WASHINGTON — After seven years of the Bush administration, who in America does not want to see a dramatic change in the nation’s leadership?
One year ago this week, the American people demanded a New Direction: that Congress make America safer and bring accountability and fiscal responsibility to the people’s government. One year later, the 110th Congress is building a record of progress of change for the American people.
Congress revisited the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) law this week, reworking the landmark legislation which, for nearly 30 years, has helped prevent civil liberties abuses while allowing U.S. intelligence agencies the authority to monitor foreign communications and provide valuable intelligence to keep the U.S. one step ahead of its […]
It was reported in the media last week that security contractors in Iraq recently shot and killed nearly a dozen innocent Iraqis in an incident occurring in downtown Baghdad. The private security firm handling protection for a U.S. Embassy convoy — Blackwater USA — has come under fire for their […]
The following is Rep. Moran’s statement entered into the record this week in remembrance of the September 11th tragedy.
In the waning hours before August recess, Congress passed a change to the law governing the Bush Administration’s wiretapping program. This move, which I opposed, came only after the President chose politics over policy, negating a carefully negotiated deal between Republicans and Democrats in exchange for an overreaching, highly controversial […]
Seventy-two years ago this week, the Social Security Act became law. With the stroke of a pen, the compact giving our seniors the dignity and financial security needed to prevent poverty for millions of aging Americans was established.
Falls Church businessman Pawan Sanai was sentenced to two years of probation Friday, ending a three-year massive FBI and Homeland Security investigation into some technically-illegal bank transactions that Sanai carried out in June 2004.
WASHINGTON — Read the newly published “The Reagan Diaries” if you want a true insight into the mind of the nation’s 40th president.
In his TV interviews this week following the release of his new book, former CIA chief George Tenet reveals a deeply troubling account of his agency’s assessment in early 2003 that Saddam Hussein indeed was stockpiling weapons of mass destruction.