Conservative Takeover of the Republican Party
We appreciate Glenn Beck’s frustration, but if you want to change what’s going on in America today the battle is inside the Republican Party, not between the GOP and some yet-to-be-created third party. And if you want to win that battle don’t leave the Republican Party, change the Republican Party by running for precinct committeeman, county chairman or for the Republican nomination for office against a big government incumbent before you consider bolting the GOP.
By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
You’re going to see a record number of Republican House members that are going to be challenged in the primaries in 2016 and that is where the battle for the future of the country lies, not in forming a third party that will guarantee a Democratic Party victory and the extinction of any possibility of reversing Obama’s unconstitutional actions. I urge you to join me in this important battle for the soul of the Republican Party and the future of this great country.
Twenty-six years ago this week any prospect of institutionalizing Reaganism as the governing principle of the Republican Party and America was abruptly ended when George H.W. Bush conducted a well-planned purge to replace conservatives (be they Bush supporters or not) with establishment Republicans.
Conservatives must draw a bright red line now. The top issue going forward through the rest of this month and into Jan. is not Keystone or the medical device tax, as McConnell has suggested; it is stopping Obama’s amnesty.
A Jeb Bush nomination for president would ensure that the Republican establishment stays in power for at least another decade, and it would also ensure that, no matter if Jeb or the Democrat wins, Big Government will prevail.
House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers' insistence on an omnibus spending bill plays right into the trap that President Obama and Harry Reid's defeated Senate Democrats have set for Republicans.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus has often been at odds with the conservative grassroots of the Republican Party, but in saying Obama's planned executive amnesty is “illegal” and “wrong,” and that Republicans ought to stop it “at all costs” he's on the same page with the grassroots and conservatives should welcome him to the fight.
Much as conservatives welcome the help RNC Chairman Reince Priebus' comments about amnesty seem to portend, the real muscle to defeat amnesty is going to have to come from the conservative grassroots – the same voters and activists who powered the Republican Party to victory in the 2014 wave.
Phil Crane passed away on Saturday. What a different world it might be had Crane, instead of George H.W. Bush, been chosen as Ronald Reagan's Vice President. The wake for former Congressman Crane will be Thursday, Nov. 13 from 6 PM to 8 PM at the Loudon Funeral Chapel at 158 Catoctin Circle, SE. in Leesburg, Va.
The right argues that GOP leaders should forget about playing small ball & use momentum from the midterms to put big checks on O's agenda. “The American people don’t want Repubs. to become appeasers and supporters of a watered down Obama agenda.”
Two of the nation’s most popular conservative commentators, challenging the GOP to stop playing defense and moving to the middle, have called for a second Reagan Revolution.
By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Starting today, each conservative must commit themselves to driving home where Democrats stand on amnesty for illegal aliens, national security, and Obama’s lies and corruption. This is the golden hour; we can change history and save our country if we act together today.
In his new book The Murder of the Middle Class, Wayne Allyn Root says “It’s time to stop bringing a knife to a gunfight – and bring a rocket launcher. It’s time to call the people who are trying to take the American dream away by their proper names: traitors, thieves, tyrants… " we agree ad think Root's book is essential reading for any politically active conservative.
ConservativeHQ chairman Richard A. Viguerie welcomed conservative Ohio activists to the fourth annual We The People Convention this weekend. His new book, Takeover: The 100-Year War for the Soul of the GOP and How Conservatives Can Finally Win It, which details how conservatives can return the GOP to its founding principles, has become a guidebook for activists who aim to improve the party via running for local office.
Republicans won't win back the Senate or other key races if they take a knee or throw the ball out of bounds on amnesty for illegal aliens, Obama’s contempt for the Constitution, Congress’ out-of-control spending and how to effectively confront the great national security threats facing the country today.
Phil Robertson, the Christian patriarch of TV's Duck Dynasty and author of UnPHILtered: The Way I See It, isn't afraid to speak his mind. And like ConservativeHQ.com chairman and Takeover author Richard Viguerie, he believes the Republican Party needs to get back to the Founders' principles. We thank Phil for showing off his copy of Viguerie's Takeover: The 100-Year War for the Soul of the GOP and How Conservatives Can Finally Win It. Go HERE to purchase your copy of TAKEOVER and receive a free copy of “The Law that Governs Government” by Richard A. Viguerie and constitutional lawyer Mark J. Fitzgibbons.
The Tea Party is building a movement, and they get the lesson of Babe Ruth’s 1927 season.