“On Capitol Hill where very few people were ‘farm kids’ and even fewer actually pursued farming or ranching as a career, the personal impact of agriculture can get lost. But as I like to remind people, while not everyone farms, we all eat.” – Congresswoman Kristi Noem in her op-ed about how public policy and regulations impact our nation's farmers.
"No matter your background, it all leads back to education. With enough knowledge, anything is possible."
In The News
By Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers, National Review
By Congresswoman Virginia Foxx, The Hill
For far too long, there has been a discrepancy in what students are learning in the classroom and what employers say they need in the workplace. The passage of the bipartisan Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act in 2014 was an important step for the millions of Americans who are looking for work and for the employers who have job opportunities that remain vacant due to the skills gap.
By Rep. Martha McSally, Sierra Vista Herald
Fifteen years ago, nearly 3,000 Americans, most of them ordinary people going about their daily lives, were killed in the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil. In the time that’s passed, we as a country have changed drastically, as have the threats we face. But the need to remain vigilant and true to the values that unite us is as strong as ever.
By Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, Townhall.com
On September 11, 2001, I watched from the other side of the world as our nation came under attack. My husband and I were living in Romania at the time, working as missionaries to provide food and medical supplies to impoverished children there.
By Congresswoman Candice Miller, The Detroit News
Fifteen years have now passed since September 11, 2001, when our nation suffered the most devastating attack in its history. The mindless destruction, the senseless slaughter of that day will never fade from the memories of those of us who witnessed it.
Honoring those who do so much for our homeless, Representative French Hill and Missouri Congress Woman, Ann Wagner stopped by to visit Our House.
Rep. Lynn Jenkins is using her break from Washington to find out what’s important to Kansans.
Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah) is joining the fight to get a Utah man released from a Venezuela jail.
President Obama's decision to expand a national monument off the coast of Hawaii will cause "great harm" to local industry and fisheries and is an abuse of power, said the Republican head of the Ho