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Weekly Columns

December 6, 2021 Weekly Columns
For nearly a year, Democrats have been so fixated on advancing their radical, multi-trillion-dollar policy priorities that they have failed to make any bipartisan progress on the basic task Congress has to provide full-year funding for the government.
November 29, 2021 Weekly Columns
Over the weekend on Small Business Saturday, Americans showed up as they do every year in support local businesses.
November 22, 2021 Weekly Columns
As we gather around our Thanksgiving tables, I hope you will join me in reflecting on the incredible blessings we have – simply because we are Americans.
November 15, 2021 Weekly Columns
Over the past several months, Americans have felt the dramatic rise of prices on everything, from the cost of groceries, filling up at the gas pump and heating their homes as well as trouble finding items on store shelves.
November 8, 2021 Weekly Columns
On Veterans Day, we show our unwavering support and appreciation for those who have served in America’s military.
November 1, 2021 Weekly Columns

For the last several weeks, Democrats in Congress have tried and continuously failed to settle disputes within their own caucus on a multi-trillion-dollar spending bill, reflective of President Joe Biden’s socialist “Build Back Better” plan.

October 25, 2021 Weekly Columns
In an attempt to pay for their irresponsible socialist spending package, Democrats have put forward a radical proposal that would authorize the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to spy on the bank accounts of every American.
October 18, 2021 Weekly Columns
When President Biden assumed office, he promised to secure our southern border and reform our nation’s immigration system for the better. Unfortunately, he has instead reversed several immigration policies that keep our country and migrants safe and provide fair processes to migrants who enter our country legally and lawfully.
October 8, 2021 Weekly Columns
America hit a troubling milestone this month with prices at the pump reflecting the most expensive in seven years while oil shortages around the world worsen.
October 4, 2021 Weekly Columns
A topic that has come up during both of the last couple weeks in Congress is the issue of adjusting the debt limit, which requires legislation signed by the president to either raise or suspend it. Although Democrats control both chambers of Congress and the White House and they have refused to work with Republicans on much of anything this year, they are claiming that Republicans will be the ones to blame if the United States defaults on its debt.