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With Democrats set to become the majority party in the U.S. House of Representatives in January, I call on my Republican colleagues in the chamber to gear up for the inevitable Democratic attacks on everything we’ve worked to accomplish in the past two years in partnership with President Trump.
Conservative Republicans are calling for a busy lame-duck session of Congress between now and Jan. 3, when Democrats will retake the majority in—and control of—the House.
Republicans in Congress will hold the majority for less than two months. We must do all we can to further the agenda we promised in 2016 and in 2018 before the Democrats take a wrecking ball to the progress America has made in the last two years.
Rhetoric from the left drips with irony and devastates civil political discourse in this country. A week prior to the midterm election, I was eating lunch with a friend at a restaurant in my congressional district. Another friend arrived early for his lunch appointment and joined us in conversation while waiting for his associate.
PHOENIX — The Democratic Party has officially taken over the U.S. House of Representatives and Republicans are already anticipating that lawmakers will pursue impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Kim Vehon, a Mesa mother of seven and CEO/founder of Foster Arizona, has been named an Angels in Adoption Honoree by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute.
Oct. 29--Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is finally free to do something about its short -- and potentially unsafe -- air traffic control tower.
People fleeing violence rarely stop to grab a flag from their home country to display proudly as they slowly march to safety. The terrified typically plead for help rather than threaten those from whom they seek help. Those who have been victimized rarely attack potential benefactors.
The Phoenix VA Health Care System was the epicenter of an Obama-era scandal of corruption and mismanagement. The scandal happened at the expense of Arizona veterans, who, according to VA employees, waited more than a month to schedule their first primary-care provider appointment.