establishment Republican incumbents

Tea Party Challengers Take Aim at Graham

Irin Carmon, MSNBC

Sen. Lindsey Graham faced the 6 Repubs. mounting a primary challenge against him for the first and last debate before Tues.’s GOP vote. Immigration, judicial nominees, and Graham’s lack of conservative credentials were discussed. Can Graham hit the required 50% to avoid a runoff?

Giving Lindsey Graham Grief

Reid Smith, American Spectator

Conservatives are lining up for Graham's Senate seat. But if S. Carolina conservatives are to defeat Graham, they must first coalesce around a single candidate. They must organize the opposition. And time is running out. 

How’s This for a Bold Contrast?

Daniel Horowitz, Madison Project

Amnesty, earmarks, and corporate welfare – that is the establishment campaign message for 2014. We can support the better alternatives in the open seats and against Democrat incumbents.

In Texas, Tea Party Swings Like Babe Ruth

As CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie recounts in his new book TAKEOVER, the year the Bambino led the major leagues with sixty home runs, he also led in strikeouts with eighty-nine.

Is Texas' Matt Beebe The Most Important State Rep Candidate In America?

Matt Beebe is the kind of fresh, limited government constitutional conservative candidate Texans have been looking for to keep Texas one of the few places left in America where the embers of freedom still glow. 

Cruz Backs Group Hoping to Oust McConnell, Roberts, Cochran

Drew MacKenzie, Newsmax

Ted Cruz has angered the GOP estab. by supporting conservative group the Madison Project, which is attempting to replace incumbent Repub. senators with tea party activists in the midterm elections.

The Worst Republican Senator

Quin Hillyer, American Spectator

Lindsey Graham's sorry record is embarrassing. "Graham doesn't seem to have any conservative vision," CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie said. "He doesn't seem to walk with conservatives. I'm not aware of any movement conservatives on his staff."

Chamber Vow to Fight TEAParty=Stupid Move

Matt Towery, TownHall

The US Chamber's goals seem at odds with the "average" voter, without whose allegiance few Republicans will win next year. This chamber perspective is both elitist and divisive. And it's likely to backfire.

Chamber Spends $50Mill to Retain Unpopular Congress

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce plans to spend at least $50 million to "support establishment, business-friendly candidates in primaries and the general election, with an aim of trying to win a Republican Senate majority." They're taking on the Tea Party and fighting to keep incumbents of history's most unpopular Congress in office.

TeaParty Sets Sights on Sen. Roberts

Seth McLaughlin, The Washington Times

“Over the past few decades, he [Sen. Pat Roberts] has unfortunately become the quintessential career politician, failing to thwart the unprecedented growth of government when it really counted,” the Madison Project said. They endorsed conservative candidate Dr. Milton Wolf.