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CHQ - Hey Republicans, Where's the Outrage? 

VIGUERIE: GM now the "AMTRAK of the Auto World"
Viguerie Blog - Since Congress first established AMTRAK as a public railway system in 1971, it has failed to even once turn a profit. Instead, AMTRAK has been kept alive with billions and billions of public funds, and despite several Congressional mandates that it present plans for profitability, the railroad has always come short. [read the blog here]

Conservative Leaders Speak Out Against GM Bailout
CHQ Blog - On June 4, 2009, a group of 14 well-known conservative leaders issued a statement regarding the Obama Administration's bailout of General Motors. In their statement, these conservative "call on Congress to instruct the Government Accountability Office immediately to prepare to take the steps necessary in order to protect the taxpayers' 60% interest in General Motors." [read the full statement here]


Daily Lickskillet: Read today's Lickskillet comic here to find out why Maggie Dill now has the cats.

Articles in News From The Front:

6 GOP Up-and-Comers

Bachus Plan a Good Start toward Ending Bailouts

Barney Frank: The Einstein of Compensation

President Obama's War on the Truth

It's Time to Get Serious With Sotomayor



CHQ - A Look Ahead to 2012 

Former Bush and McCain Strategist Sizes Up Potential 2012 GOP Presidential Contenders

The Daily Beast - It's never too early to take a look at the 2012 Republican presidential race, especially since many of the potential contenders have hit the campaign trail. While Romney is making foreign policy speeches at the Heritage Institute and Tim Pawlenty clears his 2012 schedule, former Bush and McCain strategist Mark McKinnon looks ahead to this exciting race.


Daily Lickskillet: Read today's Lickskillet comic here to find out what three things the interviewee would change if hired as the new baseball commissioner.

Articles in News From The Front:

Sotomayor's Mistake

Government Won't Run GM, Just Meddle

VIDEO: What Would Milton Say?

Death By Deficit

House Republicans Propose $23-Billion in Spending Cuts


CHQ - Birds of a Feather Flock Together 

McCain Supports Crist in Florida Senate GOP Primary
CHQ's News From The Front - It is said that birds of a feather flock together, which may explain why Senator John McCain is backing Republican gadfly Charlie Crist in the Florida GOP primary for U.S. Senate. Crist will face Marco Rubio, a proven young conservative from Miami that could add a strong conservative voice among Senate Republicans. [Find this Story in News From The Front]


Daily Lickskillet: Read today's Lickskillet comic here to find out how little the Democrats' voting strategy has changed.

Articles in News From The Front:

  • The Revolution Against the Constitution
  • President Obama: Neo-Marxist
  • Some Republicans Distance Themselves from Dick Cheney
  • Mulshine: Name That Socialist
  • 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' for Christians



CHQ - Republican Party Bleeding Out  

New Gallup Poll Shows GOP Losing People Across the Board
Gallup - While RNC Chairman Michael Steele is optimistic about the future of the Republican Party, a new Gallup poll shows that "movement away from the GOP has occurred among nearly every major demographic subgroup." As the GOP struggles to find an identity, Americans are struggling to find some reason to stay with it. [read this and other stories at News From The Front]


Daily Lickskillet: Read today's Lickskillet comic here to find out if Congressman Dill can stop KERNEL's taxpayer-subsidized voter fraud.

Articles in News From The Front:

  • Republican Establishment Strikes Again
  • Steele: The Republican Party Turns a Corner
  • Soak the Rich, Lose the Rich
  • Can America Learn From Canada?
  • Wyden is Winning Over the GOP on Healthcare



CHQ - Did You Miss Chairman Richard Viguerie on C-SPAN?

Watch Richard Viguerie Discuss Issues Facing Today's Conservatives on C-SPAN

Viguerie Blog - In case you missed Chairman Richard Viguerie on C-SPAN on Sunday, May 17, click here for a link to the 40 min. segment where he discusses conservative issues and the Republican Party. [read blog here]


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Daily Lickskillet: Read today's Lickskillet comic here to find out who's paying for KERNEL.

Articles in News From The Front:

New Protests Planned

VIDEO: What About Ron Paul?

The Republicans Who Really Matter

George Will: Greed's Saving Graces

Where are Bush Administration Officials Now?