Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) gave the US Supreme Court an ‘A’ grade in effectiveness and the Biden administration an ‘F’ for far-left. While speaking at a rotary club in Florence, Kentucky on Monday, McConnell praised recent decisions in the Supreme Court that bolstered the Second Amendment and stripped federal protections created by Roe v. Wade.
An incumbent Republican in Oklahoma is fighting for another term in Congress. Rep. Frank Lucas is asking the voters of Oklahoma for another term in Washington D.C. to advocate for taxpayers.
Rep. James Comer told One America News that he sees no reason for the House Oversight panel to be initiating an investigation into the management of the Washington Commanders football team. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.
Mayra Flores, the first Mexican-born congresswoman, won the special election to turn a Texas House seat Republican. One America’s Stella Escobedo caught up with Florida congressional candidate Anna Paulina Luna to discuss what appears to be Latinos shifting to the Republican Party.
Conservative lawmakers on Capitol Hill told One America News that after two hearings sponsored by the January 6 panel, they have seen nothing new. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.
One America’s Stephanie Myers speaks with GOP Representative Jason Smith following Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s testimony before the House Ways & Means Committee and gets his take on gun control legislation.
House GOP lawmakers believe Democrats are using the January 6th hearing to go after political opponents and divert attention from high gas prices, the border crisis and rising crime. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.
Multiple states across the country are deciding their nominees for statewide and congressional races. Tuesday June 7, is the primary elections for California, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota.
The House of Representatives moved forward a $40 billion Ukraine military aid package. The lower chamber passed the legislation in a 368-to-57 vote on Tuesday, just hours after the bill’s official text was released. All 57 opponents of the spending spree were Republicans.