Category: Free Trade

Club for Growth Backs House Leadership’s Warning Against Tariffs

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“Tax cuts and deregulation will make the American economy great again, but tariffs and trade wars will make it tank again.”  Washington, DC – Club for Growth president David McIntosh released the following statement in response to published reports that “House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy refused to back President-elect Donald Trump’s push for a 35-percent […]

Trump Should Tread Softly On His New Trade Agenda

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In an op-ed published (11/28/16) in Investor’s Business Daily, Club President David McIntosh and Cato Institute Adjunct Scholar Scott Lincicome addressed economic and legal concerns in the President-elect’s trade rhetoric. IBD Op-Ed President-Elect Donald Trump has released an ambitious to-do list. His plans for cutting individual and corporate taxes, for repealing and replacing ObamaCare, and […]

Lumber Policy May Spark Trade War

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The United States may have another front  in a potential trade war: Canada. With protective tariffs forcing Canadian lumber to shutter their doors, American citizens will pay likely pay much higher prices. Read more on this story here!

Club for Growth Signs Open Letter to Congress on Free Trade

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The Club for Growth joined 35 other signatories on an open letter to Congress on Free Trade, and how it’s essential to American prosperity. Free Trade has come under attack throughout this election cycle from the false promises of protectionism. Read the letter here.

Club for Growth TV Ad Urges Louisiana Congressmen Boustany and Richmond to End Support of Corrupt Export-Import Bank

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“Louisianians should urge them to stop backing corporate welfare.” Washington, DC – The Club for Growth announced the launch of a 30-second television ad urging Congressmen Charles Boustany (LA-03) and Cedric Richmond (LA-02) to stop supporting the corrupt Export-Import Bank: “The Export-Import Bank is a corrupt Washington agency that doles out corporate welfare to a […]

Senate Democrats Are Getting Desperate for More Export-Import Bank Cronyism

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“Senator Richard Shelby prevented their attempts to make an end-around past the Senate Banking Committee.” Washington, DC – The Club for Growth released the following statement in response to today’s failed attempt by Democrats to circumvent the Senate Banking Committee and send President Obama’s nominee for the Export-Import Bank’s board of directors to the Senate […]

Club for Growth Releases Annual Congressional Scorecard

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Washington, DC – Today, the Club for Growth released its 2015 Congressional Scorecard, which ranks the voting behavior of Members of Congress based on issues relating to limited government and economic growth. To view the Club for Growth’s 2015 Congressional Scorecard and all prior scorecards, click here. “Despite slight progress in 2015, Congress has a […]

National Review Op-Ed: The House Should Go Big: Temporary Tariff Reform Creates More Problems Than It Solves

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http://www.nationalreview.com/article/434487/tariff-reform-permanent-sweeping-tariff-reductions-should-move-house The House Should Go Big: Temporary Tariff Reform Creates More Problems Than It Solves By David McIntosh & Michael A. Needham — April 25, 2016 “I mean [to] show what we would do, what our ideal policy would be.” That was newly elected House speaker Paul Ryan’s promise in December. For Americans who have […]

In The News… 4.13.16

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C. Boyden Gray blasts the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau for its unconstitutional regulatory burden, Washington Times Trib Live on the dignity of free trade and why protectionism forces the consumer to serve the producer

In The News… 4.6.16

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Daily Signal on how politicians have been dishonest on trade Environment & Energy on Mike Lee’s conservative credentials and his view of the right role of the federal government Rand Paul’s op-ed in Grayson County News Gazette; We Must Stop Wasteful Spending Now