Last week the House unfortunately passed the reckless budget reconciliation bill, also known as the Build Back Better Act. I voted against this legislation because I am deeply concerned about the bill’s price tag, especially considering the crippling inflation crisis our country is currently facing, as well as the national debt of nearly $30 trillion.
Thanksgiving is a unifying holiday for our country and serves as a time for reflection on what matters most to us. It gives us a moment to pause, reconnect with loved ones, and celebrate our nation’s traditions. President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a holiday in 1863 as step toward reuniting our country after the hardships of the Civil War.
Thursday, Nov. 11, we honor the men and women who have bravely and selflessly served our homeland. It is days like these that we put differences, politics, and disagreements aside, and come together as a country to recognize why we are fortunate enough to live in the land of the free.
This weekend, millions of Americans are dreading turning their clocks back an hour knowing darkness will approach earlier throughout the cold winter months.
I was honored to be appointed earlier this year to serve on the Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth, where my colleagues and I will dive deep into issues related to economic fairness, access to education, and workforce development.
The Biden administration is searching for ways to pay for their partisan $3.5 trillion social policy bill, and one of the Democrats’ proposed solutions is to spy on taxpayers’ bank accounts.
As a fiscal conservative, I support low taxes, minimal government debt, and reduced government spending, which is why I am against the Democrats’ $1.2 trillion infrastructure package. This week, House Democrats are attempting to bulldoze through the largest spending and tax increase legislation in our country’s history.