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A MEETING TO REMEMBER

By on September 8, 2021
A MEETING TO REMEMBER

by LOU ZICKAR

On September 11, 2001, 10 members of the U.S. House of Representatives joined Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld for breakfast at the Pentagon. This is their story.

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We Need to Be Unified Against All Threats, Both Foreign and Domestic

By on September 8, 2021
We Need to Be Unified Against All Threats, Both Foreign and Domestic

by MICHAEL CHERTOFF

America came together in the weeks and months following 9/11, and we need to do the same in the face of continuing threats overseas and increasing threats here at home.

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Ripon Profile of Michelle Steel

By on May 20, 2021
Ripon Profile of Michelle Steel

The first-term Congresswoman from California’s 48th District discusses her goals in office and what the American Dream means to her.

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The New Guard: Maria Elvira Salazar (FL-27)

By on December 9, 2020
The New Guard: Maria Elvira Salazar (FL-27)

“I vow that I will represent the spirit that lives in this district – the ultimate melting pot.”

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The New Guard: Michelle Steel (CA-48)

By on December 9, 2020
The New Guard: Michelle Steel (CA-48)

“This vote showed that minorities who may look or speak differently than most not only have a place in this Republican Party but can be elected to the United States Congress.”

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“On November 11, Let’s Thank Our Women Veterans.”

By on November 8, 2020
“On November 11, Let’s Thank Our Women Veterans.”

by PAMELA POWERS

Courage is courage, excellence is excellence, and sacrifice is sacrifice, regardless of gender.

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“Protecting and Serving the Families of our Nation.”

By on November 8, 2020
“Protecting and Serving the Families of our Nation.”

by RICK SCOTT

It is my hope that we never forget that the primary goal of government is to provide for the common defense.

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The Fight Against COVID-19 and the Lessons of 1918

By on September 23, 2020
The Fight Against COVID-19 and the Lessons of 1918

A Conversation with John Barry about his 2005 book regarding the Great Influenza pandemic 102 years ago and the lessons that can be learned today.

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Better Connecting Rural America

By on September 23, 2020
Better Connecting Rural America

by SHELLEY MOORE CAPITO

If we can communicate with humans on the moon, surely we can find a way to deliver reliable broadband here on Planet Earth.

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To Young Republicans, Climate Change is Fact, Not Fiction

By on August 3, 2020
To Young Republicans, Climate Change is Fact, Not Fiction

by DANIELLE BUTCHER

Polling has revealed that addressing human- caused climate change is not a fringe concern among young members of the GOP, but one that many feel quite strongly about.

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