Grassroots Thankful the Super Committee Failed

Conservative and Tea Party activists say the Super Committee was sure to raise taxes, and that’s a turkey nobody wanted.

Ron Paul Won the GOP National Security Debate

That’s the opinion of our conservative and Tea Party respondents, with Newt Gingrich coming in a distant second.

Tea Partiers Are Fed-up With Capitol Hill Republican Lies About Spending

The failure of the Super Committee further exposed the lies of Capitol Hill Republicans in claiming that they actually care about cutting spending, deficits and the debt.

Was Newt’s Immigration Comment Honest or Just Plain Dumb?

Newt Gingrich's solution to the problem of illegal immigration (put forward in Tuesday night's debate) could be seen as either thoughtful or the biggest mistake of his campaign thus far.

CHQ Poll: Pentagon Is Not Sacrosanct

Conservative and Tea Party activists say it should not be exempt from budget cuts.

CNN National Security Debate – Not Even a Focus Group Can Figure it Out

Tuesday night’s GOP presidential debate was supposed to help people decide on a candidate to support, but it didn’t turn out that way for one group of onlookers.

Republicans Must Think the Pentagon is Immune From Government Waste and Inefficiency

Defense spending is an important priorty, but that doesn’t mean the Pentagon should be immune from the same scrutiny we give every taxpayer expenditure.

Who is Surprised About the Supercommittee’s Super Failure?

In essence, the Supercommittee was nothing more than two career criminals asked to write out their own plan for rehabilitation.

Military Bases: Enough Is Enough!

More than three-quarters of conservative and Tea Party activists tell the CHQ Poll they are opposed to the creation of a U.S. military base in Australia.

The Super Committee Took the Wrong Lesson from Greece

When politicians lie about the budget and spending, it only postpones the inevitable meltdown (as the example of Greece would reveal).

“I Was Wrong” Is An Important Difference Between Gingrich and Romney

If saying "I was wrong" works for Newt Gingrich, it may just cause other politicians to engage in a little long-overdue self analysis.

“I Was Wrong” Is An Important Difference Between Gingrich and Romney

If saying "I was wrong" works for Newt Gingrich, it may just cause other politicians to engage in a little long-overdue self analysis.