6 Reasons Conservatives Won’t Be on Board with Sen. McCain

 Washington, D.C.— In light of Sen. John McCain’s (48% F) announcement today that he will run for re-election in 2016, Conservative Review highlighted several reasons why McCain is not a conservative in good standing. To view his failing Liberty Score, click here.  1. McCain has supported amnesty on multiple occasions.  2. McCain repeatedly supported taxpayer funded bailouts, including TARP, the $700 billion bailout of Wall Street.  3. McCain voted to fund… [Read More]

Sen. Cruz in Charge of the Conservative Movement

 In what appears to be the ultimate modern demonstration of “drinking the Kool-Aid,” Republicans across the spectrum seem to have entered a pact in sticking together to defend, and even celebrate, campaign tactics predicated on gross voter fraud and manipulation of minority voters. In fact, given recent campaign finance disclosures, it seems clear some Senate… [Read More]

Demands Grow for Trey Gowdy to be Next Speaker of the House

Ben Marquis,  We recently conducted an admittedly unscientific poll asking if South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy should be the next speaker of the House. The results thus far have been overwhelmingly favorable, with 98% of respondents saying yes, Trey Gowdy should replace John Boehner as Speaker of the House. One can only ascribe his popularity… [Read More]

This GOP Leader Wants Cruz To Leave Party

 The internal battle between establishment and conservative Republicans has gained intensity recently, especially as more and more frustrated Americans align themselves with Tea Party values like limited government and individual liberty. Desperate to retain power, many in the party’s left wing choose to focus their efforts on fellow Republicans rather than the corrupt Democrats currently… [Read More]

The tea party grows up

Throwing tantrums may be fun, but they’re no way to build a movement.  Ever since a wave of conservative insurgents arrived in Washington after the congressional election of 2010, Congress has careened from one tea party-inspired fiscal crisis to another, from the debt-ceiling showdown of 2011 to last year’s 16-day government shutdown. But last week,… [Read More]

Washington Hijinks: Democrats’ generic ballot numbers declining

Erick Erickson With election season upon us and the Democrats’ generic ballot numbers declining, President Obama has done the only thing he could do — delay, again, the employer mandate in Obamacare. The new delay will run until 2016. The delay comes after a Congressional Budget Office report found anecdotal evidence of employers already shifting… [Read More]

Pat Buchanan: Is the Tea Party’s Dream an Illusion?

“There is no education in the second kick of a mule,” said Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky. With some such thought in mind, Speaker John Boehner strode to the floor of the House to offer a “clean” debt ceiling bill and relied on Nancy Pelosi’s Democrats to pass it. They did. “Surrender” and “betrayal,” are… [Read More]