Republican Senate candidates following the national GOP’s “prevent defense” strategy have been strangely silent on the winning issue of "security." Here's how you can help push the GOP into campaigning on this winning issue and advance important conservative policy goals in the process.

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

The leadership that Americans need and are looking for doesn’t come from Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Reince Priebus, or any of the Republican establishment. The leadership comes from each of us in the conservative movement, our organizations, our members. We are the driving force to Save America.

We might just as well say that President Barack Obama beheaded Colleen Hufford, because through his actions, and especially the actions of the Obama Pentagon, Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security, Alton Nolan, Mrs. Hufford's Islamist murderer, was given cover.

China is a complicated civilization with a venerable heritage in rapid transition to somewhere, but no one is quite sure where.  Politics remains authoritarian, and it isn’t obvious that democracy would yield a meek Beijing.

The idea that illegal aliens who meet the phony background checks taking place under DACA have somehow been “vetted” and are fit to serve in the United States military defies our experience in Iraq, Afghanistan and Ft. Hood.

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Republican Senate candidates following the national GOP’s “prevent defense” strategy have been strangely silent on the winning issue of "security." Here's how you can help push the GOP into campaigning on this winning issue and advance important conservative policy goals in the process.

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

The leadership that Americans need and are looking for doesn’t come from Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Reince Priebus, or any of the Republican establishment. The leadership comes from each of us in the conservative movement, our organizations, our members. We are the driving force to Save America.

We might just as well say that President Barack Obama beheaded Colleen Hufford, because through his actions, and especially the actions of the Obama Pentagon, Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security, Alton Nolan, Mrs. Hufford's Islamist murderer, was given cover.

China is a complicated civilization with a venerable heritage in rapid transition to somewhere, but no one is quite sure where.  Politics remains authoritarian, and it isn’t obvious that democracy would yield a meek Beijing.

The idea that illegal aliens who meet the phony background checks taking place under DACA have somehow been “vetted” and are fit to serve in the United States military defies our experience in Iraq, Afghanistan and Ft. Hood.

National security, especially destroying the threat posed by the misogynistic radical Muslims of the Islamic State moves female voters. Republicans should nationalize the election by making it clear they stand for the destruction of the Islamic State in part because of the threat it represents to women.

Watch this video to hear outspoken conservative commentator, ConservativeHQ.com chairman, and author of “Takeover” Richard Viguerie blast the national GOP leadership for not nationalizing the '14 midterm elections and being too soft in their rhetoric about Obama and the Dems. Viguerie outlines what conservatives can do to lead.

The left has developed a new form of terrorism and Rush Limbaugh is the terrorists first target.

New studies show that in just three states some 1.7 million native-born American workers have been displaced by immigrants – both legal and illegal. And the numbers have yet to come in for the other 47 states.

Scott Brown is hammering his Democratic opponent on immigration and national security, and surging, while other Republican Senate candidates are running on their resumes, avoiding immigration and national security, and lagging.

Obama's "Semper Latte" salute reveals a cold inner man who is hungry for the power of the office he holds, but contemptuous of its responsibilities.

Karl Rove says Republican Senate candidates face something like a $20 million deficit verses their Democratic opponents.The problem closing the deal with voters that Republicans are having in 2014 isn’t a lack of money. It is a lack of message.

Front Page Headlines

  • Kimberley A. Strassel, Wall Street Journal

    In at least a dozen midterm races, Republicans are struggling when they should be winning.

  • Sarah Rumpf, Breitbart

    "Lately, conservatives have been seeing the horrid Gov. Perry, including hiring two enemies of the conservative movement and now re-enforcing his support of in-state college tuition for illegal aliens which, of course, encourages more illegal aliens,” wrote CHQ's Richard Viguerie.

  • Breitbart TV

    "We had a flood of children coming across the border, once again, proving that no good immigration bill can pass until we have real border security. Big things in Wash. take bipartisan majorities. The issue of immigration, only way to do it and, frankly, the right way to do it is to do it in a broad, bipartisan way." 

  • Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

    Speaker John Boehner took the opposite track from Obama, saying on national television that the U.S. may very well have to send U.S. ground troops to root out the remainder of Islamic State terrorists.

