‘The Club opposes the new Boehner Plan and we urge all members to vote against it’
‘We already have one party committed to bigger government. We don’t need another’
‘We are confident that Congresswoman Bachmann would be a pro-growth president’
Romney ‘was forced to contend with a liberal Legislature that rejected many of his positive reforms,’ 2007 report says
New report says sometimes politics trump principle for former Pennsylvania senator
The former Arkansas governor was once a young, fiscally conservative leader brimming with free-market ideas.
Naughty or nice: Club For Growth releases 2010 vote scorecard
‘According to that group, I’m also a tax-loving socialist’
‘You cannot lose the auto companies. They’re great. They make wonderful products’
Brady proposes slashing the number of federal workers by ten percent to save the government an estimated $150 billion per year
Concern spreads about tax cut deal’s $900 billion addition to deficit and debt
The 2012 presidential primaries are going to play out like an NCAA tournament. Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect.
To help keep our fiscal house in order, Reps. Tom Graves and Jeff Flake should be placed on the appropriations committee.
Mike Huckabee has come out in favor of an earmark moratorium. Will other potential GOP presidential candidates do the same?
Congress must push for a balanced budget amendment.
A new poll by a conservative group shows Democrat Scott McAdams polling nearly even with Joe Miller and Lisa Murkowski
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Dems play down their cash momentum, ignoring $250 million in union, liberal group support
So far this year, at least 117 PACs, political parties and other fundraising committees have collected $33 million in contributions to pass on to candidates
Decision, based on Citizens United case, allows unions to make unlimited contributions to organizations for independent expenditures