Senate Conservatives Fund

TeaParty Sets Sights on Sen. Roberts

Seth McLaughlin, The Washington Times

“Over the past few decades, he [Sen. Pat Roberts] has unfortunately become the quintessential career politician, failing to thwart the unprecedented growth of government when it really counted,” the Madison Project said. They endorsed conservative candidate Dr. Milton Wolf.

Can Conservatives-GOP Marriage Be Saved?

Donna Cassata, Associated Press

Repub. leaders and several hard-right groups are displaying the classic signs of a political divorce, including bitter name-calling and reprisals against one another.

What's Behind DeMint-McConnell Feud

Jonathan Strong, National Review Online

A huge fight is a long time coming. Why? Mitch McConnell is a massive obstacle to the constitutional government DeMint has championed for decades.

McC's War on TeaParty Could Backfire

Danny Vinik, Business Insider

Boehner has been trying to avoid this war for years. McConnell is now welcoming it. In the crossfire are candidates like Ben Sasse who are looking to keep the support of both the establishment and conservative groups. McConnell has now made it clear that that’s not an option.

TeaParty to MM: Can't Win Without Us

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

McConnell “criticized conservative groups who supported the plan to defund Obamacare” and also criticized those conservatives who “are now actively working to defeat him in Kentucky.” McConnell “repeatedly mentioned the Senate Conservatives Fund by name.” Tea Party Express chairwoman Amy Kremer said, “An attack on SCF or any Tea Party organization or Ted C

Sen. Conservatives Fund: Nuclear Op McC's Fault

Alexis Levinson, Daily Caller

Mitch McConnell pointed to the next Congress as a time when he hoped that he, as the new Senate majority leader, could make a Dem. minority shoulder the consequences of the nuclear option vote. But Senate Conservatives Fund blamed MM for his “weakness” as a minority leader that allowed Reid to go nuclear.

NE Sen. Race Heats Up Over Endorsements

Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill

The Nebraska Senate race drew national attention when former state Treasurer Shane Osborn gained the endorsement of FreedomWorks. Senate Conservatives Fund and the Club for Growth endorsed his opponent, Midland University President Ben Sasse.

The Unanswered McConnell Question

Erick Erickson, Red State

Some enterprising reporter should ask Mitch McConnell this question: given that the Senate Conservatives Fund has a better record than McConnell of getting Repubs. elected to the Senate, shouldn’t he be backing Bevin?

McConnell's Line in Sand for TeaParty

Jazz Shaw, HotAir

Is McConnell somehow “giving permission” for others – from Graham to Enzi – to start putting up wanted posters of Tea Party upstarts with targets on their faces? If so, Reagan’s 11th commandment is truly out the window for both sides.

McConnell Declares War on Conservs.

Jonathan Strong, National Review Online

McConnell has warned aides that those who defect to opponent Bevins camp will get "the death penalty." He's also behind the NRSC's blacklisting of a GOP ad firm, Jamestown Associates, for working with the Senate Conservative Fund, which is helping Bevin. 

McConnell Adopts Anti-Limbaugh Ploy

Erick Erickson, Red State

The controversy over Mitch McConnell's blackmail tactics against conservative grassroots grows. Is Karl Rove behind this as well?

Is Mitch McConnell Washington’s #1 Corrupt Bastard?

The one establishment Republican politician who arguably came out better than anyone else in the deal to end the stand-off over defunding ObamaCare and imposing real spending reform on the federal government was the Senate’s Republican Minority Leader, Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.

Conservs. Back McConnell Rival

Kyle Trygstad, Roll Call

Senate Conservatives Fund, a group founded by Jim DeMint, announced that it will support Matt Bevin’s primary battle against Mitch McConnell and Miss. state Sen. Chris McDaniel’s primary challenge to Sen. Thad Cochran.

Debt Deal=Republican Surrender

Rebecca Berg, Washington Examiner

"Now Mitch McConnell is working with Harry Reid on a plan to fund Obamacare and raise the debt limit," SCF exec. dir. Matt Hoskins said. "Not only will his plan force Americans to pay for a law they oppose, it will force them borrow more money to do it."

Beck Reveals Repub Traitor

Erica Ritz, The Blaze

Glenn Beck revealed the name of a Repub senator who allegedly insinuated that supporters of FreedomWorks and the Senate Conservatives Fund are traitors to the party: Mitch McConnell.

Sarah Palin Gets It Right on Republicans Who Fund Obamacare

"The time for rhetoric and ceremonial votes in Congress is over," said Governor Palin. "Just remember — if you fund it, you own it!"

Senate Conservatives Fund Rips Mitch

David Freddoso, Conservative Intelligence Briefing

McConnell’s failure to slow or stop the amnesty bill generated a fundraising campaign against him.