Club for Growth

Mark Green withdrew his name from consideration after he came under criticism for anti-LGBTQ remarks.
The influential group of conservative lawmakers made the former House Speaker's life miserable in Congress.
Trump's The Art of the Deal outlined his likely campaign strategy. Did any of the anti-Trump "strategists" read it? Trump
National Review editor Rich Lowry is now leading an effort urging conservatives to speak out against Donald Trump and oppose his candidacy.
A letter from Trump's lawyer is the latest development in his feud with the conservative group.
The repeated conservative attacks on Donald Trump have failed, because they are off the mark. Candidates like Rick Perry, Rand Paul, and Bobby Jindal did not have the positive image and standing to attack, and they came across as desperate and petulant bottom-feeders.
President Obama had some fun this week, and by doing so actually forced the media to tackle a serious subject on his agenda.
Senators who voted last week to Fast Track ratification of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) call it a free trade deal, but really, it’s forced trade imposed on protesting American workers who have endured its damaging effects for decades.
On March 31, Cruz will be the guest of honor at a Texas fundraiser where Club for Growth donors like Steven Pfeifer, Terrence
In a speech to the conservative Club for Growth this week, presidential hopeful and former Republican governor of Florida Jeb Bush espoused an idea about battling poverty that is, at its core, right.
Dasher is the nephew of "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson. McAllister has his own ties to the family: Robertson's son Willie
WASHINGTON -- The Club For Growth is targeting Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) with a web video attacking her support for
One look at Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey's voting record in 2013 explains why he is the winner of our next Dirty Denier$ award. He voted against every piece of environmental legislation except one.
But after this cycle, tea party opponents of corporate welfare in Congress have little to fear. Amash describes himself as
Enter your email address: Democratic congressional leaders said that, if the Senate bill is to pass and be merged with Camp’s