I want to reiterate that there is no more serious matter that comes before a Congress than the authorization for the use of military force. I am keenly aware that the American public is war weary after fighting in the Middle East for over a decade, but we must respond with military might, not with half-hearted attempts at pacifying terrorist organizations.
Congressman Harper Comments on the Passing of Congressman Alan Nunnelee
In keeping with our pledge to Grow America’s Economy Instead of Washington’s Economy, I want to take a moment to draw your attention to what the House of Representatives has accomplished in just the month of January.
Instead of requiring every health plan to carry burdensome directives that make insurance unaffordable, the Health Care Choice Act frees insurance companies to compete for your business across state lines: online, by mail, over the phone, or in consultation with an insurance agent in your hometown.