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Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) made the following statement on the terrorist attack in Nice, France:
“Yesterday’s terror attack in Nice is another somber reminder that we are in a Global War on Terrorism. My thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families, and the people of France.
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) issued the following statement after Speaker Paul Ryan appointed him to the Conference Committee for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2017:
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) questioned Special Envoys for Guantanamo Closure today during a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing:
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) made the following statement following FBI Director James Comey’s recommendation not to bring charges against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton:
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Everyone in the modern conservative era knows the earth-changing of Ronald Wilson Reagan: his foreign policy triumphs, victory in the Cold War, and promoting peace through strength and his domestic policy initiatives, cutting taxes, and creating jobs with opportunities.
The President’s failed legacy of worldwide instability has led to a dangerous world for American families. We need a strategy of peace through strength—not one of absentee leadership, broken promises, and abandonment of allies.
Throughout October, our state has been tested by the devastating effects of a thousand-year rainfall and tragic flooding. While our citizens have faced adversity before, the unprecedented rain created widespread destruction that affected all corners of the state.
Every day I hear from men and women about the harmful effects of Obamacare on their families. The effects of the President’s takeover of the health care system are well-known: destroyed jobs, increased medical costs, denial of services, and higher insurance premiums for families and individuals in South Carolina’s Second Congressional District and across the country.
Recent news about the cyberattack targeting federal employees has gone from bad to worse. Over 21 million federal employee personnel records were affected after the Office of Personnel Management was the target of an extended cyberattack.