Weekly Newsletter


Weekly Newsletter – 07/26/2015

Here’s a quick overview of the past week’s major political events: Hillary Clinton sent classified email over her private server, despite her earlier denials. The Inspector General of the Intelligence Community sent a letter to Members of Congress on Thursday revealing that an internal government review found that, despite her earlier denials to the contrary, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had, in fact, sent classified information via her private email server. Importantly, these were not emails where State Department officials decided to classify them ...

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Special GOP Debate Update

We're bringing you a special update today in light of the first Republican Presidential Primary Debate this evening. Help us convince the debate moderators to ask our question and then tell us who you think will win tonight's debate! Details below. Also, be sure to follow these Twitter accounts for the debate tonight and use hashtag #TPP2016 to follow and participate in the conversation. @TPPCitizensFund, @TPPatriots, @JennyBethM @wpascoe GOP Debates TONIGHT in Cleveland! The Voters First Forum took place in New Hampshire on Monday, which provided a sneak preview of ...

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Weekly Newsletter – 07/19/2015

Here’s a quick overview of the past week’s major political events: Donald Trump reveals his net worth. Color us green – with envy, or embarrassment. Donald Trump filed his personal financial disclosure this week, and we were gobsmacked. Everyone believed The Donald had a ton of money, but few – including us! – would have guessed he was worth $10 billion. Hmmm. That means he could write a $1,000 check to every likely GOP caucus or primary voter in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina, and still have … about $9.5 billion left. A look at the candidat...

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Weekly Newsletter – 06/21/2015

The Faith and Freedom Coalition “Road to Majority” conference is going on this weekend in Washington, DC, and next weekend I’ll be in Denver with thousands of conservative activists at the Western Conservative Summit. Several of the presidential candidates have reached out to learn more about where you stand on the issues. I’ll be meeting with them over the coming months to share our views on the issues and our vision for America’s future. Let us know if there are things you want us to consider as we meet with these candidates. Here’s a quick overview ...

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Weekly Newsletter – 05/31/2015

Here’s a quick overview of the week’s major political events: Matt Bevin officially WINS in Kentucky! Last week we reported that Matt Bevin – Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund’s choice for the GOP primary in the Kentucky gubernatorial race – won with an 83-vote margin (that’s less than one vote for each of Kentucky’s 120 counties – don’t ever doubt that every vote counts!). James Comer, the state’s Agriculture Commissioner who came in second place, challenged the results and asked for a re-canvass, which is simply a review of the vote tallies in ...

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Weekly Newsletter – 05/16/2015

Here’s a quick overview of the week’s major political events: TPPCF endorses Matt Bevin for Kentucky Governor! Last year, Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund (TTPCF) was proud to endorse Louisville businessman Matt Bevin in his U.S. Senate primary challenge to current Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. It took a lot of courage to be willing to stand up to his state’s most powerful politician, and that's the kind of courage we believe America needs if we’re going to succeed in creating and passing on a better America to our children. We have never before ...

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Weekly Newsletter – 05/10/2015

First off, we'd like to wish a very Happy Mother's Day to all of the mothers out there. Today is your day and we hope you have a truly relaxing and enjoyable day! Here’s a quick overview of the week’s major political events: Jeb Bush trails…well, just about everyone in Iowa. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who has not officially launched his presidential campaign, trails almost every other Republican candidate in Iowa. A meager 5% of likely Iowa GOP caucus-goers said they plan to vote for Bush, according to the most recent Quinnipiac poll. Perhaps his low ...

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Weekly Newsletter – 05/03/2015

Here’s a quick overview of the week’s major political events: Wait. Even Hillary’s nuclear stance was for sale? Peter Schweizer’s new book, Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, describes a particularly distressing detail about Hillary Clinton’s evolving stance on India’s nuclear arrangement. Politico reports that Schweizer’s forthcoming book includes a chapter titled “Indian Nukes: How to Win a Medal by Changing Hillary’s Mind,” which details how one major Indian-Amer...

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Weekly Newsletter – 04/26/2015

Here’s a quick look at the major political events of the past week: New book describes the trail of money for the Clinton family’s foundation. Peter Schweizer has a new book – which will hit bookstores on May 4th – detailing the Clinton family’s money trail. In Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, Schweizer raises important questions about whether or not the Clintons used Hillary’s post as Secretary of State essentially to sell favors to foreign governments and businesses. He ...

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Weekly Newsletter – 04/18/2015

Here’s a quick look at the major political events of the past week Hillary Clinton’s failed launch. Hillary Clinton’s much-anticipated presidential campaign is off to a … well … less than spectacular start. She made the announcement in a video, which, as the Washington Post notes, failed to address any of the important aspects of a presidential bid. For example, the video never mentions why she would be a good President, or even why she has decided to run. One of the major problems facing her campaign is her overall lack of accomplishment in any area of her ...

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