Security

A strong national defense is vital in a post-9/11 world. That includes comprehensive border security. In keeping us safe, the government may be tempted to overreach in ways disturbing to those of us who value our liberty above all else. Spying on Americans in the name of security is unacceptable. Finding the right balance between our national security and our freedoms is essential in keeping Americans safe from terrorists who want to kill us because they hate our way of life.

At a time when Iran is targeting the United States and our allies across the Middle East, the Biden administration is dismantling sanctions to allow them to build up their nuclear program.
Spokeswoman Jen Psaki and other admin had in the last week or more doubled down on the word even as Ukraine's President Zelensky openly disputed the alarmist assessment, essentially telling Biden directly to 'calm down' the...
Wednesday I joined Marianna Sotomayor on Washington Post Live to discuss the revitalization of the Congressional Hispanic Conference, the use of U.S. cyber capabilities to deter Russian threats, and how I have put 70,000...
I extend my deepest condolences to the families, friends, and community members who are affected by this tragedy. I have no doubt there will be swift justice in the capture and prosecution of this dangerous criminal.
I recently introduced the Ukraine Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act, which would authorize the President to enter into lend-lease agreements directly with Ukraine and provide military equipment necessary to protect...
The White House will meet executives from leading tech firms, including Alphabet-owned Google, Apple Inc., and Amazon.com Inc., on Thursday to discuss software security after the United States suffered several major...
It is critical to national security and sovereignty that our federal government has operational control over who and what are coming into our country.
In historical perspective, the percent of criminal individuals apprehended by Border Patrol is low at about 1 percent in 2021.
Legislation I authored was included in this year’s NDAA to benefit Texas military instillations and servicemembers as well as support ongoing national security efforts.
As cross-strait tensions between China and Taiwan worsen, the United States must deter Chinese aggression by providing Taiwan with the appropriate support and defense capabilities.
Fortunately, Hidalgo and Garcia are on the ballot in March - hopefully they lose their primaries or get beat in November.
With 2021 behind us, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the things we have accomplished together for North Texas, and for America as a whole.
In light of the numerous red flags in Akram’s record, we are extremely concerned about the adequacy of our visa adjudication and admission screening protocols.
A manhunt is underway for the suspect in what is described as the “ruthless, savage execution” of Harris County Precinct 5 Constables Office Corporal Charles Galloway.
In Dawes v. Dallas County, a related case to the O'Donnell and Russell Harris County bail bond cases, the Fifth Circuit laid out the rules for Texas in pretrial bail.
El Paso serves as a key hub for bilateral relations, trade and military operations and the institutions I met with this week highlight how important this city is to the nation.
The House Intelligence Committee's work is critical to our national security and this opportunity will further allow me to work closely with Wright-Patt to address our nation's security challenges.
As Russia, China, and Iran work overtime to destroy us, we cannot afford to have our military’s best and brightest on the sidelines because their own Commander-in-Chief has waged war on their rights.
Iran appears to be preparing for a space launch as negotiations continue in Vienna over its tattered nuclear deal with world powers, according to an expert and satellite images.
We discussed cyber issues facing America including combatting ransomware, empowering Cyber Command, and emboldening the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). 

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