‘Fire Harry Reid’ becomes GOP rallying cry heading into 2014 elections

Seth McLaughlin, Washington Times

Republicans are casting the midterm elections as a golden opportunity to fire Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has served as lead blocker for Obama’s liberal agenda on Capitol Hill and chief opponent of GOP legislation.

Declaring the Obamacare Debate Over Won't Save Democrats

David Limbaugh, TownHall

Let Obama gloat about his one s-called victory (OCare), because the more he bloviates in defense of the indefensible -- the more he spins the unspinnable -- the more damage he'll do to the cause he's trying to promote: the election of Dem. congressmen in Nov.

The Politics of Poverty

Kevin D. Williamson, National Review

From the fiscal to the familial, conservatives have the right answers. 

OH GOP: Our Conservative Critics are Secret Dems

Jason Hart, Red State

A recent Ohio Republican Party (ORP) hit piece framing Republican legislative candidate Tom Brinkman as someone who “voted with Democrats” is emblematic of the Party’s attempts to crush conservative opposition.

Obama Admin: REQUIRE Companies to Violate Worker Privacy

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

Obama aims to force companies to give workers' phone numbers and addresses to unions. 'More private contact information of employees will be turned over to the unions'

GOP Duels Over Dems Crashing Fauquier VA Party

Kenric Ward,

A recent party election is being contested by a group of candidates led by former committeeman Cameron Jones claiming the vote was hijacked by Dems who were called upon to go to the polls and vote for the GOP-E candidate. 

DCCC Chair: Not All Repubs. Are Racist

John Hayward, Human Events

“Not all of them, no, of course not.  But to a significant extent, the Republican base does have elements that are animated by racism, and that’s unfortunate.”

MSNBC’s Alex Wagner: The IRS Is The REAL Victim Here

Caleb Howe, Red State

On MSNBC, host Alex Wagner continued her ongoing “leave the IRS alone” theme with a defense of the organization and its key players that tread into the territory of virtuosity in the art of reversing the spin. She even compared investigating the IRS as being the same as to McCarthyism.

Today the Conservative TAKEOVER of the GOP Starts In Your Neighborhood

By Richard A. Viguerie, Author & CHQ Chairman

In the latest excerpt from TAKEOVER Richard Viguerie explains how to transform the Republican Party from a half-strength, ideologically split party into a full-strength, 75 percent majority conservative political juggernaut. And it all starts right in your own neighborhood. Buy TAKEOVER TODAY on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your favorite bookseller!

SCOTUS Ruling Could Cost Dems the Senate

Joe Saunders, Biz Pac Review

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling Weds. striking down some limits on individual campaign spending won’t just affect a small group of wealthy donors. It could also help Repub. efforts to take the Senate. That means it will affect everybody – no matter how much money you have.

Common Core: Bad Math Meets Radical Politics

Neil Stevens, Red State

Any elected official who goes along with Common Core must be scrutinized closely. Some Repub. governors have attempted to rename Common Core in order to deflect criticism, instead of rejecting this agenda.

Biden Warns: "We Could Lose to Cruz"

Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

Vice President Joe Biden has sent out a call to arms to fellow Democrats, warning in a recent fundraising email that if they don’t pony up and pay, the likes of Sen. Ted Cruz could win on Capitol Hill in November.

Boehner, Cantor and Legalized Corruption

As CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie writes in his new book TAKEOVER, “Too often we conservatives have gone to bed after a hard-fought campaign, such as the 2010 congressional elections, thinking our candidates had won and conservative governance was just over the horizon. However, the push for conservative governance stalled because the leadership of the Republican Party remained firmly in the hands of establishment insiders."

Famous Republicans Targeted for Dumpster

WND Staff

CHQ's Richard Viguerie states that the Tea party is 'as much a rebellion against the Big Government Republicans' as liberal Dems.

GOP Sees a Path for Senate Through Iowa

Ben Kesling and Beth Reinhard, Wall Street Journal

Iowa Repubs. are energized for this year's Senate race after missteps by the Dem. candidate, making national Dems' task of holding their Senate majority a bit harder.

Poll Suggests Dems Missing the Mark w/ Swing Voters

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

A new political advocacy group has teamed up with former Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) to argue that the economic inequality agenda of Senate Democrats is a loser with swing voters.

Pelosi: Immigration Reform More Important than Winning House

Mike Lillis, The Hill

Conservatives have accused the Dems. of using the immigration issue as a political crutch, suggesting the Dems. would rather keep the issue alive for campaign purposes than actually pass a bill. Pelosi rejected that notion during her pandering speech to the Hispanic Chamber.

Politicians’ Arrests Show Match of Liberalism, Corruption

Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

Politicians with no respect for traditional American values easily disregard the law.

‘Dems Have Empowered State of Lawlessness’

Tea Party News Network Staff

Jeff Sessions issued a statement after releasing an analysis of the Dept. of Homeland Sec. data documenting the Admin.’s vast defiance of federal immigration law. “The evidence reveals that the Admin. has carried out a dramatic nullification of federal law." it stated.

Who Said Anything About Voter Fraud?

Sharpton likened voter ID to a poll tax and claimed its supporters “have not been able to come up with any widespread fraud in any of the states that are passing these laws.” But his embrace of a Democrat who admitted to and was convicted of voting for Obama multiple times has conservatives calling his bluff.