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An overwhelming majority of eastern North Carolina survey respondents believe Washington, D.C., is overrun with lobbyists and special interest money and that the federal government's $16 trillion debt must be reduced by stopping wasteful spending and cutting foreign aid, according to a survey conducted by the office of U.S. Rep. Comment?
... subjects that are relative to the Protect the Kids Act of 2012. I had the opportunity to interview U.S. Rep. Walter Jones of NC District-3. His belief is if there is something you can do to improve the life of a child, you should do it, which is why ... Comment?
... Voting yes: G.K. Butterfield, D-N.C.; Rob Wittman, R-Va.; Scott Rigell, R-Va.; Bobby Scott, D-Va. Not voting: Walter Jones, R-N.C.; Randy Forbes, R-Va. FEDERAL HELIUM RESERVE Voting 394-1, the House on Friday sent the Senate a bill (HR527) to avert ... Comment?
"I am deeply concerned that Walter Jones, as a longstanding member of the House Armed Services Committee, but never having held a leadership position, has failed to effectively utilize the honor and privilege of serving on this very important panel," said Dacey in a news release. Comment?
... he would have voted for the bill anyway. Eleven of North Carolina's representatives voted for the bill, Rep. Walter Jones, along with Coble, also did not vote. This vote marks the first time congress has acted to alleviate funding cuts since the ... Comment?
... notable names on the libertarian right including: two sitting congressmen, Rep. John Duncan, R-Tenn., and Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C.; Fox News contributor Judge Andrew Napolitano; Ludwig von Mises Institute founder Llewellyn Rockwell; Imperial Hubris ... Comment?
The speaker was North Carolina Rep. Walter Jones, a safe Republican incumbent who has spent years apologizing for his early Iraq War boosterism. Comment?
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, better known as CISPA, passed the U.S. House of Representatives last week by a wide margin. Comment?
... Constitution on an important issue like going to war, that's where we're going to have a lot of trouble." Rep. Walter Jones Jr. (R-NC), Rep. John Duncan (R-TN) and former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), all members of the organization's advisory board, ... Comment?
... of that army has to be replaced each year due to attrition and desertion . In the February issue of Reason Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC) told us it would take less time to train a monkey to ride a bicycle than it has to prepare the Afghan army and police ... Comment?
Sen. Roger Wicker told reporters Thursday that, about a decade ago, he met the man who was arrested on charges of sending him a ricin-laced letter. Comment?
... Some current and former lawmakers are joining the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, including Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.), Rep. John Duncan (R-Tenn.), and Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and former congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio). ... Comment?
... The institute's advisory board includes several current and former members of the House: Representative Walter Jones (R., N.C.), former congressman Dennis Kucinich (D., Ohio), and Representative John Duncan (R., Tenn.). At the presser, Jones gave an ... Comment?
Reps. Walter B. Jones, R-N.C., and John J. Duncan Jr., R-Tenn., and ex-Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, will help steer the direction of the new Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity as members of its board, they announced Wednesday at a Capitol Hill event. Comment?
... aide Daniel McAdams, who was among the speakers. Other speakers at the event included Ron Paul as well as Rep. Walter Jones, Jr. (R-N.C.), Rep. John Duncan, Jr. (R-Tenn.), and former Rep. Dennis Kucinich, who are all members of the institute's board ... Comment?
Rep. Walter Jones said on Wednesday that he would enlist the help of Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel to ensure that the Defense Department makes a finding that two Marine pilots were not at fault in a 2000 Osprey crash that took their lives. Comment?
... for a prosperous tomorrow." Members of the new organization invited to join Paul on Wednesday include GOP Reps. Walter Jones of North Carolina and John Duncan Jr. of Tennessee; former Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio, and former judge Andrew ... Comment?
... and CEO Dr. Paul has invited the Institute's board of advisors to speak at the conference, including Rep. Walter Jones, Jr. (NC), Rep. John Duncan, Jr. (TN), former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (OH), Judge Andrew Napolitano, Ambassador Faith Whittlesey, and ... Comment?
I'm writing in response to a letter that appeared in your April 9th edition by one of your misinformed and judgmental writers who goes to great lengths to criticize Congressman Walter Jones and former President Bush. Comment?
... power. There also is HR 127, a bill to repeal the Johnson Amendment, which has been proposed by Rep. Walter Jones of North Carolina's Third District. A free and democratic society cannot long endure without a well-informed and politically active ... Comment?