Matt Drudge

Howard Dean and Joe Trippi Create the First Internet-Based Presidential Campaign

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Conservatives took note of how the liberals used the Internet in 2003 to create the first Internet-based presidential campaign. Both Left and Right realized that politics would never be the same again. This is excerpt 42 (of 45) from America’s Right Turn.

What Happened to You, Matt Drudge?

Dave Scharoun, The Resurgent

When he isn’t busy casting Ted Cruz and his supporters as evangelical end times cultists, Drudge has gone full conspiracy nut over the Trump camp’s inability to procure delegates based on old and well-defined GOP rules. He has continually sown the seeds of divisiveness and discord in the party that will have to stand against his old arch enemies in just a few short months.

Palin Praises Rush for Defending Drudge's 'Liberty Tax' Move

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Sarah Palin praised Rush Limbaugh for fiercely defending new-media pioneer Matt Drudge after the White House and MSM attacked Drudge for honestly saying that he had paid a penalty for not signing up for Obamacare in his quarterly tax filing.

Drudge Slams Journo Law as Fascist Staff

Matt Drudge called Feinstein's proposed media shield law that would be applied only to “real reporters,” not bloggers, 'fascist,' tweeting, "Gov't declaring who qualifies for freedom of press in digital age is ridiculous! It belongs to anyone."

Matt Drudge Asks Our Questions About Republican Leaders

Internet media giant Matt Drudge, founder of the Drudge Report, finally asked the questions that we (and millions of grassroots conservatives) keep asking about the so-called leadership of the Republican Party these days – who are they and what do they stand for?