Arizona Election Shows Path to Victory in 2018

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Arizona Election Shows Path to Victory in 2018
The recent special election in Arizona shows both the danger and opportunity facing Republicans this year. Republican Congresswoman-elect Debbie Lesko won the Republican district by only a small majority, once again confirming that Democrats enjoy the same sort of “enthusiasm gap” that boosted Republicans in 2010 and 2014.  Democrats can’t wait to get to the polls and cast a symbolic vote against... Read More >

FBI Reputation Suffers Greatly from Comey/Clinton Scandals

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FBI Reputation Suffers Greatly from Comey/Clinton Scandals
Conservatives believe that the FBI has been gravely damaged by former Director James Comey, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.  More than 97% agree with the statement that Comey’s actions have done “tremendous damage” and have helped expose “the bias and partisanship among many FBI leaders.”  Those responding to the poll predict it will take years of reform for the FBI to regain its old reputation... Read More >

The Election of a New Speaker Begins with May GOP Primaries

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Speaker Paul Ryan’s decision to retire has greatly raised the stakes in November’s election.  Next year, for the first time, President Trump could be working with a House Speaker who is sympathetic to Trump’s mandate and platform, and spares no effort to push the legislation through the House. But electing such a speaker will be an uphill fight.  Ryan has already endorsed House Majority Leader... Read More >

Our Candidate For Speaker – Conservative Jim Jordan – Will Defund Planned Parenthood

FedUp PAC Staff
We’ve referred to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan as Democratic Speaker Paul Ryan because, even though he ran as a Republican, his policy goals have more often aligned with Democrats like Nancy Pelosi, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Adam Schiff and Chuck Schumer, than they have with President Trump and the conservatives of the House Freedom Caucus. Case in point is Ryan’s failure to produce on pro-life... Read More >

Conservatives Hopeful About Race to Replace Ryan

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Conservatives are divided on the probable outcome of the race to replace Speaker Paul Ryan as the top Republican in the House, but a majority believe he will be followed by a conservative. More than 56% say that the new GOP leader will be someone who will “faithfully promote the agenda that gave Republicans the Presidency and Congress in the 2016 elections.”  However, 26% think it more likely... Read More >

Will Mueller Hand Democrats the 2018 Elections?

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Will Mueller Hand Democrats the 2018 Elections
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has dropped all pretense of impartiality.  He is now openly a member of the Resistance, operating what amounts to a taxpayer-funded independent expenditure campaign against President Trump. Unfortunately, Mueller’s campaign could be very effective in swinging this year’s elections to the Democrats, leading to the impeachment of the President. It has become obvious... Read More >

Jordan On Message As Conservatives Urge Run For Speaker

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Jordan On Message As Conservatives Urge Run For Speaker
Our friend Frank Gaffney, president of the Center for Security Policy, yesterday used his “Secure Freedom Moment” radio program to encourage Rep. Jim Jordan to run for Speaker of the House. Gaffney, the conservative national security expert, echoed CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie’s endorsement of Jordan, putting it this way: House Speaker Paul Ryan’s announcement yesterday that he will not seek... Read More >

Conservatives Want Congressional Action on Border Security

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Conservatives Want Congressional Action on Border Security
Conservatives want the stationing of the National Guard on the Mexican border to be merely a temporary measure that should be followed by legislation for a permanent solution, according to a poll by FedUp PAC. While 9% believe that using the National Guard will be sufficient, 90% agreed that “Congress should pass legislation to secure the border and send home the illegal aliens already here.” Rep... Read More >

Before There Was Facebook And Cambridge Analytica Conservatives Had The Viguerie Company Part 1 of 3

Richard A. Viguerie
Richard A Viguerie Sitting at Desk
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony is sure to reignite the controversy over Cambridge Analytica's voter targeting and data collection for the Trump campaign. And Rush Limbaugh's recent mentions of my pioneering work in this area brought to mind certain lessons for today's conservatives that I thought were important to share. Starting in 1965 with 12,500 three-by-five index... Read More >

Before There Was Facebook And Cambridge Analytica Conservatives Had The Viguerie Company Part 2 of 3

Richard A. Viguerie
Before There Was Facebook And Cambridge Analytica Conservatives Had The Viguerie Company Part 2 of 3
In several recent segments of his top-rated talk radio program Rush Limbaugh has kindly given me credit for pioneering the use of data collection for voter and donor targeting. And I'm honored by the compliment that Rush offered when he said: Richard Viguerie is a big name in conservatism. One of the reasons is direct mail. Richard Viguerie found a way to find out more about people and how they... Read More >

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