Illinois Doesn’t Have to be Like Ohio for Santorum

By some estimates Mitt Romney has already spent $5 million in Illinois, topping Rick Santorum at least 7 to 1. However, that doesn’t mean the Illinois Republican Primary has to be like Ohio, and Michigan for that matter, where the scrappy underdog Rick Santorum campaign battles to a close second.

Tea Partier Richard Mourdock’s Senate Campaign Gets a Boost

Richard Lugar, Indiana’s long-time Senator has been ruled ineligible to vote for his own re-election, giving Tea Party favorite Indiana state treasurer Richard Mourdock a substantial boost in his campaign to unseat the establishment favorite in the May 8 primary.

O’Keefe Fights Liberal Establishment, Gets Shout-out from Bill O’Reilly

When James O’Keefe and the citizen journalists of Project Veritas show how easy it is to corrupt the present no-ID voting system, they not only give heart to those who are fighting for change, but they undermine the entire case Attorney General Eric Holder is making for the corrupt status quo.

Two-Thirds Not Ready to Switch to Puerto Rican System

Conservatives and Tea Partiers responding to our CHQ Poll aren’t ready to give up their right to vote in presidential elections in return for no federal taxes.

Conservatives Still Split on Legal Pot

A narrow majority agrees with Pat Robertson, however, that it’s time to legalize marijuana.

Viguerie to Gingrich: Don't Quit the Fight, Join Santorum to Win It

Far from asking Newt to withdraw from the fight to nominate a movement conservative for President, I am asking that he take a leading role – perhaps the pivotal role – in that battle, by throwing the weight of his formidable intellect and political skills behind Rick Santorum.

Richard Viguerie: Conservative Movement Powers Santorum Victories

The conservative movement is uniting behind Rick Santorum’s candidacy -- and when conservatives are united behind one candidate there is nothing inevitable about a Romney nomination at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.

Flow, Baby, Flow!

Canada has drilled the oil. Conservatives say let it flow to the United States. Start construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline now, they tell the CHQ Poll.

A Fuzzy Math Delegate Count from The Washington Post

The Post’s continued misinformation about the Republican National Convention delegate count and how the final voting process will take place is starting to make us wonder if there really is an inside-the-Beltway establishment conspiracy to hand the Republican nomination to Mitt Romney.

Will Today be the Day Conservatives Unite Behind Santorum?

After today’s Mississippi and Alabama Republican Primaries, one of three men is going to be President:  Barrack Obama, Mitt Romney or Rick Santorum. Newt Gingrich has no real path to the nomination and should withdraw.

HBO’s ‘Game Change’—Few Conservatives Bothered To Watch

They know how the election turned out, of course. But apparently conservatives also felt that HBO’s bias was preordained, so why add to its market share?

The Rise of Newt Proves to be a Bust in CHQ Presidential Straw Poll

Heading into Super Tuesday, some political pundits expected Newt to soar on a late surge. However, that proved to be a bust, just as the CHQ Presidential Straw Poll predicted.