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  • Has the Cruz Campaign Alienated Endorsement Target Tim Huelskamp?

    11/30/2015 9:05:17 PM PST · by TBP · 8 replies
    National Review ^ | November 30, 2015 | ELAINA PLOTT & ALEXIS LEVINSON
    On November 18, as Ted Cruz pitched his candidacy to select congressional Republicans in the main dining room of the Capitol Hill Club, he faced an uncomfortable question from Representative Paul Gosar. Why, Gosar asked, was the consulting firm owned by Cruz’s campaign manager, Jeff Roe, working to unseat fellow Freedom Caucus member Tim Huelskamp, a congressman the Cruz campaign is trying to woo? Axiom Strategies, the Kansas City consulting firm founded by Roe, has long been involved with super PACs seeking to oust Huelskamp from his seat in Kansas’s first district. In 2014, Axiom consulted for the “Now or...
  • Conservatives win border security battle

    01/28/2015 3:55:03 PM PST · by ObamahatesPACoal · 7 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | Susan Ferrechio
    House Republicans have pulled a border security bill from floor consideration this week amid concerns by conservatives that the legislation is not tough enough. Republican leadership aides told the Washington Examiner that internal opposition was not behind their decision, but conservatives are claiming victory. They knew they didnt have the support for this bill, one GOP lawmaker told the Washington Examiner, requesting anonymity. Republican leadership aides pointed to the weather forecast of 1-3 inches of snow in the Washington area, coupled with a blizzard forecast in the Northeast, that could make it difficult for many lawmakers to travel to Washington...
  • Huelskamp: Cantors Defeat Weakens Boehner (Blood int he water)

    06/10/2014 9:39:28 PM PDT · by Viennacon · 36 replies
    Roll Call ^ | 6/10/14 | Matt Fuller
    As conservatives begin to wrap their heads around the shocking primary defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, at least one member of the coup to unseat Speaker John A. Boehner doesnt think an open spot in leadership will strengthen Boehners hand come the 114th Congress. Just minutes after Cantors defeat was official on Tuesday night, Rep. Tim Huelskamp told CQ Roll Call that Cantors ouster bodes well for an entire new leadership team. The Kansas Republican, who hasnt been quiet about his qualms with leadership, said its too early to tell exactly how this affects leadership races, but, again,...
  • Tea Party congressman warns Salon: Another shutdown may be coming!

    12/14/2013 2:47:12 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 9 replies
    Salon ^ | December 13, 2013 | Josh Eidelson
    GOP firebrand Tim Huelskamp adds: "Rumors Ive heard is [Boehner's] not going to be running for speaker again By a 332-to-94 vote Thursday night, the House passed a budget deal that despite taking money from federal workers pockets and leaving long-term unemployed in the lurch was staunchly opposed by major right-wing groups. Among the critics was Tea Party stalwart and Kansas congressman Tim Huelskamp, whom Boehner kicked off the Budget Committee in an alleged purge last year. In an interview before the vote, Huelskamp charged that the deal doesnt avoid a government shutdown, told Salon he hears rumors...
  • Huelskamp to Boehner: Give Me My Job Back

    12/10/2012 5:13:45 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 6 replies
    Newsmax ^ | Monday, 10 Dec 2012 04:15 PM | Bill Hoffmann
    One of four Republican lawmakers ousted from several key committees by House Speaker John Boehner last week for allegedly not toeing the party line is asking to be reinstated. (Kansas Rep. Tim) Huelskamp, Michigan Rep. Justin Amash, and Arizona Rep. David Schweikert have asked Boehner for a written explanation of why they were banished. They also want to see any voting scorecards that may have factored in their ousters.
  • Conservative Congressman: John Boehner's 'Purge' Was A 'Warning' To The GOP

    12/07/2012 8:16:02 AM PST · by jimbo123 · 31 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 12/6/12 | Grace Wyler
    Conservative Congressman Tim Huelskamp, one of three freshmen representatives ousted from top committee posts this week, slammed the House Republican leadership Thursday, and said that the purge was "a warning" to other members not to go against the party leaders on a fiscal cliff deal. "I think that was clearly a warning from leadership that 'We're watching your votes, and if you don't vote the way we like it, you might be punished like these three people,'" Huelskamp told Business Insider.

    12/05/2012 9:13:45 AM PST · by jonefab · 31 replies
    THEBLAZETV ^ | 12/04/12 05:32
    Tonight Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) joins us from Washington to fill us in on a possible GOP leadership purge.
  • Boehner ousts Huelskamp from agriculture and budget committees

    12/05/2012 6:53:28 AM PST · by crosshairs · 28 replies
    Wichita Eage ^ | 12/4/12 | Dan Voorhis
    Republican leaders in the U.S. House kicked U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp off the House Agriculture and House Budget committees this week a move that dismayed many in the states powerful agriculture sector. In a statement on his congressional website, Huelskamp, R-Fowler, said he was given limited explanation for his removal, but that his consistent, principled, and conservative votes have riled the GOP Establishment. House Speaker John Boehner, in the midst of critical budget negotiations over the fiscal cliff, removed other conservatives from their committee posts as well Justin Amash of Michigan from the House budget committee, and Reps....
  • Alert! EPA Monster Sighted in Kansas

