2014 elections

Establishment Repub. Mega-Donors Plan GOP War Council

Alexander Burns and Kenneth P. Vogel, Politico

Mainstream Media's POLITICO reports on the latest alliance of corporatists and ruling class politicians forming against conservatives.

Boehner and Kingston More Conservative Than Broun? Give Us A Break!

Conservatism is not a smorgasbord from which you can select a few convenient morsels, it is a coherent view of governance. Georgia's Paul Broun has a record of holding that view and acting on it, Jack Kingston and John Boehner do not.

Is the TeaParty's Dream an Illusion?

Patrick J. Buchanan, Buchanan.org

When does the Repub. Party, put in power by the Tea Party, plan to honor its commitment to halt the growth of the Federal monolith and bring the budget back into balance? Is there is any hope things will be different, should the Tea Party help produce a GOP Senate in '14? If the Tea Party is in some despair, is it not understandable?

Tea Party Still Needed to Prevent GOP Lurch Toward Big Gov't

Philip Klein, Washington Examiner

If Tea Party activists are unable to make clear policy demands, then GOP pres. candidates will hire the same old GOP advisers who'll use tired old proposals. A more pragmatic Tea Party movement is still the best hope for limited gov't supporters who want to prevent the GOP from going back to its Bush-era embrace of big gov't.

Reagan's Roadmap to Victory

Herbert E. Meyer, American Thinker

A roadmap to victory for today's conservatives courtesy of the Master.

Rand Paul's Prediction About Future Prez Elections May Frighten Many

Erica Ritz, The Blaze

Rand Paul made a bold prediction about the remaining presidential elections in his lifetime. “I think Republicans will not win again in my lifetime … unless they become a new GOP, a new Republican Party,” Paul said. “And it has to be a transformation. Not a little tweaking at the edges.”

The Capitol Hill GOP Leaders Are Frauds

For decades CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie has been hammering away on the Republican establishment on Capitol Hill for trying to dupe limited government constitutional conservative voters. Now a new generation of conservatives is joining Viguerie in calling out the Republican congressional “leaders” as frauds. Sign and share the "Fire Boehner" petition.

Conservative Launches 'Cruz' Missile to Torpedo GOP BigWig

Garth Kant, WND

Establishment Cornyn's campaign in 'full panic mode.' While conservative Rep. Steve Stockman is vastly underfunded, and he's been heavily targeted by the GOP estab., Stockman has a strategy to knock off the second-most powerful Repub. on Cap. Hill, Sen. John Cornyn.

Rand Paul Hits Bill Clinton w/ an Eye on the Midterms

David M. Drucker, Washington Examiner

Sen. Rand Paul is hammering former President Bill Clinton hard for his past sexual indiscretions -- and it isn't by accident.

Rush's Bold Prediction for 2014 Elections

Jason Howerton, The Blaze

Rush Limbaugh went “out on a limb” and predicted that the 2014 midterms will be a “wave election like 2010.” “I think the people of this country are gonna sweep Dems out of office every chance they get — and I think there’s plenty of evidence for it right now,” Limbaugh said. He theorized that polls show Dems.

TeaParty Tees Off on McConnell After Cruz's Demand Forces Debt Vote

Donna Cassata, Associated Press

Instead of going along with a simple majority vote, Cruz showed no mercy in forcing GOP leaders to cast a tough vote to clear a filibuster hurdle, exposing them to widespread criticism from primary challengers and outside groups.

Conservative Group Enters Mich. Fray on Side of Tea Party

Nicholas Confessore, New York Times

Americans for Prosperity, will spend about $230,000 on advertisements thanking Representative Justin Amash for fighting against Obamacare, officials there said — a shot at establishment donors who are rallying behind his challenger, Brian Ellis.

Conservative Bob Marshall Enters Virginia 10th District Congressional Campaign

The campaign to replace retiring Virginia Republican Congressman Frank Wolf (VA-10) has become another battle between a boat rocking conservative and an establishment Republican with backing from the discredited Bush and Romney wing of the GOP.

28 Repubs. May Face TeaParty Wrath After Debt Vote

Jon Healey, LA Times

The Tea Party Express stated, "The GOP has lost yet another opportunity to prove that the Repub. Party will fight to stop Wash.'s reckless spending. Instead, they focus voters on the need to defeat incumbents who are unwilling to fight for the very Americans that sent them to D.C."

Will Demographics Really Destroy GOP?

Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

The GOP currently has some of the largest shares of Congress, governorships, and state legislatures that it has had in recent history. Demographic changes did not prevent Dems from suffering the worst midterm election in 80 years in 2010, and most signs suggest another bad year is in the offing.

Conservatives Tap Into Anti-Washington Air

Ken Thomas & Philip Elliott, Associated Press

"Americans are frustrated because their priorities are not the priorities of Washington," said Ted Cruz. "This cuts across party lines." That churning resentment could be a boon for conservative candidates, especially those looking to take on incumbent lawmakers from their own party.

Pete Sessions' Tea Party Challenger Gets Cruz Endorsement

Amil Imani, American Thinker

"Katrina Pierson is an utterly fearless, principled conservative," says Ted Cruz. Katrina Pierson, a Tea Party activist, is challenging Rep. Pete Sessions in the GOP primary. Pete Sessions, first elected in 1996, is considered by some to be a loyal estab.-type Repub., a RINO to be exact.

McConnell Losing Ground; Bevin Up in Polls

Rasmussen Reports Staff

Mitch McConnell runs dead even with Dem. challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes in Rasmussen Reports’ first look at the '14 Kentucky Senate race. But McConnell’s GOP primary rival Matt Bevin leads Grimes by four points.