By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Former Congressman Steve Stockman and Trump advisor Roger Stone, two people known to many conservatives, who fit the age and health conditions of who should be given home release from prison during the coronavirus pandemic, face death sentences because they are still in, or going into, prison.

If your local newspaper covered the President’s speech at Mt. Rushmore using the words "dark and divisive" they weren’t covering “the news” rather the paper was simply regurgitating Democrat Party talking points pushed out to reporters after every Trump speech. We urge conservatives to set the record straight by sending a letter to the editor defending President Trump’s Mt. Rushmore speech. To assist you in that effort, here are some sample paragraphs you might include in your letter.

There’s little doubt systemic liberalism exists in many parts of America today, particularly in large cities, the logical result of politicians with good intentions but insufficient wisdom to govern effectively. Radical separatist groups such as Black Lives Matter have altered the landscape of American politics -- and voters must wise-up before it’s too late.

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Because of the betrayal by the mainstream media and the silence by most Republican politicians, it falls to us conservatives to ride to the front lines of the civil war that’s now raging between those who love America and those who hate America. If you and other similarly experienced and trained conservatives don’t become fully engaged, it’s almost certain that the radical New Democrat socialists will win in November, and the America we know, and love will be gone forever.

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Since the 1960s, people have asked me how they can help in a political campaign or help with this or that conservative cause.  Well, not only is there a way for you to be involved in this year’s election, it’s vitally important, in fact I say it’s absolutely necessary for you to be involved if America is to be saved. Please read this memo and if you agree with it, please pass it on to others.

Time will tell whether Grampa Joe Biden’s candidacy is serving as a sham intended to sneak a leftist vice-presidential candidate into the Oval Office without having been elected to the position. With the Democrat nominee-to-be demonstrating more and more signs of mental incapacity, something’s got to give -- and very soon.

CHQ Exclusives

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Former Congressman Steve Stockman and Trump advisor Roger Stone, two people known to many conservatives, who fit the age and health conditions of who should be given home release from prison during the coronavirus pandemic, face death sentences because they are still in, or going into, prison.

If your local newspaper covered the President’s speech at Mt. Rushmore using the words "dark and divisive" they weren’t covering “the news” rather the paper was simply regurgitating Democrat Party talking points pushed out to reporters after every Trump speech. We urge conservatives to set the record straight by sending a letter to the editor defending President Trump’s Mt. Rushmore speech. To assist you in that effort, here are some sample paragraphs you might include in your letter.

There’s little doubt systemic liberalism exists in many parts of America today, particularly in large cities, the logical result of politicians with good intentions but insufficient wisdom to govern effectively. Radical separatist groups such as Black Lives Matter have altered the landscape of American politics -- and voters must wise-up before it’s too late.

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Because of the betrayal by the mainstream media and the silence by most Republican politicians, it falls to us conservatives to ride to the front lines of the civil war that’s now raging between those who love America and those who hate America. If you and other similarly experienced and trained conservatives don’t become fully engaged, it’s almost certain that the radical New Democrat socialists will win in November, and the America we know, and love will be gone forever.

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Since the 1960s, people have asked me how they can help in a political campaign or help with this or that conservative cause.  Well, not only is there a way for you to be involved in this year’s election, it’s vitally important, in fact I say it’s absolutely necessary for you to be involved if America is to be saved. Please read this memo and if you agree with it, please pass it on to others.

Time will tell whether Grampa Joe Biden’s candidacy is serving as a sham intended to sneak a leftist vice-presidential candidate into the Oval Office without having been elected to the position. With the Democrat nominee-to-be demonstrating more and more signs of mental incapacity, something’s got to give -- and very soon.

After what we’ve seen in the streets over the past month it is inescapable that the future of our country is at stake in this election. Thus, it is to Donald Trump that Americans who wish to live in liberty will have to look if our constitutional republic is to survive. It’s time we conservatives stopped wishing for an election that was never going to be and buckled down to do whatever it takes to win the election we have.

Our friend Rachel Bovard recently gave us a heads-up that, while American policymakers are aware of the security issues related to Chinese Communist social media apps, such as TikTok, the United States is dithering while India has already acted to ban dozens of Chinese mobile apps over concerns the apps "are beholden to the [Chinese Communist Party] under Chinese law" and "extensions of the Chinese state."

