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This week saw the President’s State of the Union (can you say, “Incredible Shrinking President” much? a) did anyone even watch it, and b) does anyone remember what he said?  Seriously?) and his new proposals to tax your family’s 529 college savings plan.  He also doubled down in his efforts to stop sanctions on Iran, leading to a fantastic move by Speaker Boehner to invite the Israeli Prime Minister to address a joint session of Congress.  The best part about that was watching the White House complain about a breach in “protocol.”  How about Obama’s outright ignoring the...
Happy Friday,   This week the House passed legislation to totally stop the President’s unilateral actions on immigration.  Here are three key facts about the legislation passed by the House and championed by Chairman Goodlatte.  Goodlatte spoke on the House floor in favor of the five amendments to defund President Obama’s unilateral immigration actions.  That video is below.  Also, Congressman Goodlatte reintroduced his resolution against the college ratings plan put forward by President Obama.  As a scheduling note, the House will consider legislation next week...
Friends, As I took the Oath of Office earlier this week in the House Chamber, the words “support and defend the Constitution of the United States” resonated with me. Just a few weeks ago, President Obama used his favorite weapon – his pen – to act on his own on far reaching immigration actions, effectively circumventing the Congress and ignoring the separation of powers enshrined in the United States Constitution. Many of you have told me that you are gravely concerned by the President’s actions, and I completely agree with you. It is my strong opinion that these unconstitutional executive...
Friends,   Since 2012, I have had the honor of serving as Virginia's Young Republican Chairman, and more recently, as the National Federation's Southern Regional Vice Chairman. I'm incredibly proud of my team's record of recruiting new activists, forming new clubs, growing existing infrastructure, and helping good Republicans get elected.   But I'll be honest, it's not enough.   When President Obama wins the youth vote in 2012 by a whopping 37 percent, it doesn't matter how many years I've served. I've often wondered, will this country ever elect...
    WASHINGTON, D.C. – On the first day of the 114th Congress, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) introduced two balanced budget constitutional amendments in the U.S. House of Representatives. Chairman Goodlatte has introduced balanced budget amendments every Congress since the 110th Congress.   H.J. Res. 1 is a four-part balanced budget amendment. It contains a requirement for a balanced annual federal budget, places a spending cap on annual federal spending, imposes a three-fifths supermajority vote requirement to increase the debt limit, and a three-...
  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Bob Goodlatte released the following statement today after introducing H.R. 27, the Tax Code Termination Act, in the opening hours of the 114th Congress:   “In the coming weeks, many Americans will start the process of filing their taxes. Anyone who has done this before is well aware of the frustrations caused by our current tax code. Navigating the impossibly complex and ever-growing tax code is a major burden on families and businesses. The tax code should work for Americans – not against them.   “Even though tax reform has been discussed for...