Monday Night’s Perry Piñata Party May Have Helped Perry

Last night’s Tea Party was a much needed reminder to the Perry camp that when you are the front runner everyone else in the race will grab a stick and take a swing at the piñata.

The CNN/Tea Party Debate -- Observations by CHQ's David Franke

By David Franke, Special to Conservative -- 9/13/11
Bachmann was the big winner because she got some of her mojo back; and the big loser may surprise you.

The Republican Debate Question Every Candidate Missed

“Of every dollar that I earn, how much do you think I deserve to keep?” That question is at the heart of the entire Tea Party rebellion.

CHQ Poll: A Ponzi Scheme It Is

Tea Party and conservative activists are overwhelmingly united on their views about Social Security.

CNN/Tea Party Debate: Too Much Wolf, Not Enough TEA

By Jeffrey A. Rendall, Special to -- 9/13/11
For a presidential debate co-sponsored by a Tea Party group, Monday night’s event didn’t talk much about the need to limit government. (Image from CNN)

CNN’s favorite topic is trashing the Tea Party

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 9/12/11
Like other establishment media outlets, CNN has shown that it just doesn't understand the Tea Party movement.

What to look for at tonight’s Republican debate

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 9/12/11
Tonight CNN and the Tea Party Express will host the next leg in the Republican presidential candidates’ fall debates marathon.

Rick Perry Takes On the Ghost of FDR

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 9/12/11
In his willingness to ask tough questions about federal spending, Rick Perry may be making himself the right man at the right moment.

CHQ Poll: Is the U.S. Safer Today?

Four out of five conservative and Tea Party activists say no, we have not become safer since the 9/11 attacks.

CHQ Poll: Perry Won the Debate

A sizeable plurality of our respondents say he did the most to advance his candidacy in the Reagan Library debate.

Will Republicans Betray Conservatives Again or Redeem Themselves?

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 9/9/11
Tea Party and conservative activists are asking one question: Will Congressional Republicans cave in to Obama’s demands, or will they redeem themselves partially by standing fast against another raid on the Treasury.

Newt Strikes a Media Nerve

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 9/8/11
Newt Gingrich, who has struggled to resonate with Tea Partiers, came out of Wednesday's debate strong after challenging the pettiness of the liberal moderators.