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Richard Viguerie: The GOP is already off to a bad start
CHQ -- The selection of Harold Rogers to head the House Appropriations Committee and Fred Upton to be chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee should cause all conservatives and Tea Partiers to doubt how serious the Republican leadership is about cleaning up the culture of waste, seniority, and corruption in Congress. But Viguerie is pleased anti-earmark crusader Jeff Flake was chosen to sit on the House Appropriations Committee.
Christine O'Donnell Asks "Citizen Politicians" to Lead Conservatives to Victory
CHQ - Adam Cassandra reports on recent Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell's post-election efforts to promote conservative grassroots activism in which O'Donnell stresses the urgent need for "citizen politicians" to continue to run for office and remain involved.
Mark Levin: What the heck is wrong with Republican leadership?
The Right Scoop - Mark Levin says GOP leadership doesn't "get it." Levin cites recent actions showing GOP leaders aren't hearing the message from the voters regarding changing the way things are done in Congress.
Reagan Biographer and Conservative Stalwart Craig Shirley to Teach Eureka College Course on Presidential Campaigns
Conservative stalwart Craig Shirley will help commemorate (and teach a course at) the 100th anniversary of Ronald Reagan's birth celebration at Eureka College next year. Reagan graduated from Eureka in 1932, an important first-step in a lifelong career that changed the world.
George Will: Why Mike Pence Catches Conservatives' Eyes - Washington Post
GOP likely to divide over neoconservative foreign policy and free trade -- World Net Daily
Washington GOP establishment favors Obamacare lobbyist Maria Cino for RNC Chair -- Big Government
Lisa Murkowski to break Republican pledge and vote for 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' repeal -- The Daily Caller
Jim DeMint: I'll vote to filibuster the tax cuts deal -- Hot Air
James Pethokoukis: Is DeMint crazy to oppose Obama-GOP tax deal? No. -- Reuters (blog)
Those favoring "compromise" tax deal are the same ones who wanted TARP -- RedState.com
Russ Vaughn: The Savior of Conservatism is.... Barack Obama? -- American Thinker (blog)
Dick Morris: Republicans have effective control of the Senate -- Townhall
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