Conservatives working to take over the GOP from failed big government Republican leaders.

Merrick Garland, Judge for the Political Class; Will Establishment GOP Cave on Nomination?

FedUp PAC Staff
 In an election year in which three of the four main presidential contenders from the two political parties at least purport to be running against the Washington establishment, President Obama has nominated a quintessential political establishment judge for the Supreme Court.  Judge Merrick Garland is not the radical judicial activist many conservatives thought President Obama might nominate in... Read More >

Return to Sender

FedUp PAC Staff
GOP logo Republican
A fundraising letter from failed 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was making the rounds recently. Mr. Romney was asking for campaign donations on behalf of Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. The fact that Ryan was Romney’s vice-presidential running mate in 2012 might explain the circulation of Romney’s fundraising appeal. After all, Ryan took a big risk to run on the 2012 GOP ticket... Read More >

He Just Can’t Help It

FedUp PAC Staff
John Kasich Ohio
Despite a handful of defections by liberal Republicans-in-name-only (RINOs), most in the U.S. Senate Republican majority are holding firm in opposition to Senate consideration of federal judge Merrick Garland, President Barack Obama’s “moderate” nominee to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court. Even Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Judiciary Committee... Read More >

Explaining Marco Rubio’s 2016 Campaign Failure

FedUp PAC Staff
Marco Rubio
To hear Marco Rubio tell it, voters in this year’s Republican presidential primaries and caucuses are just too angry to support a cheerful candidate like himself. At least that’s how Rubio explained it to his supporters the night of March 15 when he announced that he was suspending his campaign for president. Rubio’s speech came a few minutes after Donald Trump was declared the winner of Florida... Read More >

Controlling the GOP Spending Addiction

FedUp PAC Staff
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

FedUp PAC Staff
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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?

FedUp PAC Staff
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

FedUp PAC Staff
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

FedUp PAC Staff
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 >

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