Cornyn, Cuellar Praise Selection of Four Texas Ports for Public-Private Partnerships


U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar (TX-28) and I released the following statements after U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced the Anzalduas Bridge, Cameron County, the City of Donna, Texas, and the city of Laredo, Texas were selected for Public-Private Partnerships.

Rep. Poe Cosponsors Bill to Protect Religious Institutions; Condemns Threats Against Jewish Community Centers


I cosponsored bipartisan legislation, the Combating Anti-Semitism Act of 2017, introduced by Reps. David Kustoff (R-TN) and Derek Kilmer (D-WA) today. This legislation would increase the federal penalty for bomb threats and other credible threats of violence against community religious centers and ensure these acts can be prosecuted as a hate crime.

Can We Learn From the O’Reilly Fiasco?


I have no idea whether Bill O’Reilly is guilty or innocent of the charges against him.

Either way, his fall — given that he topped the cable news programs for over 15 years — was incredibly swift.

I myself never much cared for him, for the exact reason that a lot of people liked him: he didn’t seem to have much of a philosophy, as opposed to a series of isolated, ad hoc positions.

Perryman: The Economic and Fiscal Price of Restricting Bathroom Access

Travel and tourism is an important source of economic activity. Every year, millions of visitors to Texas spend billions of dollars in the state, and hundreds of thousands of individuals across Texas are employed in travel-related industries.

How I’d Handle the Crazies at Nutball U.

Issues: reports that students at Salem College have presented the administration with an “ultimatum” regarding the intolerable atmosphere of oppression that exists on campus.

This is how they characterize life under a typical left-leaning college administration.

Sen. Cruz Visits with San Antonio Manufacturers and Business Leaders



Yesterday I toured the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas plant and met with executives and employees, where I discussed my efforts to reduce the burden of federal regulations on manufacturers.

More Family-Based Immigrants in Australia & Canada than in the United States

The United States allows in about a million lawful permanent residents a year, the largest number of any country, but that is a small percentage of the almost 325 million people who already live in the United States – about 0.3 percent annually.

Republicans vs. Democrats: A Culberson Town Hall Wrap Up

Pensions. Health care. Tax reform. Immigration. All of these issues affect us. Not just 'you' us, but ALL of us. Each individual has a story about how each one of these issues affects their lives. There isn't any sweeping legislation that is a one size fits all solution, and I think going forward, legislators and the public need to remember that when we're considering what we're asking for.

Tax Day Justice: DOJ Investigation of Lois Lerner Called for by Ways and Means Chairman

The chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee called on the Department of Justice (DOJ) to review evidence that Lois Lerner “broke the law to target Americans for their political beliefs.”

Sen. Cruz Visits Daikin Texas Technology Park


On Monday I visited the Daikin Texas Technology Park in Waller. There, I met with executives and employees while touring the facility – which is set to have its grand opening in May. During the tour, I discussed my efforts to create good-paying jobs and expand opportunity for hardworking Texans.


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