September 17, 2016

Next Week: No More Ransom Payments to Iran

The President seems to have no problem undermining American interests in pursuit of solidifying a terrible nuclear deal with an untrustworthy partner.

September 11, 2016

9/11/16

When we think back on 9/11, we know that America is strong, our values are worth fighting for, and we will never give in to fear or terror.

September 7, 2016

Stop the Special Interest Slush Fund

In the last two years alone, the DOJ has forced those who lost in court to “donate” $880 million to activists groups with special connections in government.

September 2, 2016

Coming this Fall: More Innovation for a Stronger America

We’ve already passed 24 Innovation Initiative bills in the House, and we have five more next week to accelerate private sector innovation and bring greater innovation into government.

August 23, 2016

Don’t Punish the Success of American Olympians

Our already overzealous tax code should not punish our best athletes for representing our country and achieving international excellence.

August 3, 2016

$400 Million in an Unmarked Cargo Plane

Iran sent American hostages back on the same day it received the cash. Sounds a lot like a ransom payment to me.

July 13, 2016

Why the Conscience Protection Act Hits Close to Home

This is an important bill for all Americans who want to live their lives the way they think is right without fear of losing their jobs or violating the law. But it’s particularly important for my home state of California.

July 8, 2016

Surprise! Iran is Breaking the Nuclear Deal

This is not only delusional—it’s dangerous. Iran must be stopped, not rewarded. Iran must be held accountable, not allowed to continue violating UN resolutions and international norms.

July 7, 2016

As Overdoses Surge, Leading House Democrats Backpedal From Prior Support of Opioid Solution

There is no excuse for Congressional Democrats’ about-face on this opioid legislation.

June 13, 2016

The House’s Work on Counterterrorism

The Chairmen’s Task Force on Counterterrorism and Homeland Security—formed in the aftermath of the terrorist attack on Paris last November—met today to discuss how the House can respond to the Orlando terrorism attack in the weeks to come.