The Formula for Conservative Victory in 2018 - WAKE-UP!

FedUp PAC Staff
Richard Viguerie, founder of FedUp PAC, talks about the need for conservatives to wake-up if they want to win in 2018. The liberals are motivated and ready to do everything they can to take back Congress. Read More >

Don’t Believe Media Hype About Mueller Indictments

FedUp PAC Staff
US Capitol Lies and Corruption Mueller
Ever since the indictment of thirteen Russians for concealing their identity in American Social media activity, the liberal media has gone crazy, declaring that the end of the Trump administration is at hand.  They want Americans to believe that the indictments prove, or at least imply, that the Trump campaign was guilty of “collusion” with Russia during the 2016 campaign.Yet all this anti-... Read More >

Conservatives Want Ryan Out if Amnesty Passes House

FedUp PAC Staff
Conservatives Want Paul Ryan Out if Amnesty Passes House
Conservatives will hold Speaker Paul Ryan responsible if Democrats push an amnesty bill through the House and will demand his removal, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.Almost 95% say that Ryan should be deposed as speaker and replaced by someone President Trump can trust if Democrats succeed in passing their preferred DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) amnesty.  President Trump,... Read More >

Mitt Romney is WRONG for the GOP and the Country!

FedUp PAC Staff
Richard Viguerie, founder of FedUp PAC, talks about why Mitt Romney should not be the face of the Republican Party. Read More >

A Senator Mitt Romney Means We Will Have to Work Harder

Richard A. Viguerie
Mitt Romney for Senate 2018
Utah Republicans seem likely to reward Mitt Romney for his disastrous loss to Barack Obama in 2012 by nominating him this week as their candidate for the U.S. Senate to replace retiring Sen. Orrin Hatch. And because Utah is a solidly Republican state, that means he would probably be elected Senator in November. I will not beat around the bush: This is bad news for conservatives. Romney is... Read More >

How Many Trump Opponents Will Go to Jail for Lying to Promote the “Collusion” Myth?

FedUp PAC Staff
Supreme Court Building
It’s been obvious for some time that claims of Trump’s “collusion” with Russia were nothing more than partisan propaganda, first used in an attempt to elect Hillary Clinton and then seized upon as a way of undermining Trump’s presidency.  Even Peter Strzok, one of the leading Trump-haters at the FBI, admitted privately that there was nothing to the accusations.But if Trump is in the clear,... Read More >

Conservatives Have Some Reservations About Massive Additional Spending

FedUp PAC Staff
Most conservatives accept the necessity for increasing the defense budget but oppose additional non-defense spending, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.  More than 74% approve of the defense portion of the recently-passed spending bill, but less than 4% favor repealing the spending caps and enlarging the rest of the budget.  Another 19% support keeping the 2011 spending caps in place for... Read More >

The Better Voters Know Mitt Romney The Less They Like Him

George Rasley
Mitt Romney for Senate 2018
Mitt Romney is to Republican politics what the little mechanical moles are to the arcade game Whack-A-Mole; an annoyance that bursts forth according to some malevolent algorithm and the faster you beat it down the quicker it pops back up.Now Romney has popped-up in the hopes that Utah’s peculiar Republican primary system will anoint him as retiring Senator Orin Hatch’s replacement.The only... Read More >

Nunes Memo is just the tip of the iceberg

Richard A. Viguerie
Nunes Memo Corruption Clinton Comey Mueller
The release of the Nunes Memo is extremely important in our fight to drain the Washington, D.C. swamp. Yes, the contents of the memo are important in themselves, but the greater significance is that we now have a President and Republican members of the House of Representatives who have the courage to stand up to the Deep State and its apologists-specifically, their efforts to cover up the role of... Read More >

The McGovern Democrats Are Back

FedUp PAC Staff
The 1972 nomination of George McGovern marked the transformation of the Democratic Party into a party that expressed open hostility the American armed forces, calling for cuts in military spending and opposing any use of force in support of U.S. interests around the world.  Even military aid to American allies was seen as an illegitimate use of U.S. resources.Following the 1991 Gulf War,... Read More >