Queue 'CHQ Original Stories'
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.
In the neocon narrative on North Korea’s latest threats, we must spend billions to maintain every relic of the Cold War in case they are needed to repel North Korean aggression.
The Republican Party at the national level can talk about re-branding all it wants to, but with the present leadership, it has become the Party of no push-back. And that’s a dead brand if there ever was one.
Only 11% of CHQ readers responding to our poll indicated they did not plan on attending a Christian Church during Easter, while 2% said they were undecided.
As Easter demonstrates, if you accept Jesus Christ, then nothing in this world has power over you anymore; not the government, not the temptations of secular society, not the threats and brutality of other men.
In 'Loaded for Bear' Governor Palin endorses something CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie has been saying for a long time: YOU are the leaders you have been waiting for.
Only 2% of CHQ readers taking our poll said they had a favorable impression of Congress -- much lower even than a recent establishment media survey that showed 13% of conservatives liked Congress.
What would happen to the U.S. economy if all the successful people, all the creative leaders, just up and left?
Only 7% of our CHQ poll respondents said same-sex marriage is a constitutional right that the Supreme Court must uphold, while nearly two-thirds indicated that traditional values still carries the day.
When all Hell breaks loose, what you want is gold and silver, as well as stockpiles of food – which will only increase in value even if all Hell doesn’t break loose.
This week’s Supreme Court hearing isn’t really about fairness or the separation of powers between the states and the federal government – it is about stifling traditional Christian religious freedom and undermining the influence of traditional Christian practices and beliefs on American culture.