The current Ebola outbreak originated this past March in Guinea, and, with over 3,400 reported deaths, is the largest outbreak ever documented. On October 8, the first patient with Ebola in the U.S., Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian national visiting family, passed away at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Since that time, two of the health care workers who treated Mr.
Protecting our Nation Against the Rise of the Islamic State
On September 9, I formally introduced legislation to empower governors and local elected officials to control whether or not the federal government can place unaccompanied minors, who have illegally entered the country, into their communities. H.R.
Connecting with You in Pennsylvania’s 11th District
House Acts to Stop Relocation of Unaccompanied Minors and Redirects Foreign Aid While the Senate Goes Home
Crisis at the Border: Mexico Stops One U.S. Marine, Not 50,000 Children?
We just observed Memorial Day a few weeks ago. It is a holiday to honor those who have given their lives to protect this country. In all of our armed conflicts, Americans have spilled their blood and given their lives – in many cases on behalf of people in foreign lands they had never met or heard of before. Our Veterans epitomize what it is to be an American, and we owe them a debt we
Senate Playing Politics with Volunteer Firefighters
We May Have Lost a Battle, but We Haven't Lost the War
On March 3, the Supreme Court refused to hear the City of Hazleton’s case, which was in defense of an ordinance I passed while I was mayor. We said that if you are a landlord or employer, the city would suspend your business license if you knowingly rented to, or hired an illegal immigrant.