Viguerie: Many congressional staffers at odds with Tea Party – 7/25/11
Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of, warns that the Tea Party is a threat to staffers who want to be part of the Washington establishment—and vice versa.

Viguerie: Many GOP Congressional Staff at Odds with Tea Party

By Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, -- 7/23/11
“Personnel is policy, and the Congressional staff of both establishment political parties is a powerful, but largely unseen, bastion of the Washington establishment,” said Richard A. Viguerie.

Congress Should Resist Pressure From Wall Street on Debt Limit

Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of -- 7/22/11
The Washington/Wall Street axis is ramping-up the pressure on members of Congress to abandon their principles and apporove an increase in the debt ceiling.

CHQ Poll: Who’s afraid of default? – 7/22/11
Not our conservative and Tea Party readers.  Almost three-fourths of you want to stand firm against any rise in the debt ceiling, even if the result is default.

Tea Party: It’s time to stand firm, like a stone wall

By Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, – 7/22/11
As we commemorate the 150th anniversary of the First Battle of Bull Run—the first major engagement of the Civil War—we can learn some critical lessons from that historic battle.

CHQ Poll: Our readers saw victory coming – 7/20/11
We kept the poll open until the vote started, and 83% said ‘Cut, Cap, Balance’ would pass.  And it did.

Déjà vu all over again

By Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman,
The debt ceiling debate mirrors the TARP debate because the GOP Establishment beneficiaries are the same.

CHQ Poll: Many conservatives hope Ron Paul will reconsider

By – 7/19/11
Most conservatives hope he will either reconsider his retirement from the House of Representatives—or be otherwise occupied in the White House.

Viguerie Says Establishment Desperately Trying To Exclude Eric Cantor And Other Conservatives From Debt Ceiling Negotiations

By Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of -- 7/18/11
Eric Cantor is working with the Tea Party backed members of the House to end the reign of Washington’s big-spending elite.  Conservatives should be outraged that the establishment is trying to stop him.

Medicaid misconduct and lawbreaking is an outrage – 7/19/11
It took James O’Keefe and the citizen journalists of Project Veritas to document Medicaid incompetence, misconduct, and law-breaking, notes Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of The silence of the government is an outrage.

CHQ Poll: An overwhelming ‘no’ to McConnell plan

By – 7/18/11
As the fight over the debt limit intensifies in Congress, conservatives and Tea Party activists overwhelmingly oppose Senator McConnell’s debt plan.