Statements & Press Releases
The three-day event will be held from July 9th through 11th at the Hilton Anatole just north of downtown Dallas. Former President Trump will speak on Sunday, July 11th. This will be his 10th CPAC appearance.
As President Biden begins his post-100-days agenda, his biggest challenge is that despite good topline poll numbers, many of his major policies are substantially unpopular.
Overall, the New Hampshire General Court moved left in the last year, but Republican members stood opposed to the left’s radical agenda.
The North Carolina General Assembly earned a more conservative ranking last year, moving up three percentage points over the state’s 2019 score, according to data released by the American Conservative Union Foundation.
American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp joins The Faulkner Focus on May 14, 2021.
The Nebraska Legislature gained 10 new conservatives last year, but overall, the legislature’s conservative rating dropped five percentage points from the previous year, according to data released by the American Conservative Union Foundation.
The American Conservative Union stands shoulder-to-shoulder with our close ally Israel, and strongly condemns the more than 900 rocket attacks and other acts of terrorism against Israel over the last several days. The United States and the international community must...
Campaign to Focus on Biden Caving to Far Left Radicals by Undermining American Innovators The American Conservative Union (ACU) has launched an ad campaign condemning President Joe Biden’s support for the World Trade Organization (WTO) proposal that would waive...
The ACU ratings data conclude that Colorado lawmakers have the most liberal voting records on personal liberty, labor issues, health care, and welfare.
A total of 39 lawmakers in the Virginia General Assembly qualified as conservatives during the 2020 legislative session — a dramatic increase from the 16 who qualified as conservatives the prior year, according to scores released by the American Conservative Union Foundation.
NCAA President Mark Emmert responds to the American Conservative Union regarding the NCAA’s pressure on states to allow biological males to compete in women’s athletics.