  • David M. Drucker, Washington Examiner

    When Obama halted deportations in 2012 for 1.8 million undocumented immigrants brought here as children, Repubs. complained but took little action. But now that he's preparing a sweeping amnesty, GOP lawmakers are reluctantly gearing up to fight.

  • Rick Moran, American Thinker

    Speaker John Boehner told ABC News "This Week" that he would be willing to call the House back into session to debate any war authorization the president submitted. 

  • Peter Sullivan, The Hill

    John McCain told The New Yorker that he would support Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) for president if Paul is the GOP nominee. “I’ve seen him grow and I’ve seen him mature and I’ve seen him become more centrist," McCain told The New Yorker's Ryan Liaa, who wrote a long profile of Paul.

  • Kristin Tate, Breitbart

    Battleground Texas (BGTX) may have failed to take any action regarding the “admission” of an undercover volunteer with BGTX that she had broken multiple election laws, according to a new video investigation by journalist James O'Keefe. 

  • Anna Palmer, Politico

    Santorum is headed to Iowa in October to meet with key conservative activists. And he is growing his grass-roots network beyond early primary states. One hurdle he'll have is standing out in a field of candidates who can appeal to social conservatives.

  • Erick Erickson, Red State

    It is ironic that a group (NRSC) whose staff and outside consultants have routinely attacked Cruz and his supporters would gladly take Senator Cruz’s money. It is more ironic that this group would then attack another group (Family Research Council) as putting money ahead of values.

  • David Bossie, Breitbart

    Most, if not all, Repub. Senators believe there should be a Special Counsel in charge of investigating the IRS. Therefore, it is my hope that no Senator would vote to approve a new A.G. who is unwilling to do so. 

  • Julian Hattem, The Hill

    Sen. Ted Cruz won the Value Voters Summit presidential straw poll on Sat. The crowd burst onto applause as Family Research Council President Tony Perkins announced that Cruz won 25% of votes at the annual DC conference. Ben Carson came in second.

  • Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

    Sen. Jeff Sessions said that the replacement for the outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder should publicly “firmly reject” Obama’s planned executive amnesty, or every U.S. Senator should vote against him or her.

  • Tony Lee, Breitbart

    Even though R's may take back the Senate by running against amnesty, Jeb Bush pushed amnesty while stumping for NC GOP Sen. candidate Thom Tillis. Bush reportedly said that comprehensive immigration reform "will restore and sustain economic growth for this country."

  • Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

    Eric Holder and the DOJ still face contempt of Congress charges that'll linger after he leaves. Analysts said Holder, the first sitting Cabinet official to face a contempt citation from Congress, will likely duck any legal punishment, though his dept.

  • Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

    Two of the nation’s most popular conservative commentators, challenging the GOP to stop playing defense and moving to the middle, have called for a second Reagan Revolution.

  • Adelle Nazarian, Breitbart

    Dinesh D’Souza said that immigrants like himself from the Asian-American culture, in particular are "highly entrepreneurial, highly hard working... [and] they have benefited greatly from America. They are tailor made for the GOP and it's scandalous that the party hasn't found a way to woo them."

  • Benjamin Goad, The Hill

    Conservatives are warning Obama against using a lame-duck session of Congress to push through Attorney General Eric Holder's replacement, even as the White House signals its intention to fill the post quickly.

  • Ben Kamisar, The Hill

    Sarah Palin hit the stump in Kansas to help rally the party’s base behind Sen. Pat Roberts, one of nation’s most vulnerable GOP Senate incumbents. In an unusual move for Palin, she cast Roberts, who has drawn Tea Party ire in the state, as a staunch conservative.

  • Greg Campbell, Tea Party News Network

    As the country focused on the resignation of Eric Holder, the most lawless A.G. this nation has ever seen, Obama quietly issued an executive order to allow illegal immigrants to join the U.S. military.

  • Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

    Coburn said that lawmakers from both parties, including GOP Speaker John Boehner, lied about the amount of spending in the recently-passed continuing resolution because it far exceeds the amount promised in the two-year federal budget bill passed at the end of 2013.

  • Jonah Bennett, Daily Caller

    A recent Inspector Gen. report shows that the Dept. of Justice spent millions on unnecessary expert witnesses, who often broke the rules by splurging on hotels and first class flights. The report reviewed 729 expert witness files; at least 10% of the sample had misuse of funds totaling $15 million.