Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) released the following statement after introducing the Investigate the Investigators Act of 2019, H.R. 3028.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) and Senators Richard Shelby (R-AL) and Tom Cotton (R-AR) issued the following statements after introducing the No Leniency for Terrorists Act to amend federal law to prevent inmates convicted of crimes related to terrorism from being released early for good behavior.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) issued the following statement following the announcement of the discovery of the wreckage of the Clotilda, the last ship to deliver enslaved Africans to the United States, in the Mobile River channel near Africatown.
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) today spoke on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in opposition to H.R. 5 – The Equality Act and raised concerns that this legislation infringes on the Freedom of Religion. His remarks as prepared are below.
Congressman Byrne led 120 of his House colleagues in filing a brief before the Supreme Court in support of the right to bear arms. N.Y. State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. City of New York will determine if New York’s ban on transporting a handgun to a home or shooting range outside city limits is constitutional.
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War-time letters throughout our nation’s history can offer us a window into the personal sacrifices of our fighting men and women. Perhaps one of the most famous was by Major Sullivan Ballou of the Second Rhode Island Infantry, written just before the First Battle of Manassas in the Civil War.
Last week I had the great experience to join my colleagues in a little friendly competition at the Congressional Clays Competition hosted by the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus. It was great to express our Second Amendment rights with some healthy rivalry, but it reminded me of those in this country who cannot express this right freely.
Since Democrats took control of the House of Representatives, they have turned a blind eye to infanticide, promoted overregulation of American businesses, and sought socialist measures in the United States, oftentimes at the expense of the taxpayer.
They have also made it clear that they stand for open borders by ignoring the ongoing crisis at the southern border.
Last week, I was honored to address a group of newly naturalized citizens of the United States. It was an experience that gave me the opportunity to reflect on a question as old as our nation itself: “What does it mean to be an American?”
A handful of stories in Washington generally get about 90 percent of the media’s attention. Don’t get me wrong, many of those stories are important, but much of my time in Washington is also focused on getting things done for Alabama that don’t make the front page.