Any Republican Senator, like Senator Orrin Hatch, who votes to confirm Loretta Lynch is disavowing the Constitution and the principles of the Republican Party, disrespecting the views of the Republican grassroots and inviting a principled limited government constitutional conservative to oppose them in the next Republican Primary election.

In 2013, under Obama's "catch and release" policy, 36,007 criminally convicted aliens were released by U.S. immigration officials, and in just one year 1,000 of them have since been convicted of a number of crimes, including but not limited to rape, assault with a deadly weapon, terroristic threats and lewd acts with a child under 14. Senators Chuck Grassley, Jim Inhofe, Jeff Sessions, David Vitter and Ted Cruz have introduced the “Keep Our Communities Safe Act" to put an end to this dangerous Obama policy. 

There’s an ever so slight glimmer of hope that at least some Republicans in the House are starting to understand what real “reform” might look like – and it means closing, not opening the loopholes in the immigration system that Barack Obama has been using to allow millions of illegal aliens to stay in the United States.

After two and a quarter centuries without their own “Fourth Amendment,” if the legislation passes Virginia citizens, law enforcement officials, and judges will get needed clarity about Virginians' constitutional rights against unreasonable searches and seizures.

It is time that Republicans exercised the power of their new majority and stood for SOMETHING, and standing for the Constitution and the principle of the equal and uniform application of the law by defeating the nomination of Loretta Lynch to be Attorney General would be a good place to start.

The GOP's Capitol Hill leaders have scratched from the race with Obama so many times if they were horses they'd have been dog food years ago.

This is the first installment of a sentence-by-sentence explanation of the proposed “Fourth Amendment for the 21st Century” to show the amendment is 100 percent based in sound Fourth Amendment principles and purposes consistent with the Framers’ vision. The first article, “WHY IT’S TIME FOR A 21ST CENTURY FOURTH AMENDMENT IN VIRGINIA,” provided general background about the amendment.

CHQ Exclusives

In 2013, under Obama's "catch and release" policy, 36,007 criminally convicted aliens were released by U.S. immigration officials, and in just one year 1,000 of them have since been convicted of a number of crimes, including but not limited to rape, assault with a deadly weapon, terroristic threats and lewd acts with a child under 14. Senators Chuck Grassley, Jim Inhofe, Jeff Sessions, David Vitter and Ted Cruz have introduced the “Keep Our Communities Safe Act" to put an end to this dangerous Obama policy. 

Any Republican Senator, like Senator Orrin Hatch, who votes to confirm Loretta Lynch is disavowing the Constitution and the principles of the Republican Party, disrespecting the views of the Republican grassroots and inviting a principled limited government constitutional conservative to oppose them in the next Republican Primary election.

There’s an ever so slight glimmer of hope that at least some Republicans in the House are starting to understand what real “reform” might look like – and it means closing, not opening the loopholes in the immigration system that Barack Obama has been using to allow millions of illegal aliens to stay in the United States.

After two and a quarter centuries without their own “Fourth Amendment,” if the legislation passes Virginia citizens, law enforcement officials, and judges will get needed clarity about Virginians' constitutional rights against unreasonable searches and seizures.

It is time that Republicans exercised the power of their new majority and stood for SOMETHING, and standing for the Constitution and the principle of the equal and uniform application of the law by defeating the nomination of Loretta Lynch to be Attorney General would be a good place to start.

The GOP's Capitol Hill leaders have scratched from the race with Obama so many times if they were horses they'd have been dog food years ago.

This is the first installment of a sentence-by-sentence explanation of the proposed “Fourth Amendment for the 21st Century” to show the amendment is 100 percent based in sound Fourth Amendment principles and purposes consistent with the Framers’ vision. The first article, “WHY IT’S TIME FOR A 21ST CENTURY FOURTH AMENDMENT IN VIRGINIA,” provided general background about the amendment.

