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New Jersey’s Christie to conservatives: ‘I’m still standing’

 New Jersey Governor Chris Christie addressed head-on questions about his volatile temper on Thursday and dismissed critics, telling a gathering of conservatives: “I’m still standing.” The potential Republican presidential contender is trying to remain viable for the November 2016 election despite losing some financial donors to rival Jeb Bush. Polls put Christie in the middle […] Continue reading →

32,000 emails recovered in IRS targeting probe amid allegations agency chief may have lied

 Investigators said Thursday they have recovered 32,000 emails in backup tapes related to the Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative organizations. But they don’t know how many of them are new, and told a congressional oversight committee that IRS employees had not asked computer technicians for the tapes, as directed by a subpoena from House […] Continue reading →

Foundations of Conservatism

OUR PHILOSOPHY  In the rough days ahead, and you and I know there will be such days, I hope that you’ll be like the mother of the young lad in camp when the camp director told her that he was going to have to discipline her son. And she said, “Well, don’t be too hard […] Continue reading →

Conservatives Want a Candidate for President Who Can Connect, CPAC Chief Says

 Sean Hannity will ask  questions of presidential hopeful Jeb Bush for the former Florida governor’s entire 20-minute appearance at CPAC, set for 1:40 p.m. Friday. By the time conservative activists leave the nation’s capital this weekend after their largest annual get-together, they should be better equipped for the 2016 campaign trail. They also may be a […] Continue reading →

Some of the US Conservative Leaders and Legends

Celebrated Conservative Politicians  A look at the elected leaders whose conservative contributions have become legendary and those who who continue to define the current conservative landscape. Profiles, biographies, information and current news about longtime and emerging US conservative leaders, historical figures, notable people and opinion-makers. Lousiana Governor Bobby Jindal US Senator Marco Rubio Dr. Condoleezza […] Continue reading →

U.S. conservatives urge Boehner to hold firm on immigration

 Conservative Republicans urged House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner not to capitulate in a fight with Democrats over President Barack Obama’s immigration policy that threatens a partial Homeland Security shutdown later this week. The conservative lawmakers, led by Representative Jeff Duncan, circulated a letter to Boehner and other House leaders telling them to hold the […] Continue reading →

Salem Media Group and CNN to broadcast and facilitate three presidential primary debates

From today’s press release: Salem Media Group will announce this morning that their radio division will partner with CNN to broadcast and facilitate three presidential primary debates during the 2016 cycle. Salem Media Group will team up with CNN as the exclusive radio outlet to broadcast three GOP presidential primary debates, sanctioned by the Republican National […] Continue reading →

Arkansas bars expanding anti-bias protections to cover LGBT

 Arkansas on Monday banned local governments from expanding anti-discrimination protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity, becoming the second state to adopt a measure opponents call a thinly-veiled move to discriminate against gays and lesbians. Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson allowed the legislation barring cities and counties from prohibiting discrimination on a basis not covered […] Continue reading →