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HACKBERRY, La. (LBM) – Louisiana’s congressional delegation praised President Donald Trump’s commitment to energy independence after his visit to the Cameron LNG Facility in Hackberry Tuesday, May 14.
To understand the genius of the American free enterprise, it is useful to hear the stories of real people who have pursued the American dream. We have many of these folks in Louisiana’s Fourth District and across the nation. Karen Hooks is one of them. She has owned and worked at Bruce’s Tax Service in Leesville for more than 40 tax seasons, and she built her business from the ground up.
U.S. Representative Mike Johnson (LA-04) and Senators Bill Cassidy and John Kennedy joined President Trump on Air Force One Tuesday as they headed to tour a LNG facility.
Members of the conservative Republican Study Committee say Democrats’ Green New Deal would be an economic wrecking ball.
WASHINGTON — The witness rose from her seat, raised her right hand and swore to tell the truth before Congress.
But four words were missing: “So help me God.”
Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) led several pro-gun members of his caucus – including Rep. Ralph Abraham (R-La.), Andy Barr (R-Ky.), Clay Higgins (R-La.), Mike Johnson (R-La.), Alex Mooney (R-W.Va.), and David Schweikert (R-Ariz.) – in introducing a bill to modernize the way firearms are sold under federal law.
On Thursday, Congressman Mike Johnson (R-Louisiana) blasted Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee for forcing U.S. Attorney General William Barr to break the law. Johnson points out that the material that has been redacted in the Mueller Report is redacted under federal law.
The White House responded to efforts by House Democrats to obtain further information on special counsel Robert Mueller's report with an assertion of executive privilege Monday morning.
NPR's David Greene talks to Republican Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana about Attorney General Barr's decision not to appear before the House Judiciary Committee. NPR's Kelsey Snell weighs in.
Listen to the interview here.
Nearly eight years ago, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Michael Mullen characterized America’s national debt as “the single, biggest threat to our national security.” Since then, the federal government has borrowed an additional $7 trillion.