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Hearing Wrap Up: The Biden Administration’s EPA Abused its Authority to Advance a Radical Climate Agenda

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The House Committee on Oversight and Accountability held a hearing today titled, “Oversight of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.” Members exposed how the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Biden Administration has operated outside its rulemaking authority and implemented burdensome regulations and sweeping executive orders to advance President Biden’s radical…

Government officials say solar panels could pose national security risk, depending on where they're sourced

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 FOX43 Newsroom China installed more solar panels in 2023 than the United States has in its entire history.  Meanwhile, a 2022 FBI investigation found that equipment sold by Chinese-based companies can be used to disrupt U.S. military communications. And in 2019, a Chinese transformer was stopped at the Port of Houston and found to have potential…

Club for Growth names the best, and worst, Republicans on the economy

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By Ramsey Touchberry The conservative Club for Growth has released its 2023 Congressional Economic Scorecard, an annual ranking that the influential anti-tax organization uses to crown what it deems the best and worst economic voting records among lawmakers. Congress’s biggest fiscal hawks, including those who have attempted to derail bipartisan deals on spending,…

Bill Targets Forced Organ Harvesting Supply Chain: Rep. Perry

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By Steve Lance The House on Tuesday passed the bipartisan Falun Gong Protection Act, the first federal bill to target the Chinese Communist Party’s decades-long persecution against the spiritual practice. NTD caught up with Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa), who wrote the bill at the Capitol. Watch the interview here. The full transcript of the interview is below.  Steve Lance:…

House to Vote on Bill to Counter Chinese Regime’s Persecution of Falun Gong

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By Eva Fu A bipartisan bill aimed at curbing the Chinese Communist Party’s decades-long persecution of Falun Gong practitioners is heading to the House floor on June 25. The legislation, called the Falun Gong Protection Act (H.R. 4132), would require the United States to impose sanctions on foreign individuals who “are knowingly responsible for, are complicit in, or have engaged in”…

Ogles and House Colleagues introduce bill to curb EV spending

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By Ross O'Keefe Rep. Andy Ogles (R-TN) introduced the “Free Market Drives Itself Act” last week to eliminate the Electric Vehicles Working Group, which makes EV recommendations to President Joe Biden’s administration, in an effort to reduce EV spending. “Electric vehicles are not a practical choice for Americans, and the Biden Administration’s attempts to force…

Rep. Perry to Newsmax: Adversaries Act Due to Biden's Weakness

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By Jim Thomas Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa., expressed concerns about President Joe Biden's leadership in a Thursday interview with Newsmax, highlighting what he sees as a critical vulnerability for the United States. "He's the commander in chief; men and women in uniform take orders," Perry said. "And as long as he's willing to do nothing, there's nothing that those men and women who…

Rep. Scott Perry to Newsmax: Criticism of Him on House Intel Is 'Baseless'

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Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa., says he and Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas, are "well qualified" for the House Intelligence Committee appointments given to them by House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La. "Rep. Jackson and I have decades of years in service with national security clearances, done top secret military work, and are both well qualified for the job," Perry told Wednesday's "Newsline" on…

Hearing Wrap Up: DoD Must Increase Transparency on Osprey Crash Mishaps and Stop Stonewalling Congressional Oversight Efforts

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The Subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs held a hearing titled, “Addressing Oversight and Safety Concerns in the Department of Defense’s V-22 Osprey Program.” Members discussed how Department of Defense (DoD) officials have stonewalled congressional oversight into the recent string of deadly Osprey crashes involving U.S. servicemen and women. The members also…

Comer, Sessions, Perry Lead Probe into Use of ‘Official Time’ for Union Activity by Federal Employees

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House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.), Subcommittee on Government Operations and the Federal Workforce Chairman Pete Sessions (R-Texas), and Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) are today conducting oversight of the use of “official time” by government employees for union activities. In letters to top officials at 23 federal government agencies, the lawmakers…