COMPASS: Guns and baby formula

May 16, 2022

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill. The House and Senate are back in session this week and the focus is on everything from Ukraine funding to baby formula. The Senate will take a cloture vote this evening on another $40 billion in supplemental funding for Ukraine. (The original request from the White House was $33 billion; […]

COMPASS: What Sam Alito Said

May 9, 2022

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill. The unprecedented leak of a draft opinion from the Supreme Court purporting to strike down Roe v Wade and Casey v Planned Parenthood is still rocking the country. Over the weekend, protesters gathered outside the homes of Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Justice Samuel Alito, the author […]

DeMint: Life Finds a Way

May 3, 2022

I write this morning with good news and an urgent request, for the victory of a lifetime may be at hand. After 49 years and 60 million children lost, the U.S. Supreme Court has reportedly voted to overturn Roe v. Wade. Someone inside the Court leaked Justice Samuel Alito’s draft majority opinion, which is believed to be joined […]

CPI Grows the Election Integrity Network with Summits in Georgia, Arizona, and Florida

April 1, 2022

It was standing-room-only at CPI’s first three statewide Election Integrity Summits in 2022.  The multi-day training conferences—in Atlanta, Phoenix, and Orlando—each drew hundreds of activists from all over the state, who showed up to learn how 2020’s election irregularities occurred and how to build the permanent, in-state oversight to prevent them from happening again. These […]

Glenn Beck, Ron DeSantis Among Movement Leaders at CPI Winter Leadership Conference

February 28, 2022

On February 10-14, 2022, the Conservative Partnership Institute brought together some of the biggest names in the conservative movement at its 2nd annual Winter Leadership Conference and its 2022 Conservative Members Retreat. 

COMPASS: Congress prepares Ukraine supplemental spending bill

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill. The House and Senate are back in session this week and, to put it mildly, there is a lot going on. I’m going to try to hit the high points. First up, Ukraine. While things are rapidly changing and fluid on the ground, Washington is gearing up its response. On […]

Rachel Bovard Speech to People for Life

January 30, 2022

Introduction There is a lot to cover this morning about the state of the pro-life movement, how far we’ve come, and where we still have to go. I’m going to touch on all of this. But, having spent a decade on Capitol Hill, I also want to talk about the relationship of the pro-life movement […]

State and Federal Lawmakers Gather in Atlanta for Launch of New State Freedom Caucus Network

December 22, 2021

ATLANTA, GA – The launch of a powerful new network of conservative state freedom caucuses kicked off on Dec. 14, 2021, with a major event at the state capitol building featuring state and national lawmakers. The event marked the launch of the State Freedom Caucus Network (SFCN), a new 501(c) (4) social welfare organization that […]

Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 Committee is a national embarrassment

December 14, 2021

WASHINGTON, DC – Conservative Partnership Institute Chairman Jim DeMint today offered CPI’s full support for Senior Partner Mark Meadows in his fight against the U.S. House of Representatives’ January 6 Committee. “Mark Meadows is an American hero, and Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 Committee is a national embarrassment. “Mark came to Washington to fight the corruption, […]

CPI Awards 2021 Freedom Fighter of the Year Award to Dr. Scott Atlas

December 2, 2021

**For Immediate Release** WASHINGTON, DC – Yesterday evening, Dr. Scott W. Atlas, author of the upcoming book, “A Plague Upon Our House: My Fight at the Trump White House to Stop COVID from Destroying America,” received the first annual “Freedom Fighter Of The Year” Award.  (Mark Meadows, Dr. Scott Atlas, Sen. Rand Paul)  This award […]

COMPASS: Reconciliation negotiations in full force

September 21, 2021

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill. Despite intense weeks-long hyping from the mainstream media, this Saturday’s rally outside the Capitol was attended by more police and media than actual protestors. The House and Senate are back in session this week with a massive agenda: a government funding deadline (including supplemental funding for hurricanes and resettlement of […]