If our children are not taught how to participate in a robust exchange of ideas through debate and discussion, how on earth will we prepare them for adulthood. We do a grave injustice to our children if we allow them to be taught only to pass a test and not how to think through problems and to call into question the politically correct, ‘settled science’.
Last evening, President Trump signed into law H.R. 353, the Lucas-Bridenstine Weather Research and Forecasting Innovation Act.
Congressman Jim Bridenstine: “This legislation prioritizes improving weather forecasts and opens opportunities for new and innovative sources of weather information. I congratulate President Trump for moving us closer to a day when we have zero deaths from tornadoes and severe weather events.”
Freedom Caucus members have been on the front lines of opposing Obamacare since the day it was proposed. They were instrumental in turning back Republican support of the first draft of the legislation. And in the face of the threats from Congressional leadership, the Freedom Caucus boldly exercised its authority to stand firm and say ‘no’ to bad policy.
I congratulate the Senate and Judge Neil Gorsuch on his confirmation to serve as a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. He is an eminently qualified individual with impeccable credentials and a superb record of scholarly, constitutional jurispruden…
A sweeping piece of legislation that aims to improve forecasts for everything from Category 5 hurricanes to El Nino has passed both houses of Congress.
Years in the making, it will become the first major weather legislation enacted since the early 1990s if signed by President Trump.
After stumbling blocks and delays, sweeping bipartisan legislation to improve weather forecasting has passed the Senate.
The 65-page bill, the Weather Research and Forecasting Innovation Act of 2017, H.R. 353, contains four sections that support research and programs to improve weather forecasting and its communication on short and long time scales.
Containing scores of provisions, the bill would require the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to, for example:
- Establish a program to improve tornado warnings.
Tulsa businessman, David McLain, was the overwhelming choice of the Tulsa Republican delegates, at the county convention, today, at Jenks High School.Retired I.T. specialist, Terry Flattem, defeated chairman Mike Ford, to secure the Vice Chair office. Ford did not seek a 2nd term at the top spot. Only one of the 6 incumbents in the Tulsa Republican party’s central committee was elected to another term in office. […]
Congressman Bridenstine speaks with 1170 KFAQ on the vote to repeal Obamacare.
You can listen to the interview here.