House Conservatives Challenge Senate Liberals

FedUp PAC Staff
Conservatives in the House of Representatives are taking a firm stand, demanding that the government funding bill live up to the promises Republicans made in 2016.  As this is written, it is not clear whether such a bill can pass the Senate, but it is crystal clear that establishment leaders such as Speaker Paul Ryan and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy have been forced to give conservatives... Read More >


CHQ Staff
Our friend Sara Carter and Fox News’ Catherine Herridge have broken a bombshell report about a four-page memo circulating in Congress that reveals alleged United States government surveillance abuses. The memo is being described by lawmakers as “shocking,” “troubling” and “alarming,” with one congressman likening the details to KGB activity in Russia.That such abuses were perpetrated during... Read More >

Conservatives Want Deportation, Not Deal, for DACA

FedUp PAC Staff
            Conservatives reject the idea of using DACA as a bargaining chip, preferring that the program be terminated and its beneficiaries deported with other illegal aliens, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.            More than 70% agree that “all illegal aliens should be deported, including those covered by... Read More >

New Conservative Leaders Must Step Up

Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, FedUp PAC
Richard Viguerie, founder of FedUp PAC, talks about the new novel Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff along with the downfall of Steve Bannon. Read More >

Is GOP’s Immigration Bill A Solution or a Scam?

FedUp PAC Staff
On Wednesday six House Republicans introduced a bill, HR 4760, which they say would “fix the country’s immigration system”, including improved border security and better enforcement against the millions of illegal aliens within our borders.  However, it also includes at least a limited amnesty for illegal aliens who signed up for Obama’s unconstitutional DACA program. Is this bill a... Read More >

Conservatives Split on Whether to Expect DACA Betrayal

FedUp PAC Staff
Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan
            Conservatives are almost evenly divided over whether to expect the GOP congressional leadership to betray them by giving amnesty to illegal aliens covered by Obama’s unconstitutional DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).             Almost 47% believe that pressure from Republican voters... Read More >

Justice Department Opens Probe of Obama-Clinton Uranium Deal: Could Lead to Special Prosecutor

FedUp PAC Staff
There is good news as we start the new year of 2018, despite the Arctic freeze gripping most of the nation. The Justice Department has opened an investigation of the 2010 deal by the Obama administration, with the approval of Hillary Clinton's State Department, to give control of 20% of America's uranium reserves to the Russian atomic energy agency. So don't let the freezing weather dampen your... Read More >

Romney Senate Bid Threatens Trump Agenda

FedUp PAC Staff
Mitt Romney is gearing up to run for the Senate, and the Washington establishment is thrilled.Romney is expected to be just what they are looking for – a high-profile Republican senator who will lead bipartisan opposition to President Trump and the populist-conservative agenda that swept the elections of 2016.With the coming retirements of Jeff Flake of Arizona and Bob Corker of Tennessee, the... Read More >

How Complicated Can Paying For A Border Wall Be?

Apparently, writing the check to pay for President Trump’s long-promised border wall is beyond the intellectual capabilities of the establishment Republican “leadership” on Capitol Hill – or perhaps it is not mental acuity, but backbone that they lack. In either case, funding for the wall is now claimed to be holding up passage of the budget, which is almost four months overdue.What is stumping... Read More >

Conservatives Looking Forward to 2018

FedUp PAC Staff
            Conservatives expect President Trump to win more victories in the New Year, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.            Nearly 83% say that “Trump will have another year of major accomplishments,” while about 10% expect “a few victories” and less than 7% expect Democrats to completely block Trump’s... Read More >