Paul Ryan Betrayal: Part II

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 Do you remember the “clean slate” Paul Ryan promised House Republicans when they elected him Speaker of the House of Representatives last October?  Maybe you took Paul Ryan at his word. A strong majority of the House GOP caucus certainly did.  Many of them were willing to give Ryan the benefit of the doubt after watching then-House Speaker John Boehner repeatedly sell-out the conservative agenda... Read More >

Conservatives Demand All-Out Opposition to Supreme Court Nomination

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             Conservatives want Senate Republicans to oppose President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee with every weapon they have according to a poll by FedUp PAC.              Delaying the selection until the next president takes office in 2017 is considered “very important” by 89%, but 82% are “very concerned” that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell may cave in to pressure from the news... Read More >

Just a Matter of Time?

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 The recent passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is nothing less than devastating for Americans who hold sacred our precious Constitution and the liberties it protects.  As leader of the Supreme Court’s conservative wing for almost 30 years, Justice Scalia’s rulings and opinions consistently fell back on the text of the Constitution and on what the Founding Fathers intended. ... Read More >

No Supreme Court Nomination for Obama

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Hugh Hewitt points out that the Senate faces no constitutional or political necessity to even vote on an Obama nominee to the Supreme Court.   Read More >

The Fake Conservative?

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 In the run up to the South Carolina Republican presidential primary on February 20, polling shows Donald Trump in the lead and Ted Cruz appears most likely to finish second or perhaps move ahead of Trump with a closing surge.  Establishment Republicans Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and John Kasich are fighting each other to finish in third.  The fact that the GOP field remains dominated by two... Read More >

Conservatives Want a Debate Limited to Trump and Cruz

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             Conservatives overwhelmingly support a one-on-one debate between GOP frontrunners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz according to a poll by FedUp PAC.  By a margin of 67-31% they say that Trump should accept the challenge from Cruz, allowing them to debate each other without the distraction of other candidates.              Even some liberal pundits are now saying that the nominee will most... Read More >

Conservatives Say Trump Is Strong But Not Unbeatable

FedUp PAC Staff              Conservatives expect Donald Trump to win the South Carolina primary but do not believe he is moving inevitably toward the Republican nomination according to a poll by FedUp PAC.             A solid 59% predict that Trump will be the winner in South Carolina but only 40% say he “is now guaranteed to win the Republican nomination.”  Many seem concerned that an establishment candidate... Read More >

Conservatives Looking to Nominate Outsider for President

FedUp PAC Staff              Conservatives feel betrayed by Republican insiders and want the party to nominate someone outside the party’s establishment according to a poll by FedUp PAC.  Nominating an outsider is favored by 76%, while 71% express agreement with the one-half of Republicans in the New Hampshire exit poll who said the Republican Party had betrayed them.             A major worry for conservatives... Read More >

Conservatives Reject Ryan’s Appeasement Plans

FedUp PAC Staff              House Speaker Paul Ryan may think that conservatives should stop fighting President Obama and his policies but he has not been persuasive according to a poll by FedUp PAC.  Ryan recently spoke to the House Freedom Caucus and later to Heritage Action, calling on conservatives to put their principles on hold in 2016.              Ryan’s position is a betrayal of conservatives, say 89%... Read More >

Richard Viguerie's Quick Takeaways from the Iowa Caucuses

FedUp PAC Staff   Use the link to see Richard Viguerie's comments on Iowa. Read More >