Watch closely in Arkansas and Oklahoma tomorrow night. Why? Those are two states where CFG Action is running those ads, and if Trump loses those, even if he wins everything else, it shows there’s a crack in the wall. He can be beaten.
“Instead of expanding the scope of an 80-year-old law beyond recognition, we should trust the good judgment and common sense of the American people to decide what works and what doesn’t.” (AP File Photo/Susan Walsh Bringing freedom back to the Internet By SEN. MIKE LEE in the Washington Examiner 2/25/16 12:03 AM A year ago today, […]
David McIntosh joins Carol Costello on CNN’s Newsroom to talk about CFG Action’s $1 Million Ad Buy in Oklahoma and Arkansas exposing Trump as the worst kind of politician. Someone who will say anything to get elected (and then change his mind the next day). Hands down, the worst kind of politician.
Liberal corporate welfare millionaire Republican in Congress endorses Trump By Timothy P. Carney in Washington Examiner Chris Collins is a millionaire who has been enriched by corporate welfare. He is also a liberal Republican congressman (lifetime Club for Growth score of 49 percent) who champions corporate welfare. He is also the first member of Congress to […]
New evidence suggests that Seattle’s ‘radical experiment’ might be a model for the rest of the nation not to follow By Mark J. Perry in AEIdeas Seattle’s city council made history in June 2014 by unanimously passing legislation that will eventually bring the city’s minimum wage up to $15 an hour, the highest in the nation. […]
Rob Gleason on why Sen. Toomey will win in November, Penn Live Letter: Re-elect Sen. Ron Johnson, Fond du Lac Reporter Times Record on Club For Growth Action’s ad campaign attacking Trump in Arkansas and Oklahoma
Daily Signal, National debt per household projected at nearly $200K in 2026 (and how we can change it) Bernie’s tax plan would “hinder” economic growth, Economics 21 National Review on Trump’s life and campaign of deception
Nearly 30 GOP freshmen call for the Republican presidential candidates to focus on the debt, asking them to publicly support a balanced budget amendment; Roll Call Thomas Sowell on why misinformed voters are drawn towards socialism; Real Clear Politics The Daily Signal on why Obamacare premiums continue to rise
Epic Times on the negative impacts of Keynesian economic theory David McIntosh exposes Trump’s liberal record for Newsmax Daily Register on Kyle McCarter’s run for Congress
A conservative budget is aspirational By David McIntosh and Michael Needham The elevation of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) to Speaker offered hope that Republicans in Congress will be able to overcome internecine warfare, put forward an aspirational agenda and once again refocus on reducing government spending. Though they’ve held the majority for five years, congressional Republicans […]