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… Read more »
On Thursday, Rep. Ralph Norman (SC-5) voted again H.R. 3684, titled the “INVEST in America Act.” Two of the primary reasons for his opposition are:
H.R. 3684 includes over 1,400 earmarks totaling more than $5.6 billion in spending. As Rep. Norman has stated repeatedly, he believes earmarks are not appropriate unless/until leadership decides to return the House’s… Read more »
Rep. Ralph Norman (SC-5) issued the following statement on Tuesday in response to the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, which led to the current gas shortages throughout the southeast:
"The latest information we have as of this (Tuesday) morning is that Colonial Pipeline expects to have service to its primary lines restored by this weekend. However, it’s important to remember that’s… Read more »
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… Read more »
What makes the recent “infrastructure” proposal from President Biden so frustrating is that his proposal has very little to do with actual infrastructure. We dug into a few examples in my post back on March 31st, but I want you to recognize what’s happening with the language being used.
So we’re all on the same page, infrastructure refers to (A) physical objects that are (B) necessary… Read more »
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… Read more »
Let’s say a government-controlled company started selling televisions at crazy low prices all over the world. Like a huge 4K flat screen for under $50 – many hundreds of dollars less than every other TV on the market. Let’s say the televisions work well and had great reviews, and because that government is subsidizing the cost, no other company could come close to those low… Read more »
Below is a full replay of my telephone town hall, which took place on Thursday, July 30th. During this call, I covered a wide variety of issues including our COVID-19 response, our economy and jobs, our federal spending and national debt, along with several other important topics.
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Two totally different worlds – two completely different mindsets – were on full display last night. It was unlike any other State of the Union address I’ve seen, either in person or on TV.
There were a couple of themes to the President’s address. First, he took a well-deserved victory lap on numerous fronts: from the economy & trade to our military & war on terror. We must always… Read more »
Over the summer, I hosted eight (8) town halls in-person around the district. We covered Lancaster, York, Cherokee, Sumter, Newberry, and Union Counties. It was great to see so many people come out for those events, and I look forward to doing many more in the future.
Even though my in-person events are very well-attended, the truth is that telephone town halls allow me to… Read more »