Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, introduced the Trickett Wendler Right to Try Act in May 2016. The bill ensures that terminally ill patients, their doctors, and pharmaceutical manufacturers are allowed to try investigational treatments when no alternatives exist.
“As a physician, I believe that treatment is decided best between a doctor and a patient and not through a slow-moving bureaucracy in Washington, D.C., especially when every moment matters in facing a terminal illness,” said Dr. Paul. “As we work on streamlining the FDA’s approval process, I urge my colleagues to pass Senator Johnson’s common-sense bill that respects states’ actions on expanding treatment access.”
President Obama emailed Hillary Clinton using a pseudonym while she served as his secretary of state, according to FBI documents released Friday. The president’s previously unreported use of a pen name is referenced in notes from federal investigators’ April 5, 2016 interview with Huma Abedin, one of Mrs. Clinton’s closest aides.
South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan expressed outrage yesterday when a Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee began talking about the need for gun control – when the hearing was about how to protect Americans from terrorist attacks.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) took to the House Floor recently and spoke on the need for the House counter-terrorism bill to define and focus on radical Islam. He stated, “When you can’t trust the people in the White House to train properly to recognize radical Islam, then it is incumbent upon the Congress to put the language in our bill so they don’t have a choice.”
Two physicians agree Hillary Clinton is suffering a serious neurological disease that should disqualify her from being president.
Theodore “Ted” Noel, a retired an anesthesiologist in Orlando, Florida, with 36 years experience and a background in critical care medicine explained to WND he was so convinced Clinton has Parkinson’s disease that he has now produced several videos arguing that point.
Religious liberty is far more beautiful, far more profound, and far more human. Our national identity is actually based on that very premise. The American Founding was unbelievably bold. Our Founders were making the claim that almost everyone in the history of the world had actually been wrong about the nature of government and human rights.
Goodlatte Announces House Judiciary Committee To Hold Third Hearing On Misconduct By IRS CommissionerSep 15th, 2016 | By fyork
On Wednesday, September 21, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the House Judiciary Committee, chaired by Congressman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), will hold a third hearing to examine the allegations of misconduct and articles of impeachment filed against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. Commissioner Koskinen will be the sole witness before the Committee.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, referenced a Platte River Networks email with the sender/recipient information redacted. It stated, “Wondering how we can sneak an email in now after the fact asking them when they (Clinton’s lawyers) told us to cut the backups and have them confirm it for our records. Starting to think this whole thing really is covering up some shaddy [sic] [expletive].”
More Than 50 Members Of Congress Attended IDC’s Convention To Address The Persecution Of Christians, Other Minorities In The Middle EastSep 13th, 2016 | By fyork
On September 9, U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R-IL) introduced a bipartisan resolution confronting the ISIS genocide by calling for the creation of a Nineveh Plain Province in Iraq. He announced that he would be introducing the bill, entitled Resolution on a Nineveh Plain Province in Iraq, at IDC’s National Advocacy Day, part of the three-day convention, which was held in the Capitol on September 8 and featured more than 35 Members of Congress.