Controlling the GOP Spending Addiction

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Paul Ryan Speaker Of The House
According to a Heritage Foundation online survey taken shortly after Paul Ryan became Speaker of the House in October 2015, 73% of U.S. voters agreed that the Republican-controlled Congress should not increase federal spending. Apparently the new Speaker of the House never got the memo. Despite his reputation as a budget “hawk,” Paul Ryan has presided over an explosion of federal debt since the... Read More >

Fair and Square

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GOP logo Republican
On the morning of the March 15 primary election day, Donald Trump told TODAY show hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie that “the biggest people in the party” are already calling to meet with him as the inevitable Republican presidential nominee. Trump explained that “A lot of people are calling because they see what’s happening.” Considering the outcome of the primaries later that day, however,... Read More >

“President” Paul Ryan?

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Paul Ryan
FedUp Political Action Committee reported last week on the move by Republican establishment kingpin Earle Mack to stake $1 million to his “Committee to Draft Speaker Ryan” for the Republican presidential nomination. According to a statement released by Speaker Ryan’s office immediately following Mack’s announcement, the Speaker is “flattered but not interested.” Come to find out, though, Speaker... Read More >

House Freedom Caucus Gets the Message

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In the wake of a projected $105 billion increase in the federal deficit this year, a group of conservatives in the House of Representatives did something last week that was a long time coming: They agreed to oppose House Speaker Paul Ryan’s spending blueprint for the next fiscal year. The vote by 30 of the 40 members of the House Freedom Caucus is worth noting for a couple of reasons. First,... Read More >

Conservatives Trust Cruz to Protect Religious Liberty

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Ted Cruz
Conservatives trust Ted Cruz more than Donald Trump when it comes to protecting religious liberty according to a poll by FedUp PAC. Cruz leads Trump 49-42% as the candidate who would do the best job protecting religious liberty. When it comes to appointing Supreme Court justices who would defend religious liberty, conservatives prefer Cruz over Trump by 44-39%. The issue of religious liberty is... Read More >

Trump and Cruz Neck-and-Neck Among Conservatives

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Ted Cruz Texas Senator
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are running neck-and-neck among conservatives according to a poll by FedUp PAC. Trump holds a small lead of 50-46% in a two man race. Trump falls to 48% in the current 4-candidate field, with Cruz a strong second at 40%. The two are even closer in favorability, with Trump at 54% and Cruz at 53%. Cruz voters are divided over whether Trump should be nominated if he... Read More >

Trump Hard to Pin Down

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If the Republican establishment has learned anything from the 2016 Presidential campaign, it’s that the immigration disaster is a big issue with many Republican primary voters. The rise of Donald Trump shows that many GOP voters want real border security, an end to unchecked immigration from Muslim countries and protection from government programs like H-1B visas that replace skilled American... Read More >

Establishment Arrogance Alert

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According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, arrogance is “an insulting way of thinking or behaving that comes from believing that you are better, smarter or more important than other people.” Not that FedUp PAC would dare to question Merriam-Webster, but maybe a picture of Earle Mack would define arrogance just as well and a lot more quickly. A fast Google search of Mr. Mack reveals a... Read More >

Conservatives Trust Cruz More Than Trump

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Conservatives trust Ted Cruz more than Donald Trump according to a poll by FedUp PAC. A plurality of 45% of conservatives say Cruz is more honest than Trump, while 38% give Trump the edge. Trump’s attacks on Cruz as a liar appear to have had little effect except among Trump’s own voters. There is strong support for having Trump disclose his tax returns, with 60% in favor and only 30% opposed.... Read More >

Let the Outsiders Settle It

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Ted Cruz Texas Senator
Even before Donald Trump added to his delegate total on Super Tuesday, the Marco Rubio and John Kasich campaigns speculated openly about stopping Trump at a deadlocked Republican Party nominating convention in July. Under this scenario, Donald Trump is denied the GOP presidential nomination because he lacks the necessary 1,237 delegates pledged to support him on the first-ballot convention vote... Read More >

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