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ABOUT

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The Conservative Caucus (TCC) was founded in 1974 with the belief that conservatives could win in Washington only by mobilizing conservative strength at the state and Congressional district level. We are conservatives’ national grassroots network.

Read our key accomplishments since 1974.

The key to success is still to let people know what is happening in government, and to tell them how they can have an impact on the decisions to be made.

TCC uses many methods to make conservative opinion felt in Congress and the White House.

We encourage members and all citizens to call, visit, or write their elected representatives; and to alert other Americans by calling talk shows and writing letters to the editor. Often petitions are collected and delivered to key decision-makers. Testimony before Congressional committees, meetings with members of Congress and their staff, and Member's Message all help communicate to the public and make sure that elected officials hear what conservatives have to say.

WHAT WE STAND FOR
WHAT WE FIGHT FOR

Patriotism – love of our country and of what it stands for, “warts and all”

American Exceptionalism – seeing the U.S. as a special place, where our tradition of freedom and opportunity attracts the smartest, most talented, hardest-working people from around the world

Nationalism – putting the concerns and just interests of the American people first

Populism – a philosophy that opposes slavery and aristocracy, that sees all people as created equal, that puts the interests of working-class and small-business-class people ahead of the interests of the privileged and well-connected

The Constitution and The Bill of Rights, especially with regard to rights currently under massive threat such as Freedom of Speech, Religious Liberty, the Right to Self-Defense, Freedom from Mass Surveillance, and Freedom from Political Persecution

Opposition to Abuse of Power such as that committed recently by federal law enforcement officials, the Intelligence Community, and the President and Attorney General

Parents’ Rights, School Choice, and Freedom from Indoctrination in Schools

The Family as the most important unit of society

Localism – decisions made, whenever possible, by (in this order) individuals and families, neighborhoods and localities, state elected officials, and federal elected officials – not by unelected bureaucrats or international authorities

Honest Elections, using the Secret Ballot

Nonviolence

Equality for All, not so-called “equity” as a euphemism for bigotry and discrimination, and an end to Identity Politics (racism, sexism, orientationism, etc.)

Respect for All, treating all people fairly, without regard to their beliefs, backgrounds, or their circumstances of birth

Opposition to Wokeness and other forms of ignorance and authoritarianism

The Right to Life

Free Trade/Fair Trade, policies that promote free markets while protecting national security and our supply chain

Peace Through Strength, with a military sufficiently strong to protect our country and its just interests, and Prudent Noninterventionism (avoiding foolish entanglement in conflicts in other countries)

Affordable, Reliable Energy

Free Enterprise and Opposition to ‘Crony Capitalism’

Fighting Inflation by stopping deficit spending and by opposing policies that hurt economic growth

Lower Taxes, Less Bureaucratic Regulation, and a Balanced Budget except in times of war or short-term emergency

Term Limits for Members of Congress

Real Science, not pseudoscience such as promoted by “green” extremists, “trans” extremists, and authoritarian officials pushing harmful policies in the name of “public health”

Being Tough on Crime

Legal Immigration, not Open Borders

The Rule of Law, with courts following the law as it’s written rather than as judges would like it to be

 

Our oath to you is that as an organization we will never waiver from our beliefs, and will always stand for what is right. We will be steadfast in our loyalty to God, Country, and Constitution. No matter how hard the opposition comes against us we continue the fight and press on to advance the cause of this great country. 

 

If you want to stand with us, we want to invite you to become a member of our organization. We invite you to become a “loyalist.” 

 

Who should become a member of The Conservative Caucus?

  • If you’re a citizen of the United States and believe in the Red, White, and Blue.

  • If you believe in a free country that stands for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

  • If you believe our country is founded on Judeo-Christian principles.

  • If you believe in putting the well-being and welfare of our Country and it’s citizens first.

  • If you want to be proactive in the changes and not just someone who talks about it.

  • If you want your voice to be heard at the highest levels of government.

  • If you want to partner with an organization that supports true “conservative” candidates.

Who our membership is not for:

  • If you don’t believe the USA is the greatest country on planet earth, and that our democracy is the single greatest experiment known to man.

  • If you believe that our country should apologize to the world for being free.

  • If you believe in open borders.

  • If you believe in tax the rich and give to the poor financial approach.

  • If you believe we should be dependent on foreign oil.

  • If you believe that the innocent should not be protected.

But, if you believe, as Ronald Reagan once said, “In the shining city upon the hill,” then become a member of The Conservative Caucus and support our cause. 


Statement of Principles of The Conservative Caucus

I. Right To Enjoy The Income From One's Own Labor:
There should be a ceiling on the proportion of income which government may take away, in taxes, from any citizen. Graduated taxation, combined with inflation, places an especially unfair burden on working Americans, whose tax rates increase automatically as inflation pushes them into higher tax brackets.

II. Right To Personal Security:
Citizens have a right to the security of their persons, their homes, and their property. It is the first task of government to protect the law-abiding from those who break the law.  Concern for the rights of crime's victims must be emphasized over the privileges of those who commit crimes. The goal of law enforcement should be to apprehend, punish, and isolate those who criminally violate the rights of others.

III. Right To Educational Freedom:
The right of parents to define the conditions and content of their children's education must outweigh the power of government to interfere in the selection of textbooks or teachers, or to use the schools to advance the political, cultural, and social objectives of government officials. There must be no forced busing.

IV. Right To Religious Liberty:
The government should not be permitted to interfere with the freedom of individuals to pray to God in accordance with their own beliefs; nor should there be any officially established orthodoxy, religious or secular.

V. Right To Life:
No government resources should be used to encourage, sanction, or assist in the taking of innocent human life.

VI. Right To National Sovereignty:
The defense policy of the United States should be based on a goal of strategic and tactical supremacy on land, in the sea, in the air, and in space. Our foreign policy should have as its sole and overriding purpose safeguarding the national interest.

VII. Right To Economic Justice:
The government should be required to hold the level of its expenditure to the level of its income and not print or coin new money to meet governmental obligations, thus inflating the  currency and deflating the value of money already in circulation. The principal victims of government over-spending are the working men and women of America whose income is reduced in value and whose jobs are threatened by the inflation and unemployment which results from a public sector grown too large.

VIII. Right To Be Individually Judged:
Quotas, based on characteristics inherited at birth, are both discriminatory and arbitrary, wrongfully disregarding individual merit, achievement, and successful competition in favor of collective classifications. The government should not apply or encourage the use of quotas as a basis of selection in education, employment, or conferring of benefits. Individual rights must, in such instances, transcend bureaucratic determination of group interests.

IX. Right To Political & Economic Liberty:
No citizen should be obliged, either by taxation, by regulation, or as a condition of employment, to support candidates, organizations, or causes with which he disagrees. Government resources ought not underwrite policy advocacy or political activity.

X. Right To Self-Government:
Grants of power from the people to their government should be so limited and carefully prescribed as to assure that such power will be exercised in behalf of those from whom it is derived, rather than to serve those in whom it is concentrated. The vast power of the Federal bureaucracy should be dismantled, with control over public policy and government spending returned to elected officials at the local level. Local self-government, in small communities where property ownership is widespread, encourages the existence of an independent, self-determining citizenry, whose diverse control over their own affairs is itself a check on the arbitrary power of distant bureaucrats.

"If to please the people we offer what we ourselves disbelieve, how may we then afterward defend our work?  Our job is to raise a standard to which the wise and honest may repair, recognizing that the event is in the hands of God."  George Washington

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