Capitol Hill Reports

HHS Marks Another Pro-Life Win May 25, 2018 Thank President Trump for Protecting Life The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced their proposed revisions to the Title X grant program which funds family planning services to low-income individuals. Nearly 4 million people receive these services, and in the past, they have been taken advantage of in clinics where abortion is a priority. Now, the rights of women, children, and families are strengthened under these new revisions. One of the biggest issues that Title ... Read more

Celebration in the Holy Land May 19, 2018 Jerusalem Is The Capital This was an exciting week for the United States’ relationship with Israel. President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel by moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv. A mix of celebration and protests have occurred all week. However, we can rest assured that the U.S. is on the right side of history. The nation of Israel was officially created in 1948, but the U.S. did not weigh in. Several years ... Read more

No Iran Deal May 11, 2018 Iran Out of That Deal Earlier this week, President Trump announced that he will completely pull out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. During his announcement, he criticized the deal calling it a “horrible, one-sided deal that should have never ever been made.” Instead of investing in the people of Iran, they continued to fund terrorist activity through Hezbollah and Hamas using funds established by this pact. It is certainly time to put an end to this sinister ... Read more

The Confirmation Race May 5, 2018 Senate Should Vote on Nominees The Senate has been on a great confirmation streak. Just last week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was confirmed. Republicans have already broken the record for the most circuit court nominees in one year, and next week, they plan to break another. If all goes as planned, the Senate will have confirmed more circuit court nominees in President Trump’s first two years than former Presidents Obama, George W. Bush, ... Read more

Jim Jordan Should Be Speaker of the House April 29, 2018 Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced recently that he will not run for office again. This is great news for Conservatives after he passed through a number of bad bills, including the liberal Omnibus spending bill. As House Members are making plans to run for the Speaker position, only one stands out as a true Conservative. That Member is Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH). As a co-founder of the House Freedom Caucus, he stands on the right ... Read more

Judicial Update April 13, 2018 Senate Slow Walks Trump’s Nominees This week marks the one-year anniversary of the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Many thought that President Trump’s promise to nominate Conservative judges was one of the most important factors in his campaign. He came through on his promise, and we expect to reap the benefits of Justice Gorsuch’s good rulings for years to come.The President did not stop with Justice Gorsuch though. As of today, the Senate has ... Read more

Transitioning Out Transgender March 30, 2018    A Strong National Defense Means Military Readiness Under the Obama Administration, people who identify as transgender were able to enter the military which severely damaged the safety of their fellow soldiers as well as the nation. While they were receiving sex reassignment surgeries on the taxpayer’s dime, they were unable to be deployed. After recovery, necessary hormone therapy medicines needed to be with them at all times, some requiring refrigeration. People with diabetes were ... Read more

Omnibus Let Down March 26, 2018 On Thursday, Congress passed a $1.3 trillion Omnibus spending bill just 36 hours after it was introduced.  No Member was able to read the over 2,200-page document in its entirety before the vote.  Yet, 256 House Members and 65 Senators voted in favor of it so that they could go home for their two-week recess. There are a litany of bad spending measures in this bill that Congress never allowed you to have ... Read more

The President’s School Safety Proposal March 17, 2018 Securing Schools After several listening sessions and guidance from various organizations, President Trump released his proposal to secure our schools. Thankfully, it keeps our Constitutional rights intact. Here are the points he hits: He wants to make sure that schools are secure, just like any other government building. This means firearm training for teachers who choose to carry a gun. He also supports the integration of retired military veterans and retired law enforcement into these schools to ... Read more

Arming Yourself with the Truth March 9, 2018 Since the tragic school shooting in Florida last month, gun control has been at the forefront of legislative discussions. Democrats are claiming that they are taking the “moral high ground” by wanting restrictive gun laws to keep our children safe. As they pull at the heartstrings of parents and students, they are leaving out a huge component: the truth. Restricting gun laws devalues our freedoms. It is the government’s responsibility to presume that you are innocent ... Read more

Capitol Hill Report: Budget Subtraction March 4, 2018 Budget Subtraction Congress will pass a budget soon and one of the areas of focus is education. We have seen such a large government takeover of education over the last several years, but with President Trump in power, we have a chance to scale some of that back. There are a few areas, however, that we need to keep a close eye on. Data mining has crept its way into many pieces of legislation. This ... Read more

Capitol Hill Report: President Trump’s HHS February 24, 2018 President Trump’s HHS One of the biggest accomplishments of President Trump’s first year in office was staffing the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) with individuals who respect the Constitution. We have seen the evidence of this in many ways, especially with the announcement this year of the Conscience and Religious Freedom Division under the Office of Civil Rights (OCR). Ironically, those who have been hired in these offices have already faced intense criticism for ... Read more