Gallego: Illegal immigrants should be able to "choose what military branch to go into."
Congressman Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA-03) took to the House floor to express his frustration towards the lack of cooperation by the State Department and the House Select Committee investigating the Benghazi attack. From a presser issued by his office: WASHINGTON, D.C. Show More Summary
During a heated House Judiciary Committee hearing, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) responded sharply to a black conservative sheriff who blamed the African American “underclass subculture” for police violence.
This is mega-pastor John Hagee, the leading purveyor of a theory that the 'blood moon' is a harbinger of apocalypse. In 2015, there is a United States congressman who believes that the so-called blood moon prophecy determines the fate of the Middle East and, because of some more prophecy, the fate of the world, of all of us. Show More Summary
Why we should all be ashamed of Alan Grayson, the Sunshine State’s most loathsome congressman.
US House Foreign Affairs Committee ranking member Eliot Engel claims that new legislation to enhance US international broadcasting is not aimed at countering Russian media.
The office of US Congressman Michael McCaul announces a “Music for Peace” amendment to a bill reforming US government international broadcasting, saying that music can help overcome terrorism and other forms of political, ethnic and racial violence.
Just yesterday, Democratic Congressman Alcee Hastings made a claim that Congress needs a pay raise. Hastings made a personal said that the average income of a congressman at $174,000 will lead them to a life of “sackcloth and ashes.”...Show More Summary
John Scott Harrison, onetime Ohio congressman and gentleman farmer, is the only person who was both the son and father of U.S. Presidents: father William Henry was the ninth, while son Benjamin was the 23rd. He also bears the more ignominious...Show More Summary
As our own Joash Thomas reported earlier, Republican Congressman Barry Loudermilk (GA-11) recently joined his colleagues on a 10-day trip through Europe and the Middle East, including a stop in Israel. While there, the Congressman was...Show More Summary
Congressman laughs over sheriff's weed comments, man brings two kids to drug deal, and millenials ditching beer for wine.
Freshman Rep. Barry Loudermilk told a conservative radio show that during a recent congressional trip to Israel "we never felt threatened one bit."
Kansas Congressman Mike Pompeo, a member of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, was my guest today. After we discussed the recent rampages of the Islamic State, our talk turned to the pendinging questioning of Hillary friend/aide/confidant...Show More Summary
Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert: “Everybody else wants to ask that question of, ‘Gee, would you have gone into Iraq if you’d known what you know now?’” Gohmert complained to Virginia talk radio host John Fredericks. “If President...Show More Summary
Republican Congressman Peter King scolded Rand Paul this afternoon for "spreading fear" in his filibuster about NSA surveillance.
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) was caught of guard on Tuesday when he asked a simple question, but got an answer he clearly wasn’t expecting. During a House Judiciary hearing, the Congressman asked Milwaukee sheriff and regular on Fox News, David...Show More Summary
During a House Judiciary hearing Representative Steve Cohen (D-TN) asked conservative Milwaukee sheriff and frequent Fox News guest David Clarke if he thought marijuana possession should excluded from the discussion of violent drug offenses that included meth, crack, and heroin. When Clarke said no, Cohen burst out laughing.
A California congressman who authored his state's first in the nation ban on gay conversion therapy for minors has taken is fight to the federal level.
The bills come from him fighting corruption charges over the years, but this didn’t come to light when he supported a push to raise congressional salaries from their current $174,000 level. His excuse? The cost of living in D.C. is too high even on that salary.
A Wisconsin sheriff stunned a congressman on Tuesday by refusing to say that marijuana was less destructive to society than methamphetamine or cocaine. During a House Judiciary hearing on police reform, Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) briefly questioned Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke about his views...