There’s a clear contrast on display in the nation’s capital between Congressional conservatives, who are advancing trade-promoting legislation to grow our economy and create opportunity for Americans, and Washington liberals.
The big story out of Capitol Hill 100 days into the new Congress is of a Democratic party that is hopelessly divided and intellectually exhausted.
Conservative Reform Network (CRN) Chief Strategy Officer Neil Bradley today urged the adoption of the Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015 in order to help strengthen our economy and enhance America’s national security.
Good Monday morning, folks. While President Obama and his liberal allies continue to claim their big-government approach is producing solid economic outcomes, evidence continues to show that the picture isn’t so rosy for millions of working families who still haven’t recovered from the Great Recession. When it comes to saving and investing for the future, […]
In a new must-read story, the Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes recaps his experience at CRN’s second annual policy summit, which we held last week in advance of a new policy project we will launch in June.