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Tucker Carlson UnPacks Jim Banks’ Memo

  Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson unpacks Rep. Jim Banks’ memo and the benefit to keeping the GOP the party of the working class.

Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy speaks with Oren Cass on the working class party

Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy speaks with Oren Cass on the working class party. In late April, Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was interviewed by Oren Cass on where the Republican party post-Trump presidency. McCarthy specifically highlights the great work Rep. Jim Banks is doing and references his memo on the working class party.

J.D. Vance, author of “Hillbilly Elegy” discusses Jim Banks’ memo on the new face of the GOP, the working class party.

J.D. Vance, author of “Hillbilly Elegy” discusses Jim Banks’ memo on the new face of the GOP, the working class party. Vance, a New York Times op-ed contributor and world renowned author appeared on Fox to discuss Rep. Jim Banks’ memo highlighting the Republican Party embracing blue-collar families and workers. Watch the full video here. 

Other GOP Responses

Former GOP Speaker John Boehner’s Response to Jim Banks Memo

John Boehner, the 53rd speaker of the House of Representatives appeared on Fox News In March, Boehner spoke from his home on the importance of Rep. Jim Banks’ working class party memo. The detailed memo describes the new face of the GOP. Boehner goes on to say, “We do a better job at explaining who… [Read More]

Liz Cheney Derides Jim Banks’ GOP Working-Class Memo as Neo-Marxist

House Republican Conference chair Liz Cheney (R-WY) slammed Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Banks’ (R-IN) memo Monday as Neo-Marxist. Banks wrote a letter to House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) in March, charging that House Republicans must embrace issues important to working-class voters if they wish to take back the House majority during the 2022 midterm elections…. [Read More]


Latest News

Jim Banks announces and Discusses the future of the GOP on Prime Time

Jim Banks announces the launch of the Working Class GOP website and lays out the future of the GOP on Prime Time with Pete Hegseth. They discuss the strengths of both the Trump-era GOP and Reagan-era GOP and highlight what it will take for the Republican Party to cement its new role as the working… [Read More]

Rep. Jim Banks Tells It Like It Is: Liz Cheney is a ‘Distraction’

Again, kudos to Rep. Banks for how he stuck to how “I’ve called on Liz Cheney to rejoin the Republican team and help us go out and win the majority in the midterm election. That’s where my frustration has bubbled up.” He also referenced the memo he wrote to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on how to… [Read More]

NPR: Top Republicans Work To Rebrand GOP As Party Of Working Class

A growing number of working-class voters were drawn to Donald Trump’s Republican Party, and now top Republicans are searching for ways to keep those voters in the fold without Trump on the ballot. “All of the statistics and polling coming out of the 2020 election show that Donald Trump did better with those voters across… [Read More]

Axios: House GOP memo: Embrace of Trump agenda is only option for comeback

Banks argues in the memo that “both parties are undergoing coalitional transformations” and that Republicans shouldn’t fight the trend of corporate donors pulling back from the GOP. “Our electoral success in the 2022 midterm election will be determined by our willingness to embrace our new coalition,” the memo says. “House Republicans can broaden our electorate,… [Read More]

Roll Call: Prepare for the anti-corporate summer (and cycle)

As head of the Republican Study Committee, Banks is not a random member from northeast Indiana. He leads this conservative group, with roots that go back nearly 50 years and that was once led by Mike Pence and now includes three-quarters of the House GOP Conference. “Republicans are pro-business and pro-worker, not pro-corporation,” Banks said… [Read More]

Forbes: House GOP Memo Argues For Embrace Of Trump Coalition Some Republicans Find ‘Distasteful’

Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), the chair of the conservative Republican Study Committee and an influential member of the House GOP caucus, wants the party to embrace the voter base forged by former President Donald Trump in spite of objections from some Republicans, according to a memo obtained by Forbes.   Read the full article here.

Fox News Steve Hilton: Limiting Corporate Influence in Politics

Breitbart: Banks Memo: GOP Must Embrace Being ‘Party of the Working Class’ to Take Back House in Midterms

A memo from Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) urges that House Republicans must embrace policies supported by working-class voters if they intend to succeed in flipping the House in the 2022 midterm elections. Banks, who chairs the Republican Study Committee (RSC), details in the memo, dated March 30, key… [Read More]

WSJ: GOP’s Blue-Collar Agenda

Mr. Banks, who leads a 154-member caucus of conservatives called the Republican Study Committee, recently gave House GOP leaders a memo arguing that the party can retake the House majority ‘’by enthusiastically rebranding and reorienting as the Party of the Working Class.’’ Mr. Banks’s recommendations included continuing Mr. Trump’s “hard line’’ on both legal and… [Read More]