Contract with America

Trump and Republicans must deliver a 'contract with black America'

Cal Thomas, Washington Times

Prior to the economic shutdown and the murder of George Floyd, some believe President Trump was on his way to fulfilling his promise to African-Americans. Even if the economic comeback is strong, something else is needed. Newt Gingrich's 1994 contract was a good idea because it helped to change the political dynamic in favor of Republican issues. What is needed now is a Contract with Black America. As a political strategy (doing good should be sufficient motive), Republicans might peel off significant numbers of African-American voters from Democrats, if they made solid and workable promises to that community.

Brian Lamb Retires: How C-SPAN Started the Revolution Against TV’s Liberal Gatekeepers

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Brian Lamb’s idea that, “We’re better off listening to everyone, no matter what they say, rather than us being the gatekeeper,” looks even more revolutionary today, in the era of social media censorship of conservatives, than it did in 1979 when he started C-SPAN.

What's In A Name? Help Us Name The 2014 Wave

The NoBama Wave, the Anti-Amnesty Wave, the Bye-Bye Barack Election, the Fed Up Wave; the 2014 midterm Republican sweep needs a name that reflects its roots in a conservative outpouring against Obama's lawless and feckless six years in office. Please submit your idea for a name for the 2014 midterm wave for a chance to win a prize from our treasure chest of conservative books and other fun stuff.

Lobbyist Advises GOP to Spend Big, Think Small

Streiff, Red State

What GOP estab. lobbyist and consultant John Feehery is not-so subtly pushing is a program of increased gov't spending that Obama will sign into law. He has editorialized in favor of crony capitalism. He's not interested in the future of the U.S. or the GOP. He's interested in lining his wallet.

For House Majority Whip We Back Stutzman Over Scalise and Roskam

The contest for House Majority Whip is not between Reps Steve Scalise, Peter Roskam and some hypothetical perfect conservative. It is between Scalise, Roskam and the only candidate in the race with a record of standing for conservative principles when the chips are down – Marlin Stutzman.

Republican Leaders Are Boneless Wonders

In the House GOP leadership reorganization that will occur in the wake of Eric Cantor’s defeat conservatives don’t have to gain all the leadership positions to advance our agenda. What we need is at least one leader who will wake-up every morning thinking, “What are the four, five, six things I can do today to put the Democrats out of business?”