CHQ - Memo to the Movement from Richard Viguerie and other Conservative Leaders: It's the Spending Stupid!

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Memo to the Movement from Richard Viguerie and other Conservative Leaders: It's the Spending Stupid!
American Spectator (blog) - For a Congress that has proven it doesn't have a clue in terms of handling the American economy's serious sickness, as well as Big Government's overconsumption problems, leaders of the Conservative Action Project offer some help. The leaders list ten areas where Congress could cut spending immediately upon returning from recess in November. It is a much-needed shove in the right direction for a collection of politicians who only seem to know one way to do things--and that's to spend tax dollars.

Mark Fitzgibbons:  The media is misrepresenting Christine O'Donnell.  Again.
American Thinker - Mark Fitzgibbons blogs on the media's disparate treatment of Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell's very legitimate question concerning the non-existence of a clause about separation of church and state in the Constitution. Yesterday's debate between O'Donnell and "bearded Marxist" Democrat Chris Coons exposes that reporters are ignorantly and maliciously distorting facts, as well as the constitutional text and meaning of the document in the process. 

Huge shocker (yeah, right):  Poll finds D.C. elites tepid to the Tea Party -- Politico

Sean Bielat out raises Barney Frank in Frank's hometown - Dover-Sherborn Press

Erick Erickson:  Senate Republicans may not try to repeal Obamacare --

Open-borders extremist Raul Grijalva running scared, lashes out at conservative Ruth McClung in Arizona --

Northern Virginia's Keith Fimian's strong challenge to liberal Gerald Connolly is drawing national attention -- Washington Examiner

Skeptic says the GOP will never cut the size of government -- Forbes

Conservatives push the idea of an "anti-appropriations committee" in the House -- Daily Caller

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Richard A. Viguerie