Republican Party

Repub. ID Crisis: Record Low Align W/ GOP

Seth McLaughlin, The Washington Times

A record number people (42%) are now identifying themselves as independents, while the number of people that identify as Republicans has dipped to a new low, according to 25 years of Gallup polling.

Obama Policies Haven't Helped Poor

Dave Boyer, Washington Times

Although Obama often rails against income inequality in America, his policies have had little impact overall on poverty. A record 47 million Americans receive food stamps, about 13 million more than when he took office.

Establishment GOP Leaders Take The 30 Pieces Of Silver To Pass Amnesty

The passive, weak-kneed, and principle-free response of the GOP establishment to demands for amnesty for illegal aliens is to be expected of a Party whose leading establishment figures, like Haley Barbour, readily take the 30 pieces of silver from Big Business, rather than fight for American workers, the rule of law and American exceptionalism.

Republicans Really Could Win It All

Larry J. Sabato, Politico Magazine

These 3 factors -- the president, the economy and the election playing field -- seem to be pointing toward Republican gains in both houses in the 2014 midterms.

Will de Blasio Help Conservatism?

Noel Sheppard, Newsbusters.org

Commenting on new NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio (D), Will said, "[T]here's nothing better for American conservatism than periodic examples of untrammeled liberalism...I give him three years and people will be begging for a return to something else."

Two Resolutions Conservatives Must Make and Keep in 2014

There are two New Year’s resolutions that every conservative must make and keep in 2014: The first is to do everything, and we do mean everything, humanly possible to defeat amnesty to illegal aliens. The second is to work to make sure every office – including the all-important Republican Precinct Committeeman positions – on the 2014 Republican Primary ballot has a limited government constitutional conservative candidate filed and running a real campaign.

Red v. Blue States: A Divide Worth Having

J. Robert Smith, American Thinker

The left's error may be in thinking that conservative Americans will eventually go quietly into the good night, permitting the left to work its will.

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.

GOP Can Count Ways to Senate Majority

Donna Cassata, Associated Press

The liberal mainstream media claim that Repubs. count enough competitive races to challenge Dems. for control of the Senate in the 2014 elections, but that the tea party stand in the way of victory. We're sure it's the opposite.

Poll: Who Was The Biggest Winner of 2013?

As a conservative, who was the biggest WINNER of 2013 (besides Obama)?
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Rove's Repub. Rivals Step Up

Steve Benen, MSNBC

Despite Karl Rove's tarnished reputation from his huge 2012 election failures, he still has a media perch and raises money via American Crossroads. However, Rove has more intra-party rivals this time.

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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Liberal Poll: GOP Has Early Edge

Paul Steinhauser, CNN

Dems. have lost their advantage and Repubs. now have a slight edge in the battle for Congress, according to a new national poll, which indicates that Obama may be dragging down Dem. congressional candidates.

O's Bad Immigration Agenda & Amnesty Push

Emily Miller, Washington Times

Republicans must insist laws are inforced, not just woo Hispanics for midterm elections.

Keeping Virginia Purple: Who Lost VA?

Betsy Woodruff, National Review Online

After the wrenching losses this year, Republicans are looking for unity in the Old Dominion.

NSA Probe of TeaParty Purely Political

Steve Lisak, The Columbia Dispatch

The Liberty Township Tea Party (OH) was instructed by the IRS to answer 35 questions in its tax-exempt application. One was “Provide details regarding your relationship with Justin Binik-Thomas (a Cincinnati-area tea-party activist).” The tea party has had only phone conversations with him. The NSA was the only agency with access to that data. So the NSA must have used the info.

After D's Go Nuclear, GOP Fights Back

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

Dems may have changed the rules on filibusters, but far from ending the intense battle over Obama’s nominations, the move has pushed Repubs. to fight harder — and to pioneer other tactics.

Boehner's Betrayal of His Party

Jenny Beth Martin, New York Times

The founder of the Tea Party Patriots writes, "When establishment Republicans call spending increases spending cuts, deny that raising taxes is a hike, and champion deficit reduction that doesn’t scratch the surface of our nation’s debt, it suggests a detachment from the facts."

Levin: Republican Party's Doomed

PatDollard.com Staff

Mark Levin stated recently on his radio show that, ‘It’s time for a new Republican Party because this one is doomed.’

Today Conservatives Can Remake Congress And Restore America

Congressional retirements are picking up. It does the cause of limited constitutional government no good to nominate and elect another establishment Republican. Here’s the list of open seats to-date. Conservatives must start making the calls and setting the meetings to recruit limited government constitutional conservative candidates to run in every Republican primary.