Tag Archives: Justin Amash

Rep. Amash on the border security crisis

  ‘The question is,’ said Humpty Dumpty, ‘which is to be master — that’s all.’ –Lewis Carroll Rep. Amash (R-MI) on the border security crisis “I think both sides are making a mountain out of a molehill,” Amash said in … Continue reading

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Regular Order in House

We hear much about regular order; regular order is supposed to guarantee fair proceedings in the House. The article by Don Wolfensberger cited below defines regular order as: The regular order can be defined as those rules, precedents and customs … Continue reading

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Diverse Views

Congress should move ahead now with the USA Freedom Act—a good step forward in ongoing efforts to protect our security & civil liberties.–Hillary Clinton From day one following the revelation of the NSA’s bulk collection program, I have said that … Continue reading

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Running against Washington

Join with us to defeat the Washington machine & unleash the American dream.–Sen. Rand Paul Most Americans’ foreign policy judgments are sound and realistic; it’s Washington that tends toward extremism in one direction or another.–Rep. Justin Amash 5-19-15 We stand … Continue reading

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Rep. Justin Amash on what ails us

Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI), a libertarian, responds to President Obama’s State of the Union address: The essential error of the Obama presidency is an unfounded belief that greater government power—in our pocketbooks, in our private lives—will make America more prosperous … Continue reading

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GOP divided on Cuba

“It is a lifeline for the Castro regime that will allow them to become more profitable … and allow them to become a more permanent fixture. The embargo is leverage, these sanctions are leverage.”–Sen. Marco Rubio “The 50-year embargo with … Continue reading

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