Results tagged “Fiscal and Economic”

Freezing Unauthorized Spending

Congressman McClintock offered an amendment to the Energy and Water Appropriations Bill to freeze spending at the previous year's level …more.

Ending Energy Subsidies

Congressman McClintock offered an amendment on July 9, 2014 to the Energy and Water appropriations bill to require energy companies …more.

Washington, D.C. – An amendment by Congressman Tom McClintock (CA-04) to the Defense Appropriation Bill to forbid defense dollars from …more.

California Energy

“Energy Independence: Domestic Opportunities to Reverse California’s Growing Dependence on Foreign Oil” was the topic of an oversight hearing held …more.

2015 Budget

Congressman McClintock delivered the following House floor remarks in support of the 2015 Budget: 2015 Budget April 8, 2014   …more.

Baseline Budgeting H.R. 1871

Congressman Tom McClintock House floor remarks in support of H.R. 1871 (Woodall)  Baseline Reform Act Baseline Budgeting April 8, 2014 …more.

Policies that Work

Policies that WorkHouse Chamber March 5, 2014   Mr. Speaker:  As we begin the annual budget process, we need to …more.

Policies that Work

"As we begin the annual budget process, we need to stop thinking in terms of Democratic and Republican policies and …more.

Debt Limit Extension (S.540)

Congressman McClintock voted No on H.R. 2642 today and issued the following statement: S. 540 – Debt Limit Extension: NO. …more.

The Wrong Direction

Congressman McClintock delivered the following House floor remarks in opposition to the omnibus appropriations bill.  The mesure was voted on …more.

Sequester We Hardly Knew Ye

Sequester We Hardly Knew YeBy Congressman Tom McClintock             The great irony of the Republican decision …more.

When the Fever Dream Breaks

When the Fever Dream BreaksOctober 29, 2013  Mr. Speaker: It has become obvious over the past few weeks that we are now …more.

When Propaganda Trumps Reality

When Propaganda Trumps RealityOctober 23, 2013Mr. Speaker:This nation has gone through 18 government shutdowns in the last 37 years.  Fifteen …more.

Statement on HR 2775

 Statement by Congressman Tom McClintock on HR 2775October 16, 2013  House Republicans have fought to protect the American people from …more.

Three Crises

Three CrisesOctober 9, 2013 Mr. Speaker: This October crisis is punctuated by three developments that are becoming increasingly obvious and disturbing.    The …more.

The Debt Crisis

The Debt CrisisOctober 14, 2013 Mr. Speaker: The debt limit exists for a simple reason: to assure that public debt isn’t recklessly …more.

The Offer Still Stands

The Offer Still Stands House Floor RemarksCongressman Tom McClintockOctober 10, 2013   Mr. Speaker: On September 30th, after two previous …more.

Relief Until Resolution (H.J.Res. 70)

Relief Until Resolution (H.J.Res. 70) October 2, 2013   Mr. Speaker:             Last night, the …more.

Open the Parks (H.J.Res. 70)

Open the Parks (H.J.Res. 70) October 1, 2013 Mr. Speaker:             The little towns around …more.

Let Us Reason Together

Let Us Reason TogetherOctober 1, 2013  Mr. Speaker:  This shutdown should not have happened.    The framers of our Constitution designed …more.

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The Constitutional Crisis: What To Do?

The constitutional issues involving the President's executive orders on amnesty far transcend the issue of illegal immigration. The President's action strikes at the very heart of our separation of powers. The Constitution reserves to Congress alone the power to enact and alter law, and charges the President with the responsibility to faithfully execute those laws.

Executive Amnesty Prevention Act

This question transcends the issue of illegal immigration. The President's act has crossed a very bright line that separates the American Republic - that prides itself on being a nation of laws and not of men - from those unhappy regimes whose rulers boast that the law is in their mouths.

The Constitutional Crisis

The genius of our Constitution can be found in the separation of powers that has preserved our freedom for 225 years. The American Founders recognized that what had gone so terribly wrong in Europe was that the same organ of government that made the law also enforced that law and adjudicated it.

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