Washington, Apr 20, 2004 - For Immediate Release
The Washington Times
February 12, 2004
By Greg Pierce
Powell fires back
Members of the president's Cabinet — even those who are admired by Democrats — have begun to intensify their defense of President Bush's National Guard service during the Vietnam War.
Washington, Feb 6, 2004 -
from National Review Online February 06, 2004 Passing up the perfect photo-op. By Peter Robinson
Washington, Feb 2, 2004 - Congressman Rohrabacher's office has had many calls regarding a story covered by Rush Limbaugh. This is the artcle mentioned on The Rush Limbaugh show.
Washington, Jan 21, 2004 - House of Representatives - January 21, 2004
The SPEAKER pro tempore (Mr. Bishop of Utah): Under the Speaker's announced policy of January 7, 2003, the gentleman from California (Mr. Rohrabacher) is recognized for 60 minutes.
Washington, Jan 14, 2004 -
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January 14, 2004
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WASHINGTON, D.C.-Representative Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) believes NASA is on the right track.
Washington, Jan 8, 2004 - “The unintended consequence of this proposal is an amnesty for illegal aliens; at the end of the day, under the administration’s proposal, an illegal immigrant is still rewarded with U.S. citizenship. Aside from rewarding lawbreakers, this proposal would also have the following dangerous effects:
Washington, Nov 24, 2003 - Rohrabacher cuts deal on Medicare
O.C. congressman had opposed subsidy to hospitals to treat illegal immigrants.
By DENA BUNIS
The Orange County Register
Washington, Nov 20, 2003 - I would like to thank Chairman Duncan for convening this hearing and inviting me to testify. I can say right off that the chairman is a man of his word. When I first raised the issue of container fees several weeks ago on the House floor, Chairman Duncan promised he'd bring up this issue in his committee. So here we are!!
Los Angeles, Oct 22, 2003 - Keep on Trucking at the Ports
The Los Angeles Times
October 22, 2003
The port complex of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the economic colossus of Southern California's economy, is about to change its ways.