deauthorize Export-Import Bank

Ex-Im Bank Support Crashing – Senate Banking Chair Now Against Reauthorization

“After years of efforts to reform the Ex-Im Bank, it has become clear to me that its problems are beyond repair and that the Bank’s expiration is in the best interest of American taxpayers,” said Alabama Senator Richard Shelby, Chairman of the Senate's Banking Committee.

The Ex-Im Bank And The Art Of Picking Losers

In an op-ed in Forbes magazine our friends at “American Transparency” ask the question every Member of Congress should ask and answer before voting on the reauthorization of the corrupt Export-Import Bank: "How is bankrolling of dictators, subsidizing authoritarian regimes, propping up green energy and destabilizing entire industries good for growth?" Please join the leaders of over 50 conservative organizations by signing the conservative letter to Congress demanding that your Representative and Senators let the Export - Import Bank expire on June 30, 2015.

Right and Left Coming Together to Defeat Corrupt Crony Ex-Im Bank

The establishment media has largely ignored the story, but there is an important trend developing in national politics and policy debates; the emergence of more than occasional alliances of conservative and liberal populists. The latest Right-Left populist policy alliance to emerge is between conservative and liberal opponents of the Export-Import Bank reauthorization, and yesterday afternoon our conservative friends at The Club for Growth announced the release of a TV ad aimed at Florida Democrats.

Hensarling Heats Up Battle To End Crony Ex-Im Bank

As principled conservative Texas Republican Jeb Hensarling battles to kill this corrupt vestige of the New Deal, by using the legalized corruption of bribing Members of Congress by exchanging votes, Capitol Hill’s establishment Republican leaders plan to save the illegal corruption endemic to the Ex-Im Bank. You can’t make this stuff up.

Hensarling's war on Washington

Kevin Cirilli, The Hill

Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) has set out to change the way business is done in Washington, and there are some signs that he is succeeding. House Financial Services Committee chairman has taken up the simmering fight over the Export-Import Bank as a signature issue. 

Big Business Loses Ex-Im Bank Argument – Starts The Threats

As the clock ticks toward the June 30 expiration of the Ex-Im Bank’s charter, the beneficiaries of this corrupt remnant of the New Deal have started issuing warning that they would move production overseas if Congress doesn’t reauthorize their hand out. Please join the leaders of over 50 conservative organizations by signing the conservative letter to Congress demanding that your Representative and Senators let the Export - Import Bank expire on June 30, 2015.

Tea Party starts to circle Export-Import Bank

Kevin Cirilli, The Hill

Tea Party groups are increasing pressure on House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) not to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, whose charter expires June 30 unless Congress acts.Tea Partyers and prominent Republicans such as Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) argue that the bank is a form of corporate welfare for big businesses.