Use this link to let RNC members know that a vote for Harmeet Dhillon is a vote to strengthen the Republican’s chances to keep the U.S. House, take back the U.S. Senate, and win the White House in 2024. Please join me and other leaders in contacting the state GOP leadership as well as tweeting and e-mailing the voting members of the RNC and encourage them to support Harmeet Dhillon for the RNC Chairperson.
Our friends at Florida’s Voice gave us a weekend heads-up that Vice President Kamala Harris’s planned rally to expand abortion in Florida was moved to a private venue after being rejected by the Capitol and Florida State University. While DeSantis has been tight-lipped about any further abortion legislation that might be in the works, Florida Senate President Kathleen Passidomo has said she would support a 12-week abortion ban once the state Supreme Court weighs in on the latest law.
By Jeffrey A. Rendall The vice presidency does matter, but for reasons not everyone would normally consider. Kamala Harris is a joke and an embarrassment, but she also fills a vital role within Democrat politics. She’s just the type of “insurance policy” against impeachment that all future party presidential nominees will demand. This is a new trend – in Kamala’s example, it’s a no-brainer!
By George Rasley, CHQ EditorThere is precedent for House Republicans hanging tough. House Republicans passed a Cut, Cap and Balance bill in 2011. The bill barred any increase in the debt ceiling unless Congress first sent a balanced budget amendment to the states for ratification, called for a $1.5 trillion cut in that year's deficit and capped federal spending to 24 percent of the gross domestic product.
By George Rasley, CHQ EditorPro-life conservatives lost big in 2022. We welcome our pro-life friends to Washington for this year’s March for Life, but we hope that with thousands of pro-life activists and leaders in Washington the movement will come to agree that we can’t win doing business as usual and that bold, high-energy, entrepreneurial conservative leaders must come to the fore and get our movement ready to win.
By Jeffrey A. Rendall It's a sad commentary on our culture today when a hockey player generates national scrutiny simply for “being true to himself” and highlighting his religious beliefs. Leftists will continue trying to force their agenda on everyone who disagrees with their interpretation of “normal”. We can’t let them get away with it.
By George Rasley, CHQ EditorThe Capitol Switchboard is (202) 224-3121 we urge CHQ readers and friends to call Rep. Mike Rogers (AL-3) Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee and Rep. Ken Calvert (CA-41) Chairman of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee tell them conservatives expect the new Congress to defund “woke-ism” and the Leftwing social engineering projects that hobble our military readiness and retention.
By CHQ StaffWe join SAVE in urging Congress to take necessary actions to discourage attempts by the Executive Branch to advance the gender agenda. The Capitol Switchboard is (202) 224-3121 we urge CHQ readers and friends to call Rep. Kay Granger (TX-12) Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, tell Chairman Granger you want the Biden gender agenda defunded.
The Justice Department’s Double Standards on Classified Documents
Kimberley Strassel, Wall Street Journal
There isn't equal treatment. Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden are handled with kid gloves. Carter Page and Donald Trump—not to mention low-profile suspects—face the bluntest federal law-enforcement tools. Despite all these advantages, Mr. Biden nonetheless faces a special counsel investigation. Yet the history here requires that probe receive extra scrutiny. The Justice Department seems unlikely to be done bestowing conveniences on this president.
Biden: 'I Have No Regrets' About 'Handful of Documents...Filed in the Wrong Place'
Susan Jones, CNS News
Biden said last week: "we found a handful of documents that were failed — were filed in the wrong place. We immediately turned them over to the Archives and the Justice Department. We’re fully cooperating and looking forward to getting this resolved quickly. I think you’re going to find there’s nothing there. I have no regrets. I’m following what the lawyers have told me they want me to do. It’s exactly what we’re doing. There is no there there."
DeSantis Admin Requires Universities to Report Transgender Medical Procedures on Students
Dan M. Berger, The Epoch Times
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, in a memo to the chairs of the boards of trustees on Jan. 11, requested data from state universities on the number of transgender treatments performed on students under 18. Chris Spencer, director of the Governor’s Office of Policy and Budget, told the universities in a Jan. 11 memo to “provide all information or data for all individuals, including those who were under 18 at the time of any encounter or treatment.”
Bye, Jacinda -- She’s one more neocommunist failure who ran her country aground Scott McKay, The American Spectator
We’ll probably see Jacinda Ardern again. The same global media who inflicted her on us will no doubt find ways of continuing to do so. She’s only 43, and it’s inevitable that they’re going to try to elevate this overemotional, jumped-up leftist mediocrity beyond the touch of the voters. None of which changes the fact she’s one more neocommunist failure who couldn’t respect the rightful limits on government power and ran her country aground.
It’s official: Trump’s tax cuts paid for themselves Stephen Moore, Washington Examiner
Democrats want to repeal a tax cut that worked. This would be like firing a coach who wins every game. An obvious question is, why are we running a $1.4 trillion deficit if we have an all-time high in tax payments? Because under Biden, spending has exploded to more than $6 trillion. Washington doesn’t have a revenue problem. It has a problem of runaway spending. It’s almost as if Congress is pleading for help: Stop us before we spend again.
CDC Left Serious Adverse Events Off Post-Vaccination Surveys Despite Knowledge of Possible Link, Documents Show Zachary Stieber, The Epoch Times Even before the surveys were rolled out in December 2020 after the first vaccines were authorized, the CDC knew myocarditis—a form of heart inflammation since confirmed as being caused by the Pfizer and Moderna shots—and other serious adverse events were of “special interest” when it came to the vaccines, according to a newly disclosed version of the protocol for the survey system. Updated versions of the protocol list the same 15 adverse events.