Conservatives to GOP leaders: Fight Obama to a end

Conservatives want Republicans in Congress to exercise maximum resistance to President Obama’s coming executive action to temporarily shield millions from deportation. The conservatives’ preferred weapon: Staging government funding fights to

Millennial Gay Speaks Out About His Support of Conservatism

Gay rights and same sex marriage are one of the most controversial and debated topics in society today.

Unfortunately, that debate carries a lot of labeling. The media, the left and

Virginia’s Republican House orator stands indicted of deficient conservatism

ASSAILING THE conservative bona fides of Virginia House Speaker William J. Howell (R-Stafford) seems a losing proposition — or would have seemed so until recently. Apparently, though, no one’s

Wisconsin Assembly GOP touts conservatism, reaches out to Dems

Several members of the Assembly last week touted the level of their conservatism.

Jim Steineke of Kaukauna has been elected as the new majority leader of the 63 members of his

Republican Party Sets Its Path Following Big Election Win

The Republican Party secured an electoral sweep Tuesday that made it America’s dominant party, not just in Washington but in states around the U.S. On

Did Victorious GOP “Turn Left”—Or Towards Jeff Sessions-Style “National …

The Main Stream Media is moving quickly to ensure that the hoi polloi have the proper context for the Republican Party’s capture of the Senate.  One of the more original

Ohio’s GOP Gov. John Kasich offers refurbish of ‘compassionate conservatism’

In the struggle within the Republican Party between the conservative Tea Party flank and moderates, Ohio Governor John Kasich is seeking to position himself as someone who can appeal to

Conservatives prepared to give leaders hell

Conservatives in Congress are drawing up their wish list for a Republican Senate, including “pure” bills, like a full repeal of Obamacare, border security and approval of the Keystone XL

Will regressive Kansas opinion out the regressive governor, Sam Brownback?

Sam Brownback is hardly the only incumbent Republican governor struggling to hold his job in the waning days of Campaign 2014. But he holds

Make Conservatism Cooler, College Students Advise GOP Candidates

RALEIGH, N.C.—Consider a few truths about the politics of students at North Carolina State University, a school known for its engineering and agriculture programs and said to be more conservative