Mick Mulvaney

Don’t Believe the Left’s CFPB Narrative

Ben Shapiro, National Review

In short, the CFPB was a partisan organization set up for partisan purposes, but operating under a popular name; now Democrats want to claim that any attempt to bring the organization under bipartisan control represents a rollback of its central mission. That’s a lie, and an obvious one. No wonder a court dismissed Cordray’s and English’s claims this week and allowed Mulvaney to fill the directorship.

The Swamp Moves To Keep Its Power At The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The Constitution is clear that the President is head of the Executive Branch of government, and as such the appointment of Mick Mulvaney as Acting Director is a welcome, and constitutional, step toward restoring the accountability and transparency that was missing when the CFPB was created.

No More Free Lunch

Since 2015 federal welfare spending has outpaced defense spending. President Trump’s workfare proposal demonstrates that he is busy doing what is important for Americans. Congress should join him.

RINOs Declare War On Trump’s Conservative Budget

Sen. John McCain and other RINOs have declared President Trump's budget DOA. This is the kind of “Republican” policy that has federal spending on autopilot while tax collections are at record highs and the federal deficit is also at a record high.

Sheri Few: THE Conservative in the SC-5 Special Election

It isn’t every day that one of our friends, who is also one of the original #StopCommonCore moms, runs for Congress. So it with a special sense of urgency that we tell our conservative readers about Sheri Few, who is THE conservative candidate running in the special election to fill the vacancy created by Rep. Mick Mulvaney’s appointment to head President Trump’s Office of Management and Budget.