Words matter. These are the best Mark Meadows Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m one of these guys who believes you represent the people who sent you to Washington, D.C., not matter what the cost. The cost could be very grave.
The IRS, now known for abusing its power by targeting groups for their political beliefs, is a prime example of an overgrown federal agency that doles out enormous bonuses to senior employees.
Unfortunately, Democrats don’t want to wage a war on poverty or improve program integrity; they prefer talking points.
Activist court rulings, a broken infrastructure, and widening loopholes, have thrown our immigration system into an unmistakable chaos.
I think what happens is when we start to look at the facts, everybody has their impression of what truth is.
The IRS isn’t the only agency using taxpayer dollars for big bonuses.
Modern day slavery is the great tragedy of our time and the U.S. cannot turn a blind eye to it on our soil or another nation’s.
Foreign travelers overstaying their visas to remain in the U.S. illegally represents one of the gravest national security threats to the homeland.
We have a moral obligation to assist those fleeing religious persecution and to no longer turn a blind eye to the plight of our Christian brothers abroad.
Hezbollah is notorious for using charities and front organizations to hide its funding sources.
The last thing you want to do is go up against someone in your own party and certainly your own president.
Everybody knows that from a national security standpoint we need to secure our southern border.
Gun control is not the answer. The best and most effective path forward, I believe, is one that safeguards our schools from becoming ‘soft targets.’
Why should we allow a Democrat President in the White House to use executive orders and not do the same with a Republican President?
Let’s keep winning! I love to be exhausted on winning!
Serving as Chief of Staff would be an incredible honor.
We continue to send money to the U.N. for countries who are anti-American and anti-Israel – it’s got to stop.
To suggest that all members of the Republican conference represent their district in a manner that’s reflective of the makeup of their district would not be accurate.
My colleagues and friends in the Freedom Caucus believe something very simple: Our country deserves a secure border and immigration laws that put the safety, security and prosperity of Americans first.
Putting aid for Harvey victims in limbo because of our own inability to handle pressing deadlines in a timely manner is not only inappropriate, but it sends the wrong message to millions of Americans in Texas and millions more who put us in Washington to do a job. We owe them better.
The conflict in the Middle East is complex, multi-faceted, and unlikely to be resolved anytime soon.
President Trump promised to negotiate trade agreements to get better deals for America and protect American jobs. Bottom line: He delivered.
National security needs to be priority number one and if you’re willing to play politics with our national security then you have no business serving in the Senate or the House.
I’m very confident in the voice and the power of the American people.
Should the U.S. grant preferential treatment on trade to an egregious human rights violator that allows human traffickers to operate unencumbered within its borders? The obvious answer would seem to be ‘No.’
By cutting off Hezbollah’s lifelines to international financing, we can break its cycle of violence around the world.
You know the voice of the people is a very, very powerful tool.
Stoking fears of a potential shutdown is a strong motivational tool to get members on board with legislation that they don’t want to support. Both parties are guilty of this.
It’s the oldest trick in Washington – when presented with a policy solution you don’t like, characterize it as the bogeyman.
Two of the 9/11 hijackers exploited the security vulnerabilities in the United States’ visa program and were able to carry out their attacks.
Every major industry sector in the U.S. would be positively impacted by the USMCA, with blue-collar manufacturing jobs seeing the most significant gains.
I’ve found that any time you go against the people’s voice you’re going up against a tsunami that will have unbelievable power and implications.
Donald Trump has made outstanding picks for his Cabinet.
Unfortunately, too often the media doesn’t ask the simple question: Why did elected leaders wait until the 11th hour to address government funding we’ve known would expire for months, if not years?
I want to make sure that we have a tax code that makes sure that everyone benefits, including those in poverty and those middle-income wage earners and those that have already lived the American dream as well as making sure that everyone can receive the benefits of a robust economy and not just the select few.
Let’s vote to fund the wall.
We need a wall or a sophisticated fence, as long as it secures our border.
For years, President Obama has chastised Republicans, used immigrants as props for political purposes, and time and again deflected responsibility from his own party’s failure to act on immigration reform.
Does anything good happen a couple days before Christmas? Nothing good happens just a few days before Christmas.
I’ve put forth measures that would actually eliminate some of the executive branch power. You know, philosophically, that’s where I am.
Congress must hold those responsible for unfairly targeting organizations based on their ideological views accountable.
Many industries in my home state of North Carolina will greatly benefit from the USMCA.
As a nation, we must address the persecution of all religious minorities.
Congress is the world’s oldest deliberative body in the world’s oldest democracy. The result of that democracy, and the Constitution on which it rests, are America’s laws.
The more conservative the district, the more conservative the member should be.
The Palestinians have yet to demonstrate a commitment to the rule of law.
Spying on the prime minister of Israel and Congress has nothing to do with national security – only politics.
The Protect America’s Schools Act is not the only answer, but it is a positive step forward in preventing tragedies.
I think we need the make sure our border is secure, not just from a standpoint of strategic fencing or border slats, whatever you want to call it, but we need to make sure that once and for all, we secure our border to make sure our communities are safe.
For too long Hezbollah has been able to conduct its illegal operations unhindered by the threat of a direct response from the United States.
Roy Moore is a man of faith.
Hezbollah poses a great threat to the world – and particularly to our great ally, Israel.
Every year it’s a decision whether you’re going to run again.
Most Americans can’t begin to understand what day-to-day life is like for millions of Israeli citizens. We can’t relate to hearing sirens go off – notifying us that we have 15 seconds to a minute to seek shelter from a potential rocket attack.
We should really focus on an American First agenda, and these climate pacts and climate regulations have been designed to not necessarily give American workers and the American environment a head start. It really gives our competition a greater ability to compete internationally and disadvantage American companies.