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No Vern, We Don't Want Bi-Partisanship

Long overdue, we call on Congress and the Trump Administration to stop sending the United Nations an annual sum of over $8 billion. The UN is hostile to our ally Israel at best and anti-Semitic at worst.

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In 1980, Ronald Reagan called for the United States to return to the gold standard and now nearly forty years later, we are still waiting.

Time-tested conservative values are at the heart of our organization.

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The framers of our great Constitution never imagined that there would be career and lifelong politicians serving in Congress.

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An economy unfettered by government intervention will prosper best. Tariffs are bad for our economy and are nothing more than a tax on the American consumer who will now pay more for the goods and services that he or she wants

We believe in the right to bear arms. Any incumbent who supports stripping or restricting this constitutional right will be at the top of the list for a challenge and defeat in the primary.

Senator Lindsey Graham conducted an interview with Fox News and voiced that he is “amazed how badly” the first six months of the Biden Administration have gone.

Back under the rock you go Lindsey!

Conservative First is a federally registered political action committee (PAC) dedicated to restoring constitutional republicanism by supporting and electing conservative first candidates.

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With the sudden announcement that Representative Devin Nunes will be retiring from Congress at the end of this month, the race to become the chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee is heating up.

Current ranking member of the Ways and Means committee, Rep. Kevin Brady, announced back in April that this term in Congress would be his last. Most pundits assumed that Rep. Nunes, currently #2 on the committee, would take over. But with the stunning news of his retirement, the jockeying has begun to lead the mighty committee that has considerable economic influence on policies such as health care, Social Security, taxes, trade, etc.

According to Roll Call, Reps. Vern Buchanan of Florida’s 16th Congressional District and Adrian Smith of Nebraska’s 3rd are both running for the position. Neither man is well-known outside their home districts or the swamp also known as Washington D.C. Besides their low profiles, their Conservative First Index (CFI) scores are 49 and 60 respectively. Not exactly stellar to say the least for either man to lead the committee that will steer tax policy and other vital economic issues in the coming years should the GOP take back the House in ’22.

We “Stand With Rand” in Senator Paul’s quest of bringing some much-needed transparency to the Federal Reserve by auditing it.

Yes, Rep. Liz Cheney needs to be removed from her House leadership post. There is no question about that.

But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise and scores of other members of Congress are supporting Rep. Elise Stefanik to replace her.

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