It appears to us that the only difference between Clinton and Bush is on the process by which President Obama implemented policies that he didn’t think the newly elected 2014 Republican majority in Congress would pass. And the Big Businesses and tech companies that are pouring millions into their campaigns are the ones who benefit from their shared ideas about "comprehensive immigration reform," not America's hard-pressed middle class families.
Our friend Steve Coughlin has just released his much-anticipated book Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad. If you want to understand how we got where we are in the so-called “war on terror,” and how we are losing the war Islamists declared on the West, despite the fact that Islamists readily tell us what their plans are, and most importantly, if you want to arm yourself with the knowledge necessary to defend constitutional liberty against the unrelenting attacks of Islam, you’ve got to read Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad.
To read the build-up articles over the past week you’d think that having a woman and an African-American in the Republican campaign for President were ends in themselves – and let’s be honest – that’s largely how the liberal media thinks. They buy the idea that politics is about parceling out the nominations, offices and patronage along strict racial, ethnic and sex quotas; never mind what the candidates think or what principles they hold, as long as they check the right box on the quota tally. It should come as no surprise that we see it somewhat differently.
Reagan’s mantra was “peace through strength.” Peace was the end, strength the means. He focused his attention on the Soviet Union and its advanced outposts, especially in the Western Hemisphere. But he used the new capabilities created almost not at all.
Britain has informed a United Nations sanctions panel of an active Iranian nuclear procurement network linked to two blacklisted firms. Yet the Obama administration, desperate to get a deal - any deal - with Iran has been politicizing intelligence and hiding the facts of iran's nuclear weapons and missile programs from Congress and the American people. Please watch this powerful video from our friends at Secure Freedom and then tell your Senators and Representative #NoIranBombBonus.
Today, with the unprecedented level of attacks on religious liberty, free speech, and free markets, Americans need the Fourth Amendment. Unfortunately, the Fourth Amendment has been shredded, but fortunately for the preservation of liberty under the Consitution help may be on the way.
Ed Meese and Ken Blackwell make a point bigger than the facts in King v Burwell that in our opinion bears on how to correct the present threat to our constitutional government presented by the lawlessness of Barack Obama and the fecklessness of the Republican congressional leadership.
By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
To win in 2016 Republicans must stop treating Hillary Clinton's scandals like a silver bullet and start telling voters what the election of Mrs. Clinton would mean, and drawing a sharp and clear contrast between conservative policies and those far-Left policies upon which Hillary Clinton is already campaigning. But so far Republicans have given Hillary Clinton a pass on her truly radical ideas and policies – and instead played to her strongest point – the ability to weather a scandal.
Ben Weingarten of The Blaze has joined us in terming Obama's nuclear weapons deal with Iran, and the Corker bill to implement it, as treason. Yet a small, but decisive, group of establishment Republicans has joined with Democrats to defeat common sense amendments to Corker’s “Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015” and, turning almost 40 years of U.S. policy on its head, all but assure that Iran acquires nuclear weapons. The one alternative to the guaranteed acceptance of Iran’s nuclear weapons program through the Corker bill is an amendment to that bill offered by Senators Ted Cruz and Pat Toomey. We urge conservatives to contact their Senators and Representative (the Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) to demand they vote for the Cruz-Toomey amendment to the Corker bill and against the Corker bill if Cruz-Toomey does not pass.