Tuesday, February 21, 2023


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ConservativeHQ Exclusives:

MAGA Conservative Kristina Karamo Wins MI GOP Chair Race


By George Rasley, CHQ Editor

Karamo won the chair race with 58% of the vote at the MI GOP State Convention, where thousands of delegates gathered together to choose the person they believe will do the best job of reinventing what many believe is a broken party that needs to be burned to the ground and rebuilt in the image of Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump.


Sen. Tommy Tuberville Joins Battle To Defend NewsMax TV


By CHQ Staff

"The most recent instance of this is AT&T and DirecTV removing conservative channel Newsmax from its platforms under the guise of cutting costs," Senator Tuberville wrote in an op-ed for Breitbart. "Yet the company has no issues retaining other liberal channels with lower ratings than Newsmax, which calls DirecTV's true motives into question."

More From ConservativeHQ:

The Right Resistance: Joe Biden’s age, Democrats, and the sinking feeling of each passing day

By Jeffrey A. Rendall
The most depressing thing for Democrats regarding senile Joe Biden’s age and health is the realization that his condition will never get “better” and, with each passing day, the worries only intensify. Dianne Feinstein – and Kamala Harris – can be replaced, but will the liberal party be able to soldier on without Obama’s water carrier in the White House?

Diana West On Seymour Hersh And The Nord Stream Pipeline Sabotage

By Diana West, Guest Columnist
Hersh describes the source of his Nord Stream article as having "direct knowledge of the operational planning" and "the process." This source could well have relayed the facts as they happened; he or she could well have relayed something else. Hersh, too, could be relaying what a manipulative source convinced him were the facts as they happened. So, let's revisit the piece, critically.

Trump to Visit East Palestine, Ohio Toxic Chemical Spill Site Because DC ‘Leaders’ Are ‘Too Afraid’

By George Rasley, CHQ Editor
Trump’s prompt attention to the disaster in East Palestine, Ohio reminds us of the speech he gave in Monessen, Pennsylvania, during which he converted us from Trump sceptics to Trump believers, and in the process destroyed the Washington Uniparty and its paymasters in the Wall Street – Washington – Silicon Valley axis: The people who rigged the system for their benefit will do anything and say anything to keep things exactly the way they are.

The Right Resistance: 2024 GOP primary winner will be hardened by good ol’ fashioned competition

By Jeffrey A. Rendall
We’ll never know if Trump was serious in desiring no other candidates to challenge him in 2024, but here's why a party primary is so valuable – it demonstrates that a candidate has the guts, legitimacy, institutional backing, fundraising, grassroots support, stamina, agenda ideas and wherewithal to cut through all the horsepucky and cross the finish line prepared to do it all again for the general election.

Will Georgia Perjury Claims Take Down Trump?

By George Rasley, CHQ Editor
No one outside the Fulton County Georgia District Attorney’s office knows where this is headed but from our perspective the deck is already being stacked against Donald Trump and his allies and challenges to future elections – no matter how blatant the maladministration might be – are about to get a lot riskier for the challengers.

U.S. Debt Hits Crisis Stage: America on Track to Add $19 Trillion in New Debt Over 10 Years

By George Rasley, CHQ Editor
New forecasts project a $1.4 trillion gap this year between what the government spends and what it takes in from tax revenues. Over the following 10 years, deficits will average $2 trillion annually as tax receipts fail to keep pace with the rising costs of Social Security and Medicare benefits for retiring baby boomers. To put those numbers in context, the total amount of debt held by the public will equal the total annual output of the U.S. economy in 2024, rising to 118 percent of the economy by 2033.

Today's Headlines:
The Democrat War on Election Integrity Continues

David Catron, The American Spectator

Democrats were losing. The combination of all-mail voting and ranked-choice voting will make the election process less transparent while rendering it unnecessarily complicated and protracted. It will increase opportunities for fraud while coercing Americans to “rank” fringe candidates they would never support under normal circumstances. Republicans must recognize this and effectively respond. The survival of the republic may well depend on it.

The Toxic Racialist Obsessions of Joe Biden

Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness

Whether Biden spouts racial bombast to curry favor with his Democratic base or to project onto others his own habitual racist put downs is not quite clear. But Biden’s utter contempt for white poor and lower middle classes of Palestine, who are were deemed not worthy of the prompt federal attention in times of disaster, is self-evident. Otherwise, Biden would have sent help immediately rather than smear “some people” as 21st-century lynchers.

Joe Biden's Aversion to Truth and How That Affects America's Security

Jenny Beth Martin, CNS News

The problem is that the American people have no faith in Biden, and no faith in his administration. A recent NBC News poll shows why: “[Only] 34% of Americans believe the president is honest and trustworthy, 32% are confident in his ability to handle a crisis, 31% believe Biden is competent and effective as president, 28% believe he has the necessary mental and physical health to be president, and a mere 23% believe he can unite the country.”

North Carolina redistricting could give GOP four more House seats
Jack Birle, Washington Examiner

North Carolina's 14 House seats are currently evenly split between Republicans and Democrats, but the previously enacted map, struck down by the court, would have likely set up the GOP with as many as 11 seats. Early projections for the 2024 House races from the Cook Political Report show the GOP with an advantage, with the likely installation of new Republican-friendly maps in North Carolina and Ohio playing a role in the early projection.
Busy Week In Iowa as Parade of GOP Presidential Contenders Calls on the Caucus State
M.D. Kittle, The Star News Network

Iowa takes center stage in the 2024 presidential nomination chase this week. While the Dem National Committee dropped Iowa from its coveted position as first-in-the-nation presidential nomination state in favor of more “diverse” states, the GOP is keeping the Hawkeye Caucuses in the lead spot it has held for half a century. That means Iowa can expect to see a constant parade of presidential candidates and their surrogates over the next year.

No More Mr. Nice Con
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Meanness is a rational and reasonable result of righteous anger, and we should be angry. We should be furious. What they call “meanness” is simply the telling of the unvarnished truth about the evil perpetuated upon us. What is irrational is niceness in response to these outrages, though in reality the default to nice is simply an attempt to avoid the conflict that victory requires. Our objective is nothing less than our own freedom and to win.

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