Conservative Meeting Shows Newt Gingrich is Running as Newt Gingrich

Many conservative leaders are still undecided as to what to do about the presidential race, but the December 7 meeting with Newt Gingrich proved that he is back -- and willing to talk about conservatism.

Will Newt’s Hamiltonian Constitutionalism Satisfy Conservatives?

Newt’s response to Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's question on the Constitution may not have been completely comforting to his conservative skeptics.

Newt Has Some Grassroots Convincing To Do

Only half of our CHQ Poll respondents would commit to voting for him if he becomes the GOP presidential nominee. He cannot win the election with such lukewarm grassroots support.

Newt Gingrich Enters the Lion's Den, Gets Sustained Standing Ovation from Conservative Leaders

Newt Gingrich, with hopes of gaining the support of conservative voters, reached out to ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Richard A. Viguerie and requested an audience of top leaders in the conservative movement.

Why Ron Paul is Still Relevant, and Necessary

Ron Paul’s consistent message about the Constitution and the need for fiscal discipline has endeared him to conservative activists looking for real conservative leadership in the GOP.

Conservatives Divided on Trump Debate

While a majority agrees with Ron Paul on not participating in the Donald Trump debate, almost as many think he should attend it.

Ron Paul Wrong on the Trump/Newsmax Debate

This debate may very well be seen by a new group of voters, and a new market for conservative ideas. What can be wrong with that?

Viguerie: Tea Party Can End Corruption of Political Class

At the Washington Examiner, ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Richard A. Viguerie writes that in 2009, a great middle-class rebellion against the rot of Washington's corrupt political class began. That movement is called the Tea Party.

Cain Is Out, Paul Is First

With Herman Cain out of the race, CHQ Poll respondents pick Ron Paul over Newt Gingrich by more than a 2-to-1 margin.  Mitt?  Mitt who?

Ron Paul's Resignation Letter from the GOP

The following is the text of Congressman Ron Paul's letter of resignation, sent in 1984 to Frank Fahrenkopf, then chairman of the Republican National Committee.

As a lifelong Republican, it saddens me to have to write this letter. My parents believed in the Republican Party and its free enterprise philosophy, and that's the way I was brought up. At age 21, in 1956, I cast my first vote for Ike and the entire Republican slate.

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli Wins Huckabee Presidential Forum

Cuccinelli kept Saturday night's forum focused on the Constitution, and therefore came across as the "winner" though he was only asking questions of the candidates.

Nearly 2 Out of Every 3 Voters Support Paul in New CHQ Presidential Straw Poll

Ron Paul sets new record as the conservative grassroots demands tough talk on cutting spending.