Sen. David Perdue, In 2016, the American people voted to change the direction of our country. They elected a new president and vice president. They returned Republican majorities to Congress with a two-year probation period to show we can deliver results. This election cycle and its outcome were a loud message to the Washington establishment.
Sen. David Perdue, Democracy is working, but it didn’t start in Washington. It started here, back home in the states. We have seen a growing grassroots movement seeking change at every level of government — local statehouses, Congress, and now the White House. Many people are more motivated by big government’s lack of results than
Sen. John McCain, As the old adage goes, “If you don’t change your direction, you’re likely to end up where you’re headed.” When it comes to health care in America, Democrats’ refusal to change course on ObamaCare – even as it crumbles across the country – will lead us to more skyrocketing costs and decreased
Sen. David Perdue, Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution is clear. A president may nominate judges to the Supreme Court, but the power to grant or withhold consent rests exclusively with the U.S. Senate. Nowhere does it say that the Senate must hold hearings or votes on these nominees. Senators of both parties have
Sen. David Perdue, Editor’s Note: This column was co-authored by former Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA). Our only shot to shake up Washington We know a thing or two about unity. Competing head-to-head in the Georgia Republican primary for the United States Senate in 2014 we got to know each other well. During a long year
Sen. David Perdue, Republican voters have sent the Washington establishment a message in the form of our presidential nominee.¯It is loud, and it should be clear. Yet, a small enclave of career politicians within our party is still struggling to understand the mass appeal of Donald Trump. These D.C. insiders are so caught up in