I wanted to send a quick note and thank you for serving as a delegate. I know from experience that delegates spend many hours of their time as they engage in the process of vetting those running for office. I am encouraged to see that there are several strong candidates running to join me in […]
27 weeks! That’s how long we have until Congress will need to fund the government again. For those of us who participated in the vote last week on the 2,232-page, $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, it’s hard to believe we’re only going to make it to September before we have to do it all over […]
I need your help. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recently finished his visit to the state of Utah as part of his review of controversial national monument designations. The top monument designation on Secretary Zinke’s list is the Bears Ears National Monument and whether he should recommend rescinding this designation. Secretary Zinke met with elected officials, the […]
I wanted to keep you updated on the latest developments in the effort to repeal Obamacare and reform our healthcare system. You are probably already aware that the plan originally introduced in the House of Representatives failed to get enough votes to pass, so it was pulled from consideration. This is good news, because we […]
While I generally believe the intentions of my fellow Republicans are good, I know we can do better. And I know the American people expect more.
So right now when it comes to repealing Obamacare we have two choices: Go Small or Go Big!
Conservative Review By: Chris Pandolfo At Wednesday night’s U.S. Senate debate at Brigham Young University, Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah (A, 100%) was asked about the extremely difficult and polarizing topic of religious liberties versus LGBT rights. In the debate, against Democratic challenger Misty Snow (the first transgender nominee for a major party to run for […]
Trump adds new names to SCOTUS list, includes Sen. Mike Lee Eliza Collins, USA TODAY Donald Trump is expanding his list of potential Supreme Court picks he might appoint to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, calling the cumulative 21 people “definitive.” On Friday the Republican nominee released an official list of 10 more people he may choose for […]
In 1979, 44 percent of people convicted in federal court of felony-level offenses were sent to prison. By 2008, the number rose to 91 percent, an unprecedented increase resulting from political initiatives to get tougher on crime, particularly with the advent of minimum-mandatory sentences. The nation has come to the realization that this trend has […]
The two most important choices we face:
Mike Lee’s Conservative Reform Agenda
follows the Utah model to: