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Rand Paul and his boat-rocking allies are poised to rebuild the GOP into an effective national Party committed to stopping America’s slide toward national bankruptcy and authoritarian government. They need your help.
If states have the power to veto major provisions of the Obamacare law, why aren’t more of them -- especially the ones under Republican control -- doing so?
The bad news is Ed Feulner has retired. The good news is he has been succeeded by Jim DeMint, who has Ed's optimistic spirit, and a deep understanding of how to market conservative ideas in order to make conservative governance a reality.
We want to hear from you on this important constitutional issue, send us your analysis or opinion on North Carolina's H.J.R. 494 and we will publish selected pro and con comments in upcoming issues of CHQ.
Oklahoma Republican Senator Jim Inhofe has said that an “immediate pre-emptive strike against North Korea may be needed." Does this portend a return to the "pre-emptive war" doctrine of President George W. Bush?
When one conservative exploits another conservative's popularity just to get publicity, climbing the social media ladder, so to speak, you can hear the left laughing.
Palin, Paul, and of course Rush, have each been able to rally millions of Americans to fight the idea of giving up a little freedom in order to be liberated by the left.
36% of those responding to our CHQ poll said they believe that this time dictator Kim Jong-Un's threats of war are real, and we should not underestimate how desperate the North Koreans are.
Rep. Salmon’s principled stand against same-sex marriage and loving relationship with his homosexual son shows Americans that they need not abandon “2,000 years of social policy in favor of a redefinition of the family."
Brian S. Brown is right; the notion that same-sex marriage is “inevitable” is false and accepting the myth is the only thing that can make it so.
Only 18% of CHQ poll respondents held up New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg as an example of a pro-gun control Republican who ran and won in a Democratic stronghold.