Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) today introduced legislation designed to eliminate unnecessary federal agencies and make the federal government more efficient.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL), fresh off a Congressional Delegation to Panama for the Summit of the Americas, issued the following statement in response to President Barack Obama’s decision to remove Cuba from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism.
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When I took over as chancellor of Alabama’s two year college system in 2007, I set out to fundamentally change the way our community college system operated. It didn’t take long before I started running into resistance. Time and time again, I heard the phrase “well that’s just the way it has always been done.”
Once every three years, virtually all nations in the Western Hemisphere gather for a “summit” to discuss common issues. Known as the Summit of the Americas, the summit first started in 1994 as many nations became more democratic, open, and committed to market economies.
Last week, many schools in Alabama were on Spring Break and people flocked to the Gulf Coast. Spring Break always serves as a preview of the crowds we will see once we get into the summer months.
Every month American families and small business owners sit down and balance their budgets. They make sure they aren’t spending more than they bring in. The same is true for state and local governments. When I was in the Alabama State Senate, each year we were required by law to pass a balanced budget.
For many Christians, this week marks Holy Week, as we prepare for Easter Sunday. We remember the death and crucifixion of Jesus and celebrate his resurrection.