Conservatives Prefer Gingrich as VP Choice

FedUp PAC Staff
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is the top choice of conservatives as the vice presidential nominee of Donald Trump. Gingrich has the support of 44% of those polled, far more than anyone else. Senator Ted Cruz and Dr. Ben Carson each has seven per cent, while Gov. Susana Martinez and former Gov. Sarah Palin are next at six per cent. No one else has as much as five percent. Gingrich is... Read More >

House Finally Begins Action on Impeaching IRS Commissioner

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The House Judiciary Committee, after strong pressure from conservatives, will move forward on hearings that could lead to the impeachment of Obama's IRS Commissioner. Read More >

Will Trump’s Coattails Save McCain?

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Three weeks ago we wrote about Sen. John McCain’s preemptive excuse in case he lost his reelection race. With polls showing him in a dead heat against Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, McCain said it was Donald Trump’s fault. McCain was sure it could not be caused by his own often liberal voting record, especially on amnesty for illegal aliens. He saw Trump as an enormous liability. But when Trump won the... Read More >

Is the Washington GOP Giving Hillary Clinton a Free Pass?

FedUp PAC Staff
No one is surprised that the Obama administration and many in the news media are doing their best to protect Hillary Clinton from the developing email scandal. But where are the Republicans? While Donald Trump has been outspoken on the issue, Republicans in Congress have mostly been silent. Many of the facts of the email scandal are now clearly known. Hillary Clinton used her private email... Read More >

Trump Can Beat Clinton – With the Right Help

FedUp PAC Staff
The liberal/mainstream media are beginning to realize that Donald Trump could beat Hillary Clinton in November. While some of the most partisan writers are confidently expecting a Democratic landslide, the more perceptive observers realize that Clinton is a deeply flawed and vulnerable candidate who can take nothing for granted Fred Hiatt of The Washington Post points out that most Americans are... Read More >

A Trump-Ryan Alliance on Puerto Rico Bailout?

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Paul Ryan
Donald Trump and Paul Ryan are loudly claiming to reject each other’s agenda. However, when it comes to bailing out Puerto Rico, Trump has clearly signaled his support for the approach that Ryan is trying to railroad through the House over conservative opposition and with liberal Democratic support. Years of welfare-state spending have piled up a huge debt that Puerto Rico says it cannot pay,... Read More >

Conservatives Tell Senate to Keep Blocking Garland

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Conservatives reject the pessimistic call to quickly confirm Obama nominee Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, dismissing the idea that Hillary Clinton is certain to be the next president. Only 5% favor approving Garland for fear that Clinton would name someone even more liberal. Opposing confirmation are 93% who express confidence that Donald Trump will be elected and will choose a... Read More >

Trump Should Present Alternative to Ryan Budget

FedUp PAC Staff
Donald Trump has the opportunity to seize from Paul Ryan the leadership of the fight against President Obama’s reckless spending and deficits. Where Ryan has worked closely with Democrats and promoted bipartisan compromise that increases spending, Trump should present an alternative that would lead the nation back to fiscal responsibility. There have been very few accomplishments resulting from... Read More >

Will Republicans Allow Democrats to Steal the 2016 Election?

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American Flag
Do Washington Republicans care whether Democrats steal the 2016 election from Donald Trump and Republican candidates for Congress? In 2012 an Ohio supporter of Barack Obama admitted to casting multiple votes for him (perhaps as many as six). One year later, a woman was caught after casting 24 votes to help elect her boyfriend. Were these just isolated examples which can be safely ignored?... Read More >

FedUp Poll Correctly Predicts Trump Success

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Donald Trump
Last weekend’s poll by FedUp PAC correctly foresaw the success achieved by Donald Trump Tuesday night. A large majority of 78% said that Trump would be nominated on the first ballot at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, an outcome which seems highly probable after Trump’s Indiana victory and the end of the Ted Cruz campaign. Two percent had expected Trump to win on a later ballot,... Read More >