Tag: FreedomWorks

House GOP Warns Obama Bureaucrats: We Will Reverse ‘Midnight Rules’

“The bill helps ensure this President, and any future president, will be held in check and that their policies have the proper level of scrutiny by both Congress and the American people. I’m pleased to see the House pass this important measure and look forward to its quick passage by our colleagues in the Senate,” Rep. Darrell Issa says.

Exclusive–FreedomWorks’ Brandon: Dems Only Care About ‘Criminal Intent’ When Springing a Clinton

The leader of FreedomWorks, the Washington-based network and support hub for Tea Party and other conservative activists, told Breitbart News Wednesday that the FBI’s recommendation that the Department of Justice should not prosecute Hillary Clinton for her handling of classified electronic correspondence betrays the phony criminal reform Democrats are pushing through Congress.

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GOP Presidential Candidates Campaign for Tea Party Support

With Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, all having announced their run for president, the 2016 presidential primary election is on everyone’s mind. Many, from both sides of the political aisle, are itching to see if grassroots organizations and movements like liberal Moveon.org and the Tea Party will once again factor into the political equation.

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FreedomWorks Directing Calls To Congress Urging Boehner Ouster

The grassroots conservative group FreedomWorks is directing calls to Congress among its 6.7 million supporters nationwide, urging Republicans to vote out House Speaker John Boehner and replace him with a viable alternative. Several members have already publicly indicated their intention to vote against Boehner for speaker on Tuesday. They include Reps. Jim Bridenstine (R-OK), Thomas Massie (R-KY) and Ted Yoho (R-FL). Yoho also offered himself up as a potential alternative candidate to Boehner for members who think they need an alternative.