Stories by Press Release
From Judicial Watch:
First “OpsAlert@State.gov” email at 4:07 …
From Conservative Review:
Washington, D.C.–The cave has begun. Last night, Mitch McConnell (60% D) and Republican leadership started the process that would solidify Obama’s 2012 DACA executive amnesty and clear the way to fully fund Obama’s 2014 expanded executive amnesty. What Senate Leadership won’t tell you is that the upcoming vote to stop the 2014 expanded executive amnesty is designed to fail and is the fulfillment of their December 2014 “bait-and-switch” on conservatives.
The McConnell plan is designed to allow Senate Republicans to go back to their constituents saying they …
From the Republican Party of Arizona:
No One Wants to Top This List, but Two AZ Dems Do!
Governor Doug Ducey will be our keynote speaker at the AZGOP’s Annual Legislative Salute on April 10 at 6 pm. More details to follow, but mark your calendar now to attend this spring’s biggest AZGOP event. It promises to be well worth attending and a great chance to meet the Governor and your Republican legislators for dinner. Contact
President Obama wants the federal government to take over another major sector of our economy … the Internet!
His Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed a new, 332-page plan to reclassify the Internet as a public utility under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934, giving government bureaucrats broad powers to control it.
If this so-called “Net Neutrality” plan is implemented, it will result in higher Internet access fees for millions of Americans and will destroy the freedom and flexibility that have …
WASHINGTON- The National Republican Congressional Committee today announced its top Democrat targets for the 2016 election cycle. Despite yet another disastrous election in 2014, Nancy Pelosi continues to pull her smaller, weaker caucus to the left and the NRCC is committed to making sure that these Democrats are held responsible for their out-of-touch policies.
Of course, not all must be doom and gloom for these vulnerable Democrats. While the rest of the world tunes in for a more prestigious award show …
Rep. Gosar Applauds Federal Judge’s Decision to Block Obama’s Executive Amnesty
“While this decision temporarily blocks Obama’s unconstitutional action, we have a long way to go, and must not relent in our pursuit of upholding the law”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after Federal Judge Andrew Hanen stopped President Obama’s executive immigration order late Monday night, denying millions of illegal immigrant’s access to work permits:
“I applaud Judge Hanen’s decision to put a …
From the NRCC:
Today, Roll Call reported that Kirkpatrick has been named to the DCCC’s Frontline program “for the party’s most vulnerable incumbents.” With one look at Kirkpatrick’s out-of-touch voting record, it’s easy to see why Democrats are worried.
From the Senate Conservatives Fund:
In his first few weeks as a U.S. Senator, Ben Sasse is showing people why conservatives in Nebraska and across the country worked so hard to elect him.
Senator Sasse (pronounced “Sass”) has cosponsored legislation to put term limits on Members of Congress and has been speaking out against Washington’s failure to secure our nation’s borders.
Sasse traveled to Texas last week as a member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee to see conditions for himself.
In an interview with …
Rep. Salmon Statement on the President’s Request for a Limited Authorization for Use of Military Force
Washington, D.C. — Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05) today released the following statement in response to the Obama Administration’s proposal for a limited AUMF (Authorization for Use of Military Force) to combat ISIS (the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria).
“Since we first saw the reports of Iraqi cities falling to ISIS, I have maintained that we need to treat this enemy as we treat any fierce opponent. First, …
From the Republican Governors Association:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – 24 Republican governors sent a letter to President Obama today requesting that he reconsider his decision to veto the Keystone XL pipeline.
Governors Doug Ducey of Arizona, Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, Nathan Deal of Georgia, Butch Otter of Idaho, Mike Pence of Indiana, Terry Branstad of Iowa, Sam Brownback of Kansas, Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Paul LePage of Maine, Phil Bryant of Mississippi, Pete Ricketts of Nebraska, Brian Sandoval of Nevada, Chris Christie of …