The South Carolina congressman co-authored the Cut, Cap and Balance Act.
But will he actually sign it?
The group's 55-page amicus brief for the Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice's appeal has liberals reeling.
House leadership says it will take years to undo what has been done, but this bill does it all at once.
You might be surprisingly impressed by her resume.
President-Elect Trump: 'We Are the Bearers of the Torch of Freedom These Brave Americans Passed On to Us'
"In honor of their faithfulness, and for the sake of generations to come, we will never allow that flame to be extinguished."
The House and Senate judiciary chairs are asking the agreement be declassified.
APN President Sam Rohrer: Several factors contributed to the tearing down of the 'blue wall,' the rejection of the philosophy of globalism and the obliteration of the elite Establishment.
"Family after family has found itself in legal limbo because the central office simply cannot or will not follow the timelines in the regulation."
"Ben Carson has a brilliant mind and is passionate about strengthening communities and families within those communities."
Apparently, in California, you can.
The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman has pledged a "fair" confirmation process.
Anti-secrecy organization releases 531,525 37-year-old diplomatic cables covering a wide array of international issues.
In his first Thanksgiving address as President-elect, he calls for a "shared resolve to make America great again for all people."
He's using the election as a chance to reach out to millennials who have disconnected from the church.
More than 400 pages recently released by the State Department were fully redacted.
"We could not be happier about the selection of Sen. Jeff Sessions as the next attorney general."
Meanwhile, Commissioner John Koskinen's impeachment has stalled out.
The Select Panel on Infant Lives needs more time due to the abortionists' stonewalling.
Trump Transition Team announces "new phase" of process. Guess who's in charge now!
Eighty-eight members of Congress have asked a court to put a stop to it.