Last month, Joe Biden announced his most brazen attempt yet to shred our freedoms with his authoritarian COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Under his proposal, federal employees and individuals who work at a business with more than 100 employees must get vaccinated or they will be fired from their job. This would apply to over two-thirds of the American workforce. Obviously, I am vehemently opposed to this unconstitutional overreach. The bottom line is this: your health decisions are between you and your doctor, not between you and Joe Biden.
On January 6, 2021 Congress will meet to certify Electoral College votes for the President of the United States. This will be a defining day in American history. We can save our great country, or we can fall into the hands of radical socialists who want to abandon American values and take away everything we hold sacred in our district. I, for one, will fight to save our nation and will stand for the Constitution by contesting the Electoral College. If we expect to remain a representative democracy, we must do everything we can to protect election integrity and fight for President Trump.
OP-ED: After twenty-five years of active-duty service to my country and retiring as a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy, I know what it means to selflessly serve my country. I served multiple Presidents in the White House Medical Unit, including Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald J. Trump.
Op-ed by Rep. Ronny Jackson (TX13) - Friday, April 30 marked the first 100 days of Joe Biden’s presidency. We were told he would be moderate, unifying, and bipartisan, but actions speak louder than words. What Republicans have been...