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Town Halls Next Week

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I'll be hosting seven (7) live, in-person town halls next week all throughout the congressional district. If you're interested in a legislative update from Congress and an opportunity to ask questions, this is your chance! Here's a link to my events page with details. We have a wide range of starting times, between noon and 5:30 PM, and a wide variety of venues. If you can't make it to…

Free Flow of Sensitive and Classified Research

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A man named Anming Hu was arrested and is to face trial for wire fraud and lying to U.S. authorities. He was a scientist at the Univ. of Tennessee, participating in federally funded research on nanotechnologies. The problem, however, is that he was also privately running a similar operation over in China. He's accused of hiding this inconvenient fact from U.S. authorities. All this…

Rep. Norman Introduces Bill to Protect American Research and Intellectual Property

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On Friday, Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC) introduced the Safeguarding United States (SUS) Research Act in the House of Representatives. This legislation pertains to individuals who are granted nonimmigrant visas into the United States as well as their sponsors, who are typically academic institutions or other organizations. The SUS Research Act will require that visa…

One-Way Ticket to a Socialistic Welfare State

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The agenda outlined by President Biden on Wednesday night is a one-way ticket to a socialistic welfare state with astronomical taxes, and government encroaching on every aspect of our lives.  His vision for our nation involves growing the size of almost every corner of the federal government. (With the exception of our military, to nobody’s surprise.) There’s simply no room to talk…

An "Undisclosed East Room Session"

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REPORT: “President Biden recently held an undisclosed East Room session with historians that included discussion of how big is too big — and how fast is too fast — to jam through once-in-a-lifetime historic changes to America.” This was the leading paragraph of a news article this morning predicting what’s to come. Naturally the question is, what other “historic changes” could they have…

Voting Against Two Amnesty Bills

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I’m heading to Washington this (Tuesday) morning to vote against two amnesty bills in the House of Representatives. These are part of Joe Biden’s immigration agenda, and would create a pathway to citizenship for five MILLION illegal immigrants. Let’s back up a second and remind ourselves that since Biden was elected, illegal border crossings have skyrocketed. Why? Because the President…

What other conclusion could there be?

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At this point, is it safe to assume liberals actually want an immigration crisis along our southern border? What other conclusion could there be? In just the last several weeks, the Biden Administration has stopped construction of the border wall, suspended the removal of most people with active deportation orders, canceled our policy requiring asylum seekers to remain in Mexico while…

Rep. Ralph Norman and Rep. Joe Wilson Applaud Closing of Confucius Institute at the University of South Carolina

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Earlier today, the Board of Trustees at the University of South Carolina announced the closure of the Confucius Institute (CI) on their campus. Recently, Rep. Ralph Norman (SC-5) and Rep. Joe Wilson (SC-2) have called on the University to take this action, and have been supported by Rep. Jeff Duncan (SC-3), Rep. Tom Rice, (SC-7), Rep.…

No Surprises Here

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No surprises here. Let’s run through some of President Biden’s executive orders during his first week in office. These are campaign promises he’s making good on – we knew they’d be coming.   PARIS CLIMATE AGREEMENT: It’s basically a sham. There’s no objective standard – each country gets to define what it wants to do. Countries can lie six ways from Sunday about whether they’re…