Iowa Presidential Debate: GOP candidates aren’t exactly a field of dreams

By Jeffrey A. Rendall, Special to -- 8/12/11
Conservatives saw some fiery exchanges during Thursday night's Iowa presidential debate, but there was also the impression that the candidate field lacks something important.

None of the candidates in the Republican debate looked presidential

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 8/12/11
All tried to sound like charter members of the Tea Party, but the big obstacle for a number of them was their record.  Barack Obama and Rick Perry came off as the big winners just by not being there.

There Were No Ronald Reagans On the Stage of the GOP Presidential Debate

By Richard A. Viguerie - 8/11/11
The Republican debate was missing the big ideas that were the hallmark of Ronald Reagan's successful campaigns and presidency.

The Tea Party was the Big Winner of the GOP Presidential Debate

By Richard A. Viguerie - 8/11/11
The Tea Party was the big winner of the GOP presidential debate. All eight of the Republican candidates who appeared on the stage at the Ames, Iowa debate sounded like charter members of the Tea Party.

What is it about Newsweek (and the rest of the liberal media)? – 8/11/11
A third of our CHQ Poll respondents think they are sexist; the other two thirds say that’s unfair -- they are equal opportunity bigots.

Boehner appointees to “super committee” bear watching

By Richard A. Viguerie – 8/11/11
Two of them voted for the TARP bailout of Wall Street, so they are hardly constitutionalist conservatives. Boehner’s third appointee has been nearly invisible on spending issues this year.

When the mainstream media compliment the Tea Party

By Richard A. Viguerie – 8/11/11
That’s the time to check whether we’ve abandoned our principles.

Does Turmoil Over Florida’s Presidential Primary Date Help or Hurt the Tea Party?

By Richard A. Viguerie - 8/10/11
While the media continue to cover the inside baseball of the Republican Party rules about a change in the primary date, Tea Party activists react.

CHQ Poll: Obama is taking our lunch. Case closed – 8/10/11
None of this sentimental pity-the-victim nonsense about Obama being a community organizer who’s in over his head.  He knows what he’s doing.

CHQ Poll: No third-party bolt in sight

By – 8/10/11
Even if Romney is the nominee, three-fourths of Tea Party and conservative activists plan to stick with the GOP rather than bolt to a third-party effort.

The only way Obama can be re-elected

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 8/9/11
The electoral map and polls show a stunning reversal from 2008.  The only way President Obama can win is if we sit on our hands, stop fighting for our principles, and allow a business-as-usual Republican to capture the nomination.

Blaming Tea Party for S&P Downgrade Will Only Make It Stronger

By Staff - 8/8/11
"For the past two years the Tea Party has been the messenger of what all the Washington elites already know -- the spending can’t continue," says Chairman, Richard A. Viguerie.