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Conservatives in the Wilderness: Restless, but Lacking Leadership

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Conservatives in 1955 were restless, anxious to be heard, and had plenty of motivating issues.  But they lacked political and intellectual leadership.  That would soon come, with an outspoken Senator from Arizona and an articulate young author.  The stage was set in the 1950s for the birth of a new conservative movement, as we see in this excerpt from America’s Right Turn: How Conservatives Used New and Alternative Media to Take Power.

Conservatives in the Wilderness: American Politics in 1955

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
In 1955, liberalism reigned supreme over the politics of the United States.  If there is one lesson to be learned, however, it is:  Never despair, and never give up.  A new day was coming, as we see in this excerpt from America’s Right Turn: How Conservatives Used New and Alternative Media to Take Power.

Money in Politics: Everyone Complains About It, but Every Political Movement Needs It

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Everyone complains about the role of money in politics, but nobody’s figured out how to run a political movement or party without money.  Get it from lobbyists?  Special interests?  Billionaires?  In this excerpt from Chapter 3 of America's Right Turn by Richard A. Viguerie and David Franke we explain how conservatives in the 1960s figured out a better way.

More Factors that Created a Grassroots Conservative Movement

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
In this excerpt from Chapter 3, “The Recipe for Creating a New Mass Movement,” of America’s Right Turn: How Conservatives Used New and Alternative Media to Take Power, by Richard A. Viguerie and David Franke we consider “Self-identification as a movement” and Communication networks, sometimes including a secret weapon.

The Factors that Created a Grassroots Conservative Movement

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
In this excerpt from Chapter 3, “The Recipe for Creating a New Mass Movement” of America’s Right Turn: How Conservatives Used New and Alternative Media to Take Power, by Richard A. Viguerie and David Franke, we ask:  How can a grassroots political movement emerge and succeed in our media-dominated world?

What Conservatives Can Learn From America’s First Media Revolution Chapter 2

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
This is Chapter 2, “The Media Revolution of 1776” from America’s Right Turn: How Conservatives Used New and Alternative Media to Take Power, by Richard A. Viguerie and David Franke. Conservatives can learn valuable lessons from this exciting chapter of American history—lessons we can use today as we battle the new media monopolies of the Left.

What Conservatives Can Learn From the West’s First Media Revolution

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Consider how this historic lesson repeated itself in the conservative media revolution of the 1960s—how conservatives were the first to use the new and alternative media, how liberals later caught up, but how the conservatives could no longer be eradicated or sidelined as they had been before.  Then ask yourself:  What can we do to make certain we are the first to dominate any new media technologies?

Media Monopolies Declare War on Conservatives

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
We succeeded before despite the old liberal monopolists.  We can repeat that success against the new “progressive” monopolists.  My co-author David Franke and I expalin how in the upcoming serialization of our book America's Right Turn.

The Droppings of the Peacock Network

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

The feathers on the Peacock Network are off and the liberal farce it has become is evident for all to see. Its hosts and guests can tell the most pathetic, panicky lies, never apologize for them, and still turn back up on the air. If it weren’t for double standards, as the saying goes, NBC wouldn’t have any at all.

Megyn Kelly’s Spectacular Flop into NBC Spotlight

Kathryn Blackhurst, Lifezette

Only two interviews into the inaugural run of NBC News’ “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly,” the former rising star and Fox News host is being walloped by criticism from all corners. Kelly’s Alex Jones headache arrived on the heels of her controversial and underwhelming debut: her June 4 interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Her debut was largely panned as weak.

President Trump’s Epic Beatdown of the Media Elite

Why does President Trump’s adversarial relationship with the establishment media seem to help him sell himself and his agenda? What could be better than getting your enemies in the media to provide you with a live broadcast documenting your beatdown of them.

Censored: Planned Parenthood Activists Clash with Police at #ProtestPP March

ABC and CBS, NBC would like you to believe there is some sort of moral equivalence between pro-life #ProtestPP and the vile conduct of Planned Parenthood supporters and so they didn't even hint at the conflict between police and Planned Parenthood supporters, but you can see it for yourself in the MRC's must see video.

It’s All About Me: The Cult of Megyn Kelly

Leesa K. Donner, CNS News

In the case of Ms. Kelly, reality has become a twisted and perverse exploration of identity. But make no mistake, Megyn Kelly may be the poster child for this plague of self that is sweeping across the broadcast news industry, but the disease has gone viral, and unfortunately for all of us, there may no longer be any way to contain it.

NBC offers GOP candidates airtime to match Trump

Jesse Byrnes, The Hill

NBC has reached an agreement with the campaigns of several Republican presidential candidates to offer them equal airtime after Donald Trump hosted "Saturday Night Live” this month, according to multiple reports. Ohio Gov. John Kasich, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore and Sen. Lindsey Graham (S.C.) will get time on 18 NBC affiliates in the early voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina on Friday and Saturday in prime-time, as well as on this weekend's “SNL."

Time for Conservative Cultural Surrender?

Brent Bozell, CNS News

Bozell answers an emphatic no. Instead, Republicans need to keep identifying the leftist extreme on the "culture wars" — those powerful liberals who mock people who are "bitter clingers" to their guns and religion.

Study: Even the MSMedia Seems to Be Giving Up on OCare

Rich Noyes, NewsBusters.org

A new study from the Media Research Center finds that ABC, CBS and NBC had apparently decided that ObamaCare was not a worthy topic for their evening newscasts. 

Networks Mad at A&E for Not Forcing Phil Robertson to Apologize

Hollie McKay, Fox News

"Several high-ranking executives have expressed upset over the way this all played out. The network execs think that in allowing Phil to come back so quickly and seamlessly, without apology, sets a bad standard.”

Big Corps Reducing Benefits to Avoid OCare Tax

Mary Katherine Hamm, Hot Air

Large companies— add ‘em to the small companies and individual market plans—are also reducing benefits, raising co-pays and deductibles to cope with Obamacare’s new costs.

NBC: Love Hillary, Shove Benghazi

Kyle Drennen, Media Research Center

On Sept. 11, NBC aired two segments celebrating Hillary Clinton's newest achievements while giving only 10 seconds on the anniversary of the Benghazi attacks.