republican Party, and here's a sampling of what they had to say.
Given the job creation record of Obamanomics, the Fed will be inflating the economy by $40 billion a month for a very long time.
If there are no consequences for Republicans who claim to be conservatives and then abandon their principles, it is little wonder that many who ran as fiscal conservatives cave-in to Boehner’s principle-free leadership and vote in favor of more spending.
Only 12% looked to teleprompter-addicted Barack Obama as the likely winner of the first presidential debate, while 20% projected a tie.
The editorial writers at IBD have offered an undeniable rebuttal of Obama's Keynesian economic policies, but that is only part of the story.
Republican leaders should quit talking about a lame-duck session that will empower the discredited, and hopefully defeated, Democrats one last time.
Conservative leaders have launched an urgent appeal asking Tea Partiers and grassroots conservatives to call their Representative and Senators to urge a vote against the Continuing Resolution that will come to the House floor later today, and before the Senate in the near future.
Obama’s apologize and ignore strategy is probably the worst of all possible courses we can take right now in the Middle East and the broader Muslim world.