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The Corporate War On Ingenuity by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher

Apr 23, 2014 Issues: Economy, Patent Reform, Space and Science

Unbeknownst to most Americans, over the past quarter-century a stealth, but also brazen, campaign has been staged to weaken constitutional protections of their fundamental right to invent and enjoy the fruits of their applied imagination. The...

The Recording Industry And Art Of Buying Political Favors

Mar 14, 2014 Issues: Economy

We live in the gilded age of crony capitalism. From "green energy" companies that can't make a profit without government subsidies and loan guarantees to bailouts of multi-billion-dollar companies. With ever greater frequency, corporate executives...

Pending Patent Legislation Stifles The Next Steve Jobs

Jan 31, 2014

Steve Jobs started Apple in his garage in Silicon Valley. Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in an apartment garage outside Seattle. Stanford students Sergey Brin and Larry Page got Google off the ground in a garage they rented south of San Francisco. But a...

The US Needs to Remember Those Who Help Us

Sep 23, 2013 Issues: Foreign Affairs

Over the past ten years the United States Government, our military, and our intelligence services have relied on local natives to be interpreters, guides, and sources of information as we have engaged the enemies of freedom around the world. Untold...

As predicted by Rep. Rohrabacher, Space Launch System review shows program behind on budget and completion.

Sep 9, 2013 Issues: Space and Science

Last week’s Space News editorial discusses the Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM), which they correctly note is “Going Nowhere Fast.” They state that the ARM is “… the only plausibly affordable concept for deep-space exploration that can leverage the...

Rohrabacher Challenges Speaker on Immigration -World Net Daily radio interview

Jun 18, 2013

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., is ripping Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and other Republicans for facilitating the Democratic approach to immigration reform and deceiving the American people about what’s in the legislation. Rubio stated...

"Why Is White House Stonewalling On Benghazi?" -Rep. Rohrabacher

Apr 16, 2013

More than six months since Ambassador Christopher Stevens was assassinated by terrorists in Benghazi, the Obama administration is still trying to keep a lid on information about the attack. Congress and the American people need to know what happened...

"Agency Must Regain Edge to Explore Celestial Frontier" -Rep. Rohrabacher, Orlando Sentinel

Feb 4, 2013 Issues: Space and Science

NASA's most important mission is exploring the solar system. Near-term human exploration missions are possible, and they should start soon. Yet our current plan seems to be waiting a decade or more developing the perfect launch vehicle while we...

Under Cover by Dana Rohrabacher, as published in Foreign Policy Magazine

Jan 9, 2013

In early January, Chris Buckley, a Beijing correspondent newly hired by the New York Times, was forced to leave China along with his family after his visa was not renewed. Philip P. Pan has also been waiting for more than 8 months for a visa to work...

Rohrabacher Offers Condolences Over Tragic Death of U.S. Coast Guardsman Killed By Mexican Panga Crew

Jan 8, 2013

Upon learning of the tragic death of United States Coast Guard, Chief Petty Officer Terrell Horne III, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (CA-46) released the following letter of condolence to Admiral Robert J. Papp, Commandant of the USCG: “Please accept this...

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