Queue 'Headlines'

  • Richard Viguerie, WND

    CHQ Chairman and author of TAKEOVER Richard Viguerie notes, 'Congress makes the laws in America, not the BLM.'

  • Charlie Spiering, Breitbart

    The latest YouGov/Economist poll shows that 47% indicated that they did not want Bush to run. 38% indicated that they were not sure. Both Bush and Chris Christie get a 49% favorability rating among Repubs. Christie is disliked by 37% of Repubs.

  • Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

    Anti-base politics can defeat the wishy-washy 2016 nominee.

  • Richard Winchester, American Thinker

    Why are Republicans so disinclined to respond forcefully to charges of racism?

  • John Gizzi, NewsMax

    Along with fueling the candidacies elsewhere of fellow businesspeople candidates and "anti-politicians," Clawson's primary win in the district vacated by GOP Rep. Trey Radel is a boost for Rand Paul. Paul came out strongly and early for Clawson.

  • Rebecca Shabad, The Hill

    Sen. John McCain said that immigrants living in the United States illegally are not going home, and that the U.S. has no practical way of forcing them to leave. "They're not going home. And so why don't we give them a path to citizenship," McCain asked.

  • Greg Campbell, Tea Party News Network

    A day after the Tea Party candidate, Curt Clawson, won the FL19 GOP primary, the liberal media has worked to downplay the significance of the Tea Party in heating up around the U.S. in anticipation of the '14 midterms. They claim the GOP has 'successfully' squashed the Tea Party.

  • Seth McLaughlin, Washington Times

    Republicans are casting the midterm elections as a golden opportunity to fire Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has served as lead blocker for Obama’s liberal agenda on Capitol Hill and chief opponent of GOP legislation.

  • John Hanna, Associated Press

    Kansas will strip cities and counties of their power to regulate guns and nullify local gun regulations in July, ensuring it will be legal across the state to openly carry firearms. The bill prevents local gov'ts from restricting the sale of guns and ammunition or regulating how guns are transported and stored.

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, American Thinker

    We haven’t heard much lately about the “marriage penalty” in ObamaCare. 

  • Billy Hallowell, The Blaze

    As the Supreme Court prepares to rule on Town of Greece vs. Galloway later this term — a case that could have a profound impact on prayer in the public square — a new poll finds that the vast majority of Americans have no problem with invocations at government meetings, with one important caveat.

  • Mary Katherine Ham, Hot Air

    Surely in the untold reams of regulations, they could codify that they shouldn’t give piles of money to people charged with collecting your piles of money who then neglect to pay the proper piles of money to the organization for whom they’re charged with collecting piles of money!

  • Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

    When the IRS revokes tax-exempt status of a 501(c)(3) organization, the sanction is considered so severe that tax practitioners refer to it as the “death penalty.”

  • Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

    Eric Cantor has never been closer to wielding the speaker's gavel, but he may want to keep an eye over his right shoulder.

  • Allahpundit, Hot Air

    They’re both from the blue state of Illinois (albeit from reliably Repub. districts) and have broken with conservatives before. Kinzinger opposed the “defund” effort last fall and scrapped with Ted Cruz over Syria. Schock, a member of McCarthy’s team, once said that he expected Cantor’s DREAM Act would pass.