GOP congressional candidate Marilinda Garcia is surging in New Hampshire in part because her campaign recognizes that big chunks of the youth vote want change and they define that change in conservative terms.

Nowhere in the announcement of Attorney General Eric Holder's new program to "counter violent extremism" is any word used that directly associates the need for the program with radical Islam.

In McClintock’s analysis arming the allegedly “carefully vetted” Free Syrian Army defies our experience in Afghanistan and Iraq where so-called “carefully vetted” local Islamic forces have turned their weapons against us.

We already know that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are two shameless liars who will evade responsibility for their decisions. If that’s all the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s investigation brings to light it will have failed.

For a year and a half, Republicans in Washington, abetted by their business allies, assailed conservatives privately and in the press. The message the party and its consultants sent since the 2012 elections was "conservatives need not apply." Unfortunately, the Republican establishment may get their wish.

There’s one very good reason for Scots to vote yes on independence: to tell the rest of the world “up yours!”

Once government reaches a certain size its prime directive ceases to be to serve the people who created it to become preserving itself and expanding its power. Obama, the Democratic Party and unionized government employees all have the same goal.

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GOP congressional candidate Marilinda Garcia is surging in New Hampshire in part because her campaign recognizes that big chunks of the youth vote want change and they define that change in conservative terms.

Nowhere in the announcement of Attorney General Eric Holder's new program to "counter violent extremism" is any word used that directly associates the need for the program with radical Islam.

In McClintock’s analysis arming the allegedly “carefully vetted” Free Syrian Army defies our experience in Afghanistan and Iraq where so-called “carefully vetted” local Islamic forces have turned their weapons against us.

We already know that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are two shameless liars who will evade responsibility for their decisions. If that’s all the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s investigation brings to light it will have failed.

For a year and a half, Republicans in Washington, abetted by their business allies, assailed conservatives privately and in the press. The message the party and its consultants sent since the 2012 elections was "conservatives need not apply." Unfortunately, the Republican establishment may get their wish.

There’s one very good reason for Scots to vote yes on independence: to tell the rest of the world “up yours!”

Once government reaches a certain size its prime directive ceases to be to serve the people who created it to become preserving itself and expanding its power. Obama, the Democratic Party and unionized government employees all have the same goal.

Obama said he won’t introduce ground forces for combat against ISIL.  But airstrikes are no panacea.  The president will face pressure to escalate if his initial efforts fall short.

Republicans won't win back the Senate or other key races if they take a knee or throw the ball out of bounds on amnesty for illegal aliens, Obama’s contempt for the Constitution, Congress’ out-of-control spending and how to effectively confront the great national security threats facing the country today.

Despite the angry protests and venom spewed at her from her detractors — Florida's Republican Attorney General Pam Bondi has been true to her oath and right on the issues; that’s why we endorse Pam Bondi for reelection as Florida’s Attorney General.

A key group of Northern Virginia's leading conservative women hosted a reception for VA-11 Republican candidate Suzanne Scholte at the McLean home of Maiselle Dolan Shortley.

Rand Paul is the only potential presidential candidate talking about reducing the power of the office he might seek. SIGN OUR PETITION URGING RAND PAUL TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT. VOTE NOW IN OUR 2014 PRESIDENTIAL STRAW POLL FOR YOUR FAVORITE GOP CANDIDATE!

Front Page Headlines

  • Elizabeth Harrington, Washington Free Beacon

    Vague language within Obamacare will result in nearly 2 million Americans being unable to afford health insurance, according to a new report. The so-called “family glitch” occurs when an individual is offered health insurance through their employer but the plan is not extended to the rest of their family.

  • John Hayward, Breitbart

    It has become illegal to display an American flag, at least in certain places and times. For example, you'd better not fly the Stars and Stripes at Woodruff High School in S. Carolina, especially on Sept. 11.

  • Betsy Rothstein, Daily Caller

    Since when does the Department of Justice coordinate with an obviously liberal media organization to go after a conservative reporter? It’s official: At least since 2011.

  • Robert W. Patterson, Breitbart

    How can Repubs. recapture the Senate from Harry Reid and the Dems? A new poll points to a winning strategy, if GOP leaders have the courage to use the remaining 7 weeks to nationalize the elections around 1 game-changing issue.

