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Jul 10, 2008 News
Washington, Jul 10, 2008 - Congressman Rohrabacher has issued the following statement on today’s FISA bill signing by President Bush: "At long last, the United States will no longer be without the capability to gather critical intelligence against foreign enemies committed to killing innocent Americans. After months of putting the American people at risk by politicizing our national security,... Read More
Jul 4, 2008
  Huntington Beach, CA, Jul 4, 2008 -   The 4th of July is so much more than BBQs and fireworks. It's a celebration of this great country of ours. Americans aren't united by one race, religion or culture. We are united by the right of liberty that inspired our independence in the first place.  To the degree that we are celebrating this birthday of freedom, American's independence, our rights to... Read More
Jul 4, 2008
Washington, Jul 4, 2008 - The White House said Thursday that President Bush would attend the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics next month, a decision fraught with international political symbolism that quickly drew criticism from advocates for human rights. The advocates have been pressing world leaders to boycott the Olympics or at least skip the opening ceremonies to protest China’s... Read More
Jun 30, 2008
Huntington Beach, Jun 30, 2008 - The week marks the 100 year anniversary of the Tunguska Event. On January 30, 1908, an asteroid or comet roughly the length of half a football field exploded over a remote region in Siberia.  The explosion flattened over 80 million trees and decimated over 2,000 square kilometers. Fortunately this was a remote region.  Imagine the same event occurring over Los... Read More
Jun 26, 2008 News
Washington, Jun 26, 2008 - Congressman Rohrabacher has issued the following statement on the President’s decision to remove the N. Korean regime from the list of state sponsors of terrorism:
Jun 26, 2008
Washington, Jun 26, 2008 - "I'm glad to see the Supreme Court ruled on the side of honest, law-abiding citizens and their right to defend themselves instead of on the side of the criminals who would prefer to keep those citizens unarmed." Here's a PDF document of the Supreme Court's opinion. In Freedom, Dana
Jun 25, 2008
Washington, Jun 25, 2008 - Hello!  Welcome to my new blog, and my new website. There’s a lot going on in Washington and back home in California and this is a great way for you to keep up to date with me. You’ll have access to videos, photos, my floor speeches and resources available to my constituents.  There are many issues that affect the people of California – war and terrorism, illegal... Read More
Jun 25, 2008
Washington, Jun 25, 2008 - The U.S. Supreme Court again recently rejected President Bush’s policy of holding prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and suspending their rights to habeas corpus — the right to seek their freedom before a judge. Bush has indicated, as he has after similar High Court rulings, to seek some relief from the ruling through legislation. What sort of legislation would you... Read More
Jun 24, 2008
Washington, Jun 24, 2008 - Scott McClellan may not be done testifying before Congress, according to House Democrats with oversight authority. At least one Democratic subcommittee chairman is already preparing to have the former White House press secretary return to the Hill for more testimony about what he saw during his tenure in the Bush White House. Rep. Bill Delahunt (Mass.), a senior... Read More
Jun 23, 2008
Washington, Jun 23, 2008 - A federal appeals court for the first time has rejected the military's designation of a Guantanamo detainee as an enemy combatant. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit overturned as "invalid" a military tribunal's conclusion that prisoner Huzaifa Parhat is an enemy combatant. The court directed the Pentagon either to... Read More