78% of Conservatives Want Nuclear Power

That’s the verdict of conservatives and Tea Partiers in our CHQ Poll.

Three Days that Could End America

What the Court is really deciding in the Obamacare case is why the federal government was created by the people of the United States.

Conservatives Ready for Another ‘Military Action’

A plurality of respondents to our CHQ Poll is in favor of taking military action to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapon capabilities.

Former Indiana Congressman and Co-founder of The Federalist Society David McIntosh Running for Congress

In Indiana's newly redrawn 5th district, and has already amassed a formidable array of conservative endorsements.

Should Romney Quit if He Can’t Win Louisiana?

Romney's weakness in conservative states shows a major flaw in the thinking of his establishment supporters.

You Can ‘count’ on Government to be America’s Biggest Lawbreaker

John Whitehead of The Rutherford Institute discusses with WorldNetDaily how the Census Bureau systematically violates the law under threat of fines and penalties.

Santorum Predicted to Win Louisiana in CHQ Poll

A clear majority of our conservative and Tea Party respondents expect Rick Santorum to march to his fourth victory in the South tomorrow.

Reagan author Craig Shirley: “Romneyism is about wiping Reaganism away”

“The Etch a Sketch comments from Romney are revealing and terrifying. Romneyism---like Bushism and McCainism---is about wiping Reaganism away from the Republican Party.”

CNN Pushes Romney to the Left

Mitt Romney should not be let off the hook for accepting the establishment notion that GOP candidates basically have to lie their way to the nomination and the White House, but there is also a deeper media narrative at work in this controversy -- namely, the premise that conservatives are out of the American mainstream and that only a left-of-center candidate can win the Presidency.

The Etch-a-Sketch Candidate

If Republicans want to defeat Barack Obama they will nominate a candidate like Rick Santorum who will nationalize the election and spend all his efforts from now to Election Day selling Americans on the conservative principles and policies that are necessary to turn this country around -- not "shake it up and restart all over again" like Mitt Romney would do.

PART 3. Without 1,144 Votes on the First Ballot Romney is in Trouble

If the delegates are assigned according to the Rules, when the roll is called in Tampa there is no reason to believe that with united conservative support behind him, Rick Santorum can’t win the Republican nomination for President once the delegates are free to vote their conscience.

PART 2. Romney's Delegates Face Credentials Showdown

What Romney and his supporters are doing goes beyond spin to demonstrate a pattern of establishment Republican Party leaders publicly giving Romney delegates he has yet to earn and worse yet, unilaterally ignoring the RNC rules to allocate delegates in a way that is favorable to Mitt Romney, but may not stand-up to a challenge at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.