The House of Saud for years has helped spread radical and violent Islam by subsidizing fundamentalist Wahhabi teachings at home and abroad. This theology celebrates hostility to modernity and encourages extremism and terrorism.
The McCaul border bill is another phony show vote that does not deport one illegal alien or even implement current law to build a fence to secure the southern border. Get the details here and then call your Representative and Senators and tell them you want real border security, not phony show votes, from the new Republican Majority. SIGN THE PETITION TO STOP OBAMA'S EXECUTIVE AMNESTY NOW!
At Steve King's Iowa Freedom Summit Gingrich pulled no punches and compared the threat posed by militant Islam to the threat the world faced from the Nazis before World War II and by the former Soviet Union after the war.
In a crucial step in the fight against Obamacare, Judicial Watch lawyers have asked the full court of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit to rehear Kawa Orthodontics LLP's challenge against the Obama administration's decision to ignore the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and unilaterally delay the implementation of the "employer mandate."
"In a Republican primary, every candidate’s going to come in front of you and say, 'I’m the most conservative guy that ever lived,'" Cruz told the Iowa Freedom Summit. "Talk is cheap," Cruz said. "The word tells us you will know them by their fruit." And Cruz is right.

Front Page Headlines

  • Jonathan Easley, The Hill

    In a call with supporters today (Friday), the former Massachusetts governor said it’s time “give other leaders in the Party the opportunity to become our next nominee.”

  • Susan Heavey, Reuters

    Reuters and Bloomberg report Mitt Romney today will tell supporters he plans to seek the U.S. presidency for a third time in 2016.

  • Jonathan Martin, New York Times

    David Kochel, a Republican strategist based in Iowa who worked on both of Mitt Romney’s presidential campaigns, is joining Jeb Bush’s political action committee as a senior strategist and is in line to serve as Mr. Bush’s national campaign manager.

  • Christian Science Monitor, Harry Bruinius

    As they seek to maintain the values of their religious commitments, opponents of same-sex marriage are claiming that they are facing discrimination, if not outright persecution.

  • CBS DC

    “Even though their policies haven’t quite caught up, their rhetoric is starting to sound pretty Democratic,” Obama said of Republicans at the House Democratic retreat. “I consider imitation the highest form of flattery.” Conservatives would certainly agree.

  • Lucia Mutikani, Reuters

    U.S. economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter as weak business spending and a wider trade deficit offset the fastest pace of consumer spending since 2006.

  • The Wall Street Journal, Rebecca Ballhaus

    A network of conservative groups backed by the billionaire Koch brothers said it is planning to spend $889 million on the 2016 elections, an unprecedented figure that is more than twice the amount that 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney spent on his campaign.

  • The Hill, Keith Laing

    A group of 50 conservative organizations in Washington is mobilizing opposition to an increase in the 18.4 cents per gallon federal gas tax to pay for new transportation projects saying falling gas prices are the first significant relief many Americans have experienced in years.

  • Salon, Luke Brinker

    Sarah Palin came out swinging against her Fox News colleague Bill O’Reilly, ripping the popular host for not taking her latest flirtation with a presidential bid seriously.

  • CNN, Collinson & Reston

    Jeb Bush is claiming to be a conservative, and the establishment media like CNN are lining up to support him, even though the issues that he's most vocal about -- the Common Core education standards and immigration reform -- are the positions that most infuriate conservatives.

  • Bloomberg, David Weigel

    At the Loretta Lynch confirmation hearing Ted Cruz managed to steal the spotlight on an issue near and dear to the hearts of many conservatives: reforming the Internal Revenue Service. 

  • Rick Moran, American Thinker

    The fact that Boehner was blindsided on abortion & border security shows a man without a plan or even a clue. Unless both Boehner & McConnell show leadership & begin listening to their members, R's are in danger of being seen as unable to govern.

  • Hans von Spakovsky, Daily Signal

    The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the felony conviction of Harvey Whittemore, a big financial supporter of Sen. Harry Reid.

  • Caroline May, Breitbart

    A new poll finds a majority of registered voters oppose Obama’s exec. amnesty & support the current GOP strategy to defund his actions. The new Paragon Insights survey found that 58% of registered voters oppose O’s actions, compared to 36% supporting them.

  • Alexander Bolton, The Hill

    Mitch McConnell & John Boehner are struggling to find a way to fund the Dept. of Homeland Security while meeting conservative demands to unwind Obama’s exec. actions giving legal status to millions of illegals who would face deportation.

  • Alexander Bolton, The Hill

    Mitch McConnell & John Boehner are struggling to find a way to fund the Dept. of Homeland Security while meeting conservative demands to unwind Obama’s exec. actions giving legal status to millions of illegals who would face deportation.

  • Daniel Horowitz, Conservative Review

    R's turn winning issues into losing issues. They can’t win, in their minds, on most of the issues codified in the GOP platform because they won’t fight for them. And they won’t fight for them because they don't believe in them.