CHQ Poll: Iowans Think Like CHQ Readers – 8/15/11
Your response to our Iowa debate poll question was eerily similar to Iowa voter responses two days later in the Iowa Straw Poll.

Harry Reid Expects the Tea Party to Fade Away

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 8/15/11
One thing is certain: As long as Harry Reid is calling the shots in the Senate, the future of the Tea Party is assured.

Rick Perry is the Only Candidate Who Passes the Two Key Tests

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 8/15/11
Perry’s announcement that he is running for the GOP nomination brought a wave of relief to conservatives because he's the only candidate who's a committed conservative and can beat Obama.

11th Circuit Court of Appeals Obamacare Ruling a Reminder to Constitutional Conservative Activists

By - 8/12/11
"This ruling is one more reminder to Tea Party and conservative movement activists of how important the Presidential power to appoint federal judges is," says Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of

Republican Schizophrenia on Display in McConnell Debt Deal Picks

By Richard A. Viguerie -- 8/13/11
The GOP’s schizophrenia was on full view as Senate Leader Mitch McConnell announced two freshmen and his handpicked number two as his appointees to the debt “super committee.” 

CHQ Poll: Over two-thirds watched the debate – 8/12/11
Interest in the debate was high, but not overwhelming.

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.