Washington, D.C. - Congressman Tom McClintock (CA -04) made the following remarks today at a forum held at the Capitol in Washington, D.C. to discuss the Greek bailout.
Remarks on the Greek Bailout
May 19, 2010
Three outstanding art students garnered awards in the Congressional Art Competition -- An Artistic Discovery -- a nation-wide high school art competition sponsored by Members of Congress. The contest was open to all high school students within the Fourth Congressional District. The winners are:
Task Force Seeks to Restore Constitutional Balance of Power Through Federalism
Representative McClintock delivered the following remarks today in the House Natural Resources Committee on House Resolution 1254. The resolution directs the Secretary of the Interior to transmit to the House of Representatives specific information relating to potential National Monuments designations.
Representative Tom McClintock (CA-04) issued the following statement in response to the introduction of legislation that will provide for a federal government takeover of all bodies of water in the United States.
Remarks by Representative Tom McClintock on the government takeover of healthcare. The legislation, HR 3590, was approved by Congress on March 21, 2010. Representative McClintock voted no on the bill.
The attack of September 11th, 2001 was our generation’s Pearl Harbor. The Al Qaeda terrorists received succor, protection and encouragement from the Taliban government and accordingly acted as an agency of that government just as surely as the Japanese naval air forces that attacked Pearl Harbor acted as an agency of the government of Japan.
Washington, DC – Representative Tom McClintock (CA - 04) today made the following remarks at a press conference held to introduce a Spending Limitation Constitutional Amendment. Representative McClintock is co-author of the legislation.
I was extremely disappointed that on the same day we learned that the Northern Sierra snowpack is at 125% percent of normal, peeling away rhetoric that could only be best described as self-serving and deceptive, the administration has only actually committed to releasing 5% percent of water deliveries owed to the Central Valley, with the remaining 25% contingent on remaining precipitation.