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Commitment to America

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I get a lot of questions about what Republicans will do next year when we take back control of the House of Representatives. These are important questions. After all, we can talk forever about spiraling inflation, record illegal immigration, rising violent crime, foreign policy disasters, fentanyl crisis, “woke” education programs, out of control government bureaucracies, etc. But it’s…

Rep. Ralph Norman Leads Letter Requesting the Dept. of Justice Investigate White House Advisor's Connection to the Chinese Communist Party

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On Wednesday, Rep. Ralph Norman (SC-05) led a letter  requesting Attorney General Merrick Garland investigate the connection between John Podesta, President Biden’s newly appointed White House Advisor for Clean Energy Innovation & Implementation, and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Background John Podesta’s appointment on September 2, 2022 came less…

Another Month, Another Record Along Biden’s Wide-open Southern Border.

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Another month, another record along Biden’s wide-open southern border. For the first time in American history, the number of encounters of illegal migrants along our southern border has surpassed TWO MILLION for the fiscal year, which runs from October 1st through September 30th. That’s according to data released yesterday by the Border Patrol. It is the President’s responsibility…

Martha's Vineyard is Fine

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Did you notice how Democrats and many in the media utterly lost their minds over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis flying 50 migrants from his state up to Martha's Vineyard? The phony outrage over this has been priceless. It’s pure gold as far as I’m concerned.  Those migrants received a free chartered flight up to one of the nicest, most exclusive islands in our entire county, and CBS…

Kicking the Can Down the Road

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If you like peeking behind the curtain and knowing how the sausage is made in Washington, this post is for you. As it stands right now, the federal government is only authorized to spend money through September 30th, which is the end of its fiscal year. Without legislation passed by Congress and signed by the President, a government “shut-down” of non-essential services could happen…

Inflation Still Four Times Higher Than Normal

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Inflation data released this morning shows prices are still rising FOUR TIMES FASTER than normal under this administration. In August, year-over-year inflation rose 8.3%. That means on average, the cost of the goods and services you purchased last month were up 8.3% from August a year ago. Pay close attention to how the liberal media reports this news. You’re likely to hear descriptions…

Rep. Ralph Norman Issues Statement on the Passing of Queen Elizabeth II

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On Thursday afternoon, Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) issued the following statement following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II: "My prayers go out to the Royal Family and all of those in the U.K. and the Commonwealth who are mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth II. May her life and legacy as one of the most symbolic historical figures never be forgotten."

Rep. Norman Introduces No Federal Funds for Abortion Travel Expenses Act of 2022

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On Tuesday, Rep. Ralph Norman (SC-5) introduced a bill, No Federal Funds for Abortion Travel Expenses Act of 2022, to restrict federal funding of abortion travel where not otherwise already prohibited by the Hyde Amendment. Background   The introduction of the No Federal Funds for Abortion Travel Expenses Act of 2022 comes after the Senate included in its FY23 LHHS…

Rep. Ralph Norman Introduces the Fighting Cancer in Children Act in Honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

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On Friday, Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) introduced the Fighting Cancer in Children Act in honor and recognition of September being Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Background   An estimated 400,000 children are diagnosed with cancer around the world each year. Here in the United States, cancer remains the number one cause of "death by disease" among children…