I am very proud to have received a 100% pro-family scorecard with The American Family Project. With the U.S. Census recently projecting a future population decline, it is crucial now more than ever that leaders in D.C. support and value American families.
To view my full voting record for this scorecard, please click here. Read more »
With the House back in action, we’re working through the remaining appropriations bills, one by one. As you know, amendments are an important way to help fine-tune legislation, and I’m pleased several of my amendments have been approved recently.
(Side note: the complexity of just one appropriations bill is precisely why Congress needs to make it a priority to earnestly work on our… Read more »
Around this time of year, I get lots of calls from constituents who are concerned about daylight saving time and its negative impact during the fall and winter months. I have heard from many that there are several health problems associated with time change year after year. Studies suggest permanent daylight saving time has the potential to decrease the risk of car accidents and crime, as… Read more »
Congratulations to our new Speaker of the House, Congressman Mike Johnson! We have a lot of work on the horizon, but our conference is finally united and the House is great hands moving forward. Let's go!! Read more »
Over the weekend, it was quietly announced that we broke another monthly record for illegal immigration along our southern border. Almost 303,000 that we know about in September alone. That includes 269,735 who were apprehended by our Border Patrol, plus 33,203 who were chased by authorities but managed to escape into our country.
Think about that. Over THIRTY-THREE THOUSAND illegal… Read more »
Civilized nations often try to appease terrorists, hoping to avoid conflict. Yet when a sub-human organization like Hamas has no interest in appeasement, especially when their stated mission is the death of every Jew, Israel’s only option is to fight back. Those who believe peace with terrorists can be negotiated are simply wrong, as history has proven repeatedly.
So here we are. A… Read more »
Jim Jordan is a proven conservative with a unique ability to unite and motivate. He's exactly what the House needs right now as we're facing critical issues both at home and afar.
Yet the establishment Republicans are fighting against Jim Jordan because they fear he’ll actually do what he says he’ll do. Namely, reduce spending!
If you’re a big-government politician (especially a… Read more »
If you're a constituent or know someone having trouble leaving Israel, please contact my office at 803-327-1114. My congressional staff is available to provide guidance and help with resources available through the U.S. State Department.
Also be sure to monitor the State Department's website for the latest information along with contact information for the U.S. Embassy in Israel. Read more »
Honestly, I’m not listening to “outrage” from those upset about the ouster of Kevin McCarthy as House Speaker… particularly from a few of my colleagues here in D.C. who haven’t been equally as outraged about this nation’s state of affairs. Tell me:
📛 Where’s the outrage over our $33 trillion national debt?
📛 Where’s the outrage over our $2 trillion deficit this year alone?
📛… Read more »