“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.
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By Rep. Martha Roby, Andalusia Star News
It’s no secret that many Americans believe our country has lost its way. A recent Bloomberg poll showed that as many as 68 percent feel the United States is heading in the wrong direction. That is a very high number, suggesting the dissatisfaction with our nation’s trajectory defies partisan, demographic or geographic lines.
By Rep. Diane Black, Independent Journal Review
Six and a half years after becoming law, Obamacare may not be the headline-grabber that it once was. As Politico reported, “Even people who say they are still committed to [Obamacare] repeal just aren't talking about it as much.”
By Rep. Martha Roby, Alabama Today
It’s no secret that many Americans believe our country has lost its way.
By Rep. Elise Stefanik, Sun Community News
Two years ago, when I ran for Congress, I promised to bring new ideas and a new generation of leadership to Washington on behalf of the North Country.
I promised you that my top priority would be to fight for jobs and economic opportunity for North Country families.
By Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Jeb Bush, National Review
One year ago this month, Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Havana to celebrate the reopening of the U.S. embassy, 54 years after President Dwight Eisenhower severed diplomatic relations with Cuba’s Communist regime.
The Wild West is getting a lot less wild, that's according to one report that found human activity is responsible for the disappearance of a football field's worth of natural land every two and a h
The nation is in a watershed moment that will decide the future of health care in the U.S.
In an election year like this one, it's hard to avoid hearing or talking about political campaigns.
U.S. Representative (R), South Dakota's At-Large District, 2011–present
A Republican congresswoman from North Carolina believes the public is often given the wrong impression about Washington, telling "The Church Boys" podcast that politicians actually get along "much