Washington, Sep 15, 2009 - If Rep. Joe Wilson is finding parliamentary procedure to be a bit of a nuisance in the wake of his “you lie” attack on President Barack Obama, he has his Republican forbearers to thank.
Washington, Sep 14, 2009 - by House Republican Conference
Washington, Sep 11, 2009 - In late June of this year, the small Central American nation of Honduras faced a constitutional crisis. The president at the time, Manual Zelaya, was scheming, Hugo Chavez style, to remain in office beyond the single four-year term the constitution grants presidents.
Washington, Aug 18, 2009 - Mr Dana Rohrabacher is serving his eleventh term as a Republican member of Congress, representing Southern California’s 46th District. He is a ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Prior to his election to Congress, Mr. Rohrabacher served as Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan and was one of his senior speechwriters.
Washington, Jul 25, 2009 - Dad spent countless nights in front of his computer tracking his son surfing across the world. South Africa or Australia or anywhere with an ocean and everywhere against competition, Brett Simpson had fallen short of a breakthrough victory.
Washington, Jul 16, 2009 - Lawmakers on Thursday called for an investigation into why the Bush administration allowed Chinese agents to interrogate 22 Muslim Uighurs at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay in 2002.
Washington, Jul 13, 2009 - My good friends Dana Rohrabacher and Newt Gingrich are arguing, albeit at long distance, over the guilt and potential fate of some of the prisoners still being held at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Rohrabacher believes the Uighur prisoners still at Guantánamo aren’t terrorists at all, while Newt is convinced they are just too dangerous to be released.
Washington, Jun 16, 2009 - Yesterday’s Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report on a Democratic health care “reform” bill has sent shockwaves through Washington – and middle-class families, small businesses, and all taxpayers are right to take notice. Here’s what CBO has uncovered:
Washington, Jun 10, 2009 - U.S. lawmakers are reacting to the news that the Pacific island nation of Palau has agreed to accept 17 Uighur detainees being held at the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. A House of Representatives committee began public hearings on the Uighur issue at Guantanamo and closely-related human rights issues in China.