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GOP's Immigration Plan: Legalize Without Citizenship?

Michael Dorstewitz, Biz Pac Review

GOP leaders will reveal their immigration reform proposal this week. It will call for enhanced border security, increased immigration enforcement, and a means for undocumented immigrants already in the U.S. to attain legal status over time — but not citizenship.

Conservative Tea Partiers Hold Power in Immigration Battle

Alexander Bolton and Russell Berman, The Hill

The immigration reform debate in the House could boil down to a handful of influential Tea Party conservatives.

Dividing the Conservative Coalition

People are already beginning to say: Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, and the Republican Party is dead.

Conservatives Plot Takedown of GOP Leaders' Amnesty Plans

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

As House Repub. leaders prepare an immigration proposal that could go much further towards amnesty than their prior public stances, conservative lawmakers are quietly plotting to push back.

One Day Left To Save America

Over the next few days, out of the public eye and behind closed doors, the House Republican “leadership” is going to pull out all the stops to get Republican House Members to commit to the amnesty plan backed by the US Chamber and the cheap labor wing of Big Business – this may be your last chance to save America because once such a bill passes there will be no going back. Please click this link to save America by demanding your Representative sign the CHQ "No Amnesty Pledge." 

Rand Paul in Third Place?

The findings of the new NBC News/Marist Poll are an early wake-up call that we conservatives must avoid what our good friend Morton Blackwell, founder and president of the Leadership Institute, and Virginia’s long-serving Republican National Committeeman, calls “The Sir Galahad Theory of Politics.”

Rand Paul and Mark Levin Are Right: Congress Is Failing You

Congress continues its sketchy jam-it-through strategy of bill passage and then gets indignant when a harmful provision is discovered after the fact. Insiders reveal that lawmakers are voting without even reviewing bills. Is Congress guilty of dereliction of duty?

1,582-Page Omnibus Bill to Be Voted on In Less Than 2 Days

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

The omnibus spending bill that Rep. Hal Rogers (R-KY) introduced with Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) is more than 1,500 pages long – and Representatives are expected to vote on it less than two days after it was introduced. It's the second part of the bad Paul Ryan budget deal.

Have You Called Congress Today To Oppose Amnesty?

The only way to defeat amnesty is to keep the pressure on the rank and file Members of the House Republican Conference. It is absolutely vital to the future of your country that you contact your Representative to demand that he or she sign the ConservativeHQ “No Amnesty Pledge” before the January 23 retreat begins.

Send Congress A Message: Demand They Take The CHQ “No Amnesty" Pledge

The House Republicans' principle-free leadership thinks they can stall around until after filing for the 2014 Republican primaries closes and then pass a bill granting amnesty to illegal aliens. Don't let them get away with it! Demand that your Representative sign the CHQ "No Amnesty Pledge" today

Conservatives Pick Biggest Losers of 2013

CHQ readers have spoken and, next to President Obama, they overwhelmingly chose establishment Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner as CHQ’s Biggest Loser of 2013.

Who, Aside From Obama, Was the Biggest Winner of 2013?

Did conservatives win by losing in 2013, or were the fights over funding ObamaCare, spending and the debt ceiling the devastating conservative losses the media and establishment Republicans say they were? Take our Biggest Winner of 2013 Poll now.

Poll: Who Was The Biggest Winner of 2013?

As a conservative, who was the biggest WINNER of 2013 (besides Obama)?
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Poll: Who Were The Biggest Losers of 2013?

As a conservative, who would you say was the biggest loser of 2013 (besides Obama)?
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Who, Aside From Obama, Was the Biggest Loser of 2013?

We think the most interesting year-end political question is not who the biggest loser is, but who, aside from Obama, is the biggest loser of 2013? Here are our nominees. Please let us know what you think or add yours in the comments section, and don't forget to take our "biggest loser of 2013" poll, we will report the results in the New Year's Eve edition of CHQ.

Congress Fakes Frugality While Uncle Sam Bankrupts America

Mulcting is a word you don't see very often. Read on to learn a new word that perfectly expresses what is going on in the Paul Ryan-John Boehner-Eric Cantor budget betrayal.

Levin: R's Stabbed Vets in the Back

Right Scoop Staff

The Ryan/Murray budget agreement passed the Senate Weds. 64/35 with 9 Repubs. voting for it. Mark Levin says nothing was done to fix the problem of taking benefits away from our disabled veterans and that while some want to blame the Dems for this, he points out that this bill is a Repub. bill the came out of the House.

Mike Lee Takes on Peter King

Elise Cooper, American Thinker

When asked about Peter King's attacks on the Tea Party and conservative base, Sen. Mike Lee said, "I would advise anyone who wants to attack our base that if most of us cannot get on the same page the country will continue to lurch towards the left. Those who attack our base are impairing the ability of their own party to win elections."

McCain Blasts R's Who Are Against Budget Deal

Breitbart News Staff

John McCain lashed out at Repubs. who voted against the Ryan-Murray budget deal, saying they "lack intellectual integrity."

Conservatives: Fight Budget Deal & Vote in 2014

Peter Ferrara, American Spectator

If all the most conservative voters stay home in 2014, having been convinced by conservative opinion leaders that the R's aren’t worth coming out to vote for, then DC will conclude that the American people want to go Communist.