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Democrat Attorneys General Use Deceptive Fundraising For Radical Left Politics

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, Daily Caller

One deceptive email from Democrats AGs is not as troubling as their lawless behavior even before their Trump Derangement Syndrome. Now, however, they are more unhinged and see their niche as a band of litigators to uproot the rule of law and American tradition in favor of their progressive base.

GOP Establishment Risking Senate Majority By Continuing To Oppose Judge Moore

With less than three weeks to go until the Dec 12 Alabama Special Election the GOP establishment continues to entertain the fantasy that they can keep the Alabama Senate seat in GOP hands and defeat Judge Roy Moore by mounting a write-in campaign for a nonexistent Republican candidate.

Paying the price for Trump Derangement Syndrome

Wesley Pruden, Washington Times

The noisy Democratic “resistance” has sapped so much of the big-donor money that the traditional repositories of fighting reserves are getting only a trickle of the juice. “When everybody with a printer and a letterhead can pose as a Trump-killer,” says one party advocate, “there’s not a lot of money left lying around for the party.”

Scholarship Deadline For October 12 Conservative Double Your Donors Seminar Fast Approaching

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
America needs young conservatives to master the knowledge it takes to build organizations and campaigns for the next 50 years to defeat progressive forces. As the "Funding Father of the Conservative Movement," I want to pass on my knowledge to the next generation. You can help make that happen.

Change The Life Of A Young Conservative

By: Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
As a general rule, the left does a far better job of marketing and communicating their dangerous ideas and policies than we conservatives do marketing freedom and liberty.  I plan to change that with my October 12th seminar.

I Share My Secrets

By Richard A Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
If you are leading a conservative organization – or want to start one – I invite you to take this one-time opportunity to understand the new “Age of Trump” marketing environment we conservatives face, and save $500, by registering today for my October 12 direct mail/marketing seminar.

Could October 12 Decide The Future Of The Conservative Movement?

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
On October 12 I am holding my first (and maybe only) direct mail/marketing seminar. In my opinion, the next three years offer an unprecedented opportunity for conservative organizations to grow and I want to share my insights with as many conservatives as possible.

It's Time To Drain The Swamp In The GOP

We conservatives need to translate the grassroots rage over the betrayals of Republican elected officials into a national conversation about the future of the Republican Party and a wave of national activism to nominate and elect “Drain the Swamp” Republicans to the House of Representatives and the US Senate.

Newton’s Third Law of Physics is Alive and Operating in the Political Arena

Our opponents are raising hundreds of millions of dollars and growing their organizations. The good news is, the voters and donors of Donald Trump's new conservative -- populist coalition are more engaged and outraged than ever. If there was ever a time to start or grow your conservative organization that time is now.

A Reagan Game Changing Idea For Trump

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
A Trump victory is in sight, but not assured. Trump needs a bold, game changing closing strategy to take charge of the conversation, bypass the establishment media filter and close the deal with America’s long suffering country class voters.

Trump reports $18 million post-debate fundraising haul

Yousef Saba, Politico

Donald Trump's campaign said Tuesday that his campaign has pulled in $18 million in online donations in the 24 hours after Monday night's debate with Hillary Clinton. “As a result of Donald Trump’s huge debate win last night, we had a massive fundraising day bringing in more than $18 million.” the Republican presidential nominee's campaign announced.

Mook spooked: Clinton fundraising falling short, 'should be crushing' it

Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

The Clinton campaign is raising red flags over depressed Democratic fundraising, telling supporters that when they should be "crushing" Donald Trump with donations, checks flowing into the campaign are behind projections.

Trump fundraising sets off Clinton camp alarms

Gabriel Debenedetti, Politico

The real estate developer was always expected to build up his fundraising capacity at some point in the campaign, but even veteran campaign financiers have expressed surprise at his strength online, a phenomenon that’s reminiscent — if hardly equal — to the Bernie Sanders cash machine that bedeviled the Clinton camp during the primary.

Trump's fundraising fail imperils House, Senate GOP

Sarah Westwood, David M. Drucker, Al Weaver, Washington Examiner

Donald Trump's staggering failure to raise money in May could set back his presidential campaign and endanger members of his party running down ticket. As the Republican National Committee tries to fill the gap, it leaves the party with fewer resources to invest in congressional and gubernatorial races.

Ted Cruz Has Raised $3 Million Since Iowa Caucus

Michelle Fields, Breitbart

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz’s campaign has announced that they have raised $3 million dollars since the Iowa caucus. Cruz’s campaign manager, Jeff Roe, tweeted the news Thursday saying, “$10M from 182,000 contributions averaging $55 has been raised since January 1 thru last night. $3M since 10 pm on February 1! Thank you!”

Cruz raises close to $20 million in quarter

Jonathan Swan, The Hill

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) raised nearly $20 million in the fourth fundraising quarter of 2015 — a strong improvement on his earlier totals and a figure worthy of an emerging front-runner. Cruz has grown his fundraising every quarter, with his dollar figures rising almost in lock-step with his polling and the general momentum of his campaign.

Jeb Bush Gets Money From Family Supporters

Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press

About half of the roughly $120 million raised to help him win the Republican presidential nomination comes from donors who previously gave to his brother or father, both former presidents, according to a new analysis of Federal Election Commission records by Crowdpac.com, a nonpartisan political research company.

Obama’s Blatant Lies on Pandering to the Rich

Tim Carney, Washington Examiner

We all know Obama loves to play the populist game, but it’s all part of his fostering a culture of corruption and lies. Here, Tim Carney points out that Obama will be sending out fundraising emails branding Republicans as catering to the rich while he’s doing just that – and more.

Direct Mail: Ethical And Essential For The Conservative Movement

Kimberly Bellissimo, Daily Caller

Kimberly Bellissimo, founder of Base Connect, swats Matt Lewis' misinformed article about direct mail. Direct mail gets your message out in a targeted way to the people who are most interested in your message. It's proven to heighten awareness of a candidate or cause among those most likely to take action.