President Trump’s idea to create a “National Garden of American Heroes” was a stroke of brilliance for a lagging campaign that needed a new and fresh rallying point after months of health scare panic and political violence. Joe Biden can’t hope to match Trump’s positive message of reverence for all of American history. Trump is back on the right path.

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Britain’s great statesman and orator Winston Churchill once told the House of Commons that when he was a small child he was taken to Barnum's Circus where the exhibit he most desired to see was the Boneless Wonder, however his parents would not allow it. Were Churchill alive today, he would need only to stop by the offices of Republican Senators Mike Braun, John Cornyn, Ron Johnson, James Lankford, Mitch McConnell and John Thune to fulfill his youthful curiosity.

Over the Independence Day weekend likely Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden tweeted, “We're going to beat Donald Trump. And when we do, we won't just rebuild this nation — we'll transform it.” Having already experienced eight years of the Obama – Biden administration’s efforts at “fundamentally transforming the United States of America,” we here at CHQ take Biden’s tweet as both a promise and a threat.

It has indeed been a long time since we’ve felt “normal” in America, and there’s a vast difference of opinion as to whether we’ll ever reach that level of comfort again. Truth and facts are always our best allies, but if the mainstream establishment media won’t deliver them, then it’s up to the rest of us to get the word out.

Front Page Headlines

  • David Catron, The American Spectator

    In addition to religious liberty, the other clear big winner in Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul v. Pennsylvania is President Trump. As Marjorie Dannenfelser, President of the Susan B. Anthony List, phrased it, “Today is a major victory for President Trump, who has courageously fought to protect the Little Sisters of the Poor from the Obama-Biden HHS abortifacient mandate.” He has fulfilled one of his most important campaign pledges and achieved a major victory for religious liberty. As his probable opponent in next November’s presidential election might put it, “This is a big #%&$*% deal.”

  • Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist

    Americans put a man on the freaking moon, landed a robot on a postage size stamp of land on Mars, harnessed the power of the atom, defeated Germany in a world war — twice, invented the automobile, and defeated gravity and invented human flight. Yet right now many of us are sitting alone in our homes behind cloth masks with dubious protective qualities thinking about banning children from attending school even though they are at extremely low risk of infection or as vectors of transmission. We need a steely resolve, not simpering fear. Nothing is going to stop us. Not polio, not Nazis, not gravity! Nothing.

  • Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

    The moment the Marxists co-opted the unity of Americans after the death of Floyd, what transpired was the unleashing of a political cancer the world is far too familiar with. Defunding the police is insane and impacts the safety of people of color and the disenfranchised who are unable to flee urban areas that are turning into dystopian hellscapes. This is no American “movement.” It’s an organized, craven political con job hoping, somehow, the ensuing misery inflicted on you and your family will compel you to vote against Republicans. Our culture are is the sacrificial lambs in the Democrats' political games.

  • Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

    Earlier generations went to college mainly to become educated and develop marketable skills. They weren’t very interested in ethnic and gender “studies” courses, ranting professors, and woke administrators. For the students of the 1960s who were, protesting was a side dish to a good investment in an affordable college degree that would pay off later. But when such pathways are blocked, beware. The woke but godless, the arrogant but ignorant, the violent but physically unimpressive, the degreed but poorly educated, the broke but acquisitive, the ambitious but stalled — these are history’s ingredients of riot and revolution.

  • Michael Goodwin, New York Post

    It became so obvious that the March 25 order was a fatal blunder that Cuomo effectively rescinded it on May 10. Then, with a quick pivot and a grinding of gears, he shifted into an ­unconscionable hunt for scapegoats. And hasn’t stopped. Some days, there is more than one. Trump is a frequent target, with Cuomo saying recently that the president “makes up facts, he makes up science.” He also accused the president of being in “denial of the problem” and added, “He is facilitating the virus, he is enabling the virus.” If that sounds familiar, it’s because many people say exactly the same things about Cuomo.

  • Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times

    Advice for newly confirmed U. S. Agency for Global Media CEO Michael Pack: First, think TikTok. TikTok could even be more dangerous than Huawei, because unsuspected. According to Sec. of State Mike Pompeo, we are considering banning TikTok. That’s a worthwhile thought. But we should also consider imitating it, finding our own—more transparent and more honest way to compete in this increasingly dominant playing field. It may mean hiring some clever sixteen-year olds, if we can find some who are still sufficiently patriotic and haven’t been brainwashed beyond recognition by our educational system. Or by TikTok itself.