  • Bridget Johnson, PJ Media

    Republican senators selected Sen. Mike Lee to lead the conservative agenda in upper chamber starting in the 114th Congress. Sen. Pat Toomey, who has served as the chairman of the Senate Steering Comm. for the past 2 years, will step down from the post at the end of this year.

  • Betsy Woodruff, Washington Examiner

    “Today the Tea Party Leadership Fund is launching a nationwide campaign to draft Congressman Trey Gowdy to serve as the next Speaker of the House AND BRING TRUE CONSERVATIVE LEADERSHIP TO CONGRESS."

  • Matt Fuller, Roll Call

    After voting to give Obama the authority to arm and train Syrian rebels, the House passed legislation Weds. to fund the gov't until Dec. 11 (at a $1.012 trillion level), moving the bill to avoid a shutdown and address Islamic State orgs.

  • Streiff, Red State

    What GOP estab. lobbyist and consultant John Feehery is not-so subtly pushing is a program of increased gov't spending that Obama will sign into law. He has editorialized in favor of crony capitalism. He's not interested in the future of the U.S. or the GOP. He's interested in lining his wallet.

  • Ashe Schow, Washington Examiner

    The GOP's new nom. for NH02, Marilinda Garcia, is young, successful and personable: everything the GOP needs to shake up the party and start appealing to younger voters.

  • Daniel Horowitz, Breitbart

    As the midterm elections cast a heavy shadow over the political discourse, Constitution Day should remind us that our elections are as meaningful as those conducted in the Middle East unless we demand that those elected officials return to our founding principles.

  • James Longstreet, American Thinker

    Who is telling the Centers for Disease Control to stand down on illegal immigration?

  • Michael D. Pitman, Hamilton Journal News

    Nine Tea Party organizations, including the Liberty Twp. (Ohio) group, are still awaiting a response from the IRS, according to Gene Kapp, a spokesman for the American Center for Law and Justice.

  • Mike Savino, Journal Inquirer

    A group of Connecticut state tea party leaders is calling on petitioning candidate Joseph Visconti to end his gubernatorial bid, saying he has no chance to win and could hurt the movement’s image regardless of who wins. 

  • Dan Riehl, Breitbart

    It should be noted that the poll is from Dem.-aligned Public Policy Polling but if the numbers prove out, the estab. GOP that threw everything it had at propping up an aging Pat Roberts in Kansas during a bruising primary may yet come to regret it.

  • Peter Sullivan, The Hill

    "When I asked Gen. Dempsey, militarily, how would we go in and kill the terrorists before they're able to take jihad to America, his answer was, 'We need to see political reconciliation,' " Cruz said. "It's not our job to be social workers in Iraq. It's our job to kill terrorists who have declared war on America."

  • Cameron Joseph, The Hill

    With a sweep of South, GOP would all but seal a majority in the Senate.

  • Guy Benson, Hot Air

    Don't get cocky, GOP. Until the data starts to reflect the expected rightward cascade of undecided voters, Republicans rely on that expectation at their peril. 

  • Matthew Burke, Tea Party News Network

    On September 17, 1787, the greatest and most unique political and legal document in the history of mankind was signed by 39 brave men, the U.S. Constitution. Today, we as patriotic Americans celebrate, honor and promote this time-honored document.

  • Matthew Clark, Red State

    A new report from the Gov't Accountability Office reveals what we’ve been saying all along: ObamaCare funds abortion. That means: you are paying for abortion with your federal tax dollars in direct violation of federal law.

  • Michael Bargo Jr., American Thinker

    The real story is that Obama cares not for the welfare of Hispanic juveniles. His only concern is to keep the Democratic National Machine in power. He himself was placed in the White House to rewrite Immigration Law.

  • Ken Cuccinelli, USA Today

    It's time to identify a set of conservative priorities that a Repub. Senate would tackle in '15 and send a signal to the conservative grassroots that a Repub. victory will mean a new focus in Washington on limited government and upholding the Constitution.

  • Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

    IRS Commissioner John Koskinen made a disturbing statement before Congress that the IRS follows the law “whenever we can.” As Thomas Lifson wrote, “The law, to Koskinen, evidently is a suggestion, not an ironclad requirement.” Actually, the situation is even worse than that.