    09/30/2011 8:11:14 AM PDT · by 1pitech · 11 replies
    GOPUSA ^ | 09-30-11 | Paul A. Ibbetson
    In the current GOP 2012 presidential debates, all the Republican candidates have voiced the need to drastically re-structure the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Under the current EPA director, Lisa Jackson, the Obama administration is unleashing on the country the most comprehensive and far-reaching environmental regulations ever seen.
  • Huelskamp to oppose Obama-Boehner CR budget deal

    04/14/2011 11:31:31 AM PDT · by mas cerveza por favor · 11 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | Thursday, April 14, 2011 | MARK TAPSCOTT
    Kansas Republican Rep. Tim Huekskamp will vote against the Obama-Boehner Continuing Resolution deal on 2011 spending. In a lengthy statement released late yesterday, Huelskamp, who also voted against the previous CR, explained why he will again go against the House GOP leadership: The traditional laws of addition and subtraction must not apply in Washington. A deeper calculation of this spending deal using figures available from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reveals that this actually only saves $352 million in direct spending," Huelskamp said. "With 308 million people in the United States, thats a savings of $1.14 per person, enough...
  • GOP Leaders Lobby For CR Votes

    04/13/2011 7:30:11 PM PDT · by Qbert · 13 replies
    NRO ^ | April 13, 2011 | Andrew Stiles
    As the disheartening details continue to emerge about the $38 billion spending cut deal, and on the eve of a vote scheduled for Thursday, Republicans leaders are urging members to show party loyalty and vote for the bill. According to sources present at a GOP conference meeting Wednesday morning, House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio), Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R., Va.) and Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) pressed members for support, saying that a vote against the CR would be taking the easy way out. That did not sit well with some freshman members, many of whom are particularly...
  • Huelskamp: Were maxed out ( the view from Kansas )

    03/23/2011 7:20:00 PM PDT · by george76 · 5 replies
    Salina Journal ^ | 3/23/2011 | MICHAEL STRAND
    Several of the people who showed up at Tuesday morning's town hall meeting with Rep. Tim Huelskamp were there to defend federal funding for programs they are involved with -- programs that are on the chopping block as Congress attempts to deal with a projected one-year deficit of more than $1 trillion. Yet when Huelskamp, a freshman Republican and former state senator from Fowler, asked for a show of hands of those who support raising the debt ceiling from $14.3 trillion, just five of the more than 70 people in the room raised their hands. That current debt ceiling will...
  • GOP freshmen uneasy about latest stopgap bill, lawmaker says

    03/13/2011 7:36:53 PM PDT · by Qbert · 19 replies
    The Hill ^ | 03/12/11 | Vicki Needham
    Freshmen Republicans in the House are increasingly worried that party leaders will back down on spending cuts and might oppose the latest bill to avoid a government shutdown, one lawmaker says. Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-Kansas) said Saturday he will oppose a three-week continuing resolution from House Republicans to fund the government and signaled other freshmen may follow suit. The three-week spending bill "could be much harder to pass than the last one" because it fails to make the cuts needed to slash the deficit, Huelskamp told The Hill. The House is set to vote on the three-week bill Tuesday. It...
  • GOP Primary Victors Mostly Strong Conservatives

    08/04/2010 12:52:19 PM PDT · by mas cerveza por favor · 7 replies
    Human Events ^ | 08/04/2010 | John Gizzi
    In most of the contested Republican primaries held in three states last night, the winners were conservatives. The GOP nominations for open U.S. Senate seats in Kansas and Missouri, for example, were won by conservative Representatives Jerry Moran and Roy Blunt respectively.[...] In Morans 1st District, conservative State Sen. Tim Huelskamp topped a six-candidate field that included moderate realtor Tracey Mann and Rob Wasinger, Brownbacks longtime top aide. Huelskamp has been the premier spear-carrier for conservatives in the state legislature for several years, having been the leading sponsor of pro-marriage and transparency legislation and organizing Kansas foes of former Democratic...
  • Republicans regain generic ballot edge (Conservative Huelskamp neck-n-neck)

    08/03/2010 8:59:15 AM PDT · by mas cerveza por favor · 2 replies · 2+ views
    washingtonpost.com ^ | August 3, 2010 | Chris Cillizza
    Republicans have regained an edge in Gallup's weekly generic ballot question, a development that suggests that the Democratic uptick seen in recent weeks may have been anomalous. [...] For Moran's [Kansas] 1st district, businessman Tracey Mann and state Sens. Jim Barnett and Tim Huelskamp were all tied in a recent poll.
  • In Kansas, Club for Growth PAC taps Pompeo, Huelskamp

    07/10/2010 11:41:25 AM PDT · by Kansas58 · 10 replies · 1+ views
    "The Club for Growth is a national organization that advances prosperity and economic growth by promoting economic freedom and limited government. Each year it ranks federal lawmakers on how well they follow these principles on its scorecards. (For a look at how current Kansas Congressman and Senate hopefuls Todd Tiahrt and Jerry Moran ranked on the scorecard, see Club for Growth gives slight nod to Tiahrt over Moran.)--- "In the race for Republican Party nomination for United States Congress from the first district of Kansas, the Club for Growth PAC endorsed farmer and Kansas Senator Tim Huelskamp of Fowler." ---...