With all the allegations being made against President Trump, it’s important to examine some background and facts.
Speaker Pelosi, Adam Schiff, and their Democratic colleagues have spent countless hours and taxpayer dollars to find evidence that President Trump was involved in corruption. At the same time, Democrats refuse to even consider the fundamental issue at hand – was President Trump right to question the activities of Hunter Biden in Ukraine?
An abusive, unlawful practice of the English courts from the 15th to 17th centuries was so rampant and unfair that protections against it were written into our U.S. Constitution.
This hated and feared practice took place in the Star Chamber.
For weeks, Democrats have been holding secretive impeachment proceedings behind closed doors, out of sight of the American people.
Chairman Adam Schiff of the House Select Committee on Intelligence has been interviewing witnesses in a restricted area deep beneath the Capitol in a small room called a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility, known as a SCIF.
Recent developments in Syria highlight the need for the United States to revisit its broader Middle Eastern policy.
Early last week, I joined a small meeting of House Republicans for an update on Syria from Secretary of Defense Mark Esper where he discussed a phone call from President Erdogan of Turkey to President Trump.
While Democrats recklessly intensify their partisan scheme to impeach President Trump, the Biden scandal has escalated to a level Congress can no longer responsibly ignore.
In the summer of 1973, as a student intern in Washington far from my home in Mobile, I got a firsthand view as the Senate held its Watergate hearings. For a young person, it was an amazing introduction to politics, and I was fascinated by what I saw.
With her announcement that the House will finally move toward impeachment, Nancy Pelosi has set in motion what the Democrats have wanted to do since Election Night of 2016.
They will seek to remove President Trump at all costs.
The first year of Democratic control of the House of Representatives is almost up, and we have nothing to show for it.
Our rural communities truly are the backbone of our nation. They clothe us and feed us, and they manufacture many of the goods we use every day.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, nearly 60 million Americans live in rural communities.