Trump Following Reagan’s Successful Example on Taxes

April 27, 2017
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Trump Following Reagan’s Successful Example on Taxes

President Trump’s announcement of the outline of his tax reform plan, and the establishment reaction to it, made it seem like 1981 all over again.

Once again a President boldly offered much-needed tax relief and once again the establishment responded by saying that Washington needs that money more than taxpayers do.

Conservatives Say Obey the Law, Let ObamaCare Collapse

April 25, 2017
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Conservatives Say Obey the Law, Let ObamaCare Collapse

Conservatives overwhelmingly support allowing ObamaCare to collapse rather than propping it up with illegal taxpayer funded-subsidies, according to a poll by FedUP PAC.

Letting ObamaCare “collapse” has the support of 96%, while only 3% say that keeping ObamaCare in place justifies breaking the law by providing the subsidies.

Trump's First 100 Days: Good But Missing An Important Commitment to Christians, Especially Catholics

April 25, 2017
By: Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, FedUp PAC
Trump's First 100 Days:  Good But Missing An Important Commitment to Christians, Especially Catholics

"As conservatives assess President Trump’s first 100 days, most of us are satisfied with the President’s executive actions. Congressional inaction on the conservative agenda is of course fodder for many more columns, but Donald Trump has fulfilled his campaign promises to conservatives in many areas, however, there is one glaring omission; action on religious liberty.

Trump Is Right – The Georgia Special Election Was a GOP Victory

April 21, 2017
By: FedUp PAC Staff
Trump Is Right – The Georgia Special Election Was a GOP Victory

Democrats and liberal pundits have been ridiculing President Trump for claiming that last Tuesday’s special election for a House seat in Georgia was a Republican victory, but Trump knows what he is talking about (just as he did last year when he stunned those who said he could not possibly be elected).

This Beltway insider is in charge of hiring for the Trump administration

April 21, 2017
By: CHQ Staff
This Beltway insider is in charge of hiring for the Trump administration

"When John Boehner’s Chief of Staff Barry Jackson made his move to the private sector he joked, “It’s sort of like ‘Hotel California… A member of Boehnerland is never allowed to leave.”

And as far as we can tell by who is getting appointed to top jobs in the Trump administration Johnny DeStefano hasn’t left Boehnerland.

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