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News

    Trump is charged with "dividing the nation." But it is not Trump trashing cops or providing cover for "protests" marked by looting. Trump's stand for tradition and against mob rule is the only stand he can take. And it is a necessary stand. For this culture war is going to last long after this presidency. And it is going to determine what kind of country we shall become. Will it be the great and glorious republic of the past or the social and cultural Marxist hellhole that is the promise of the mobs? Trump just played the patriotism card, the correct card to play, and it may just work for his reelection.

  • Melissa Mackenzie, The American Spectator

    At the beginning of June, there were Events That Shall Not Be Named (by the media) that caused people to scream, march shoulder to shoulder, sing, go inside for a funeral in closed quarters, and gather in tight places (George Floyd). The days of the virus being treated as an epidemiological question are long over. The media ignores positive, solid data and amplifies fearful interpretations. Politicians dealing with the virus need to understand that the trust from their voters has completely eroded and make policy accordingly. Allowing thousands of people to gather without a mask mandate has a lot to do with it.

  • Cal Thomas, Washington Times

    What should Mr. Trump do to improve? First, display some empathy for people who have died from the COVID-19 virus and their relatives. Second, acknowledge the virus is spreading and urge people to return to the practices that resulted in declining numbers of cases a few weeks ago. Third, stop the personal attacks and ignore most (if not all) the attacks directed at him. These exchanges only spread the bile and increase book sales for his critics. Fourth, he must contrast his policies with Joe Biden’s who has become a prisoner of the hard left. Show some kindness, then perhaps political lightning will strike again.

  • Stephen Moore, The Epoch Times

    The one group who have suffered no loss of wages, salaries or benefits is federal employees. The imbalance between public and private employment is reflected in the overall government spending; the private economy shrunk by an estimated 30 percent in the second quarter, while government has metastasized to its largest level in peacetime history. This year will see the swiftest transfer of resources from the private sector to the government sector in American history. Once again, Washington is proving itself recession-proof. All of America is being drained of economic resources and jobs—but the swamp lives on.

  • Ken Buck, National Review

    History is unapologetic in its presentation of facts. History demands that we examine facts and incidents that make us uncomfortable. Such study challenges us, inspires us, and serves as a call to action in our own lives. The progressive pressure campaign is not about progress. Rather, it is an attempt to erase parts of history leftists do not like. This is a slippery slope, as many left-wing activists are even attempting to tear down statues of Abraham Lincoln, the president who ushered in the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing slaves. History, it turns out, is little concerned with our comfort level.

  • Tim Graham, CNS News

    Any American watching Trump's live speeches would see positive and patriotic remarks, with some defiant words thrown in against the violent vandals. The greatest and most obvious media distortion is the notion that President Donald Trump is poisonously stoking a one-sided "culture war," and that everyone on the left is a model of unity and civil discourse. No one is ripping statues down; no one is rioting in the streets; and no one says anything "dark and divisive" about how America is only exceptional in the overactive imaginations of white nationalists — that's the impression left by your "reality-based press."

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News

    Trump is charged with "dividing the nation." But it is not Trump trashing cops or providing cover for "protests" marked by looting. Trump's stand for tradition and against mob rule is the only stand he can take. And it is a necessary stand. For this culture war is going to last long after this presidency. And it is going to determine what kind of country we shall become. Will it be the great and glorious republic of the past or the social and cultural Marxist hellhole that is the promise of the mobs? Trump just played the patriotism card, the correct card to play, and it may just work for his reelection.

  • David Catron, The American Spectator

    One choice is a man who views the U.S. as an exceptional nation created by exceptional men with a unique vision that will lead us to ever greater heights if we adhere to it. The alternative is a man who, despite his 47 years as a “public servant,” seems to believe the nation was created by greedy racists based on fraudulent principles and that only a fundamental transformation of our government and way of life will save us from a dystopian existence whose contours will be controlled by “the 1 percent.” In other words, the choice is between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. No tough call.

  • Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

    Are there now three Americas? One of white guilt and penance, one of black anger and victimization, and another seething in silence as they see their 244 years of history written off as something worse than the pasts of Somalia, Peru, Iran, or Serbia. There are now two realities — beyond two national anthems, beyond black and white dorms, black and white segregated safe spaces on campus, and beyond now segregated black and white history, language, philosophy, and science and math. The counterrevolution will be easy to spot. If sowing the wind has been getting ugly, reaping the whirlwind will be more so.