Coronavirus relief bill

#1 Priority of All Mayors This Week

I appeal to the mayors of our cities to immediately poll every schoolteacher and day care provider, especially those who’ve been serving children under 12, and find out which children are most at-risk for abuse and hunger in their community – and then within the scope of the law, act quickly to rally support and resources to protect/help these children too young to defend themselves.

Businesses Step Up To Soften Economic Blow Of Wuhan Virus

In one of the under-reported stories of the Wuhan virus economic crisis, businesses large and small have stepped up to help soften the economic blow to their employees and a public stressed by the disruption of their everyday lives. From big companies paying workers during the social distancing shutdown to small whiskey and rum distillers switching over to produce and donate hand sanitizer, the private sector has often moved faster than government.

Democrats Trying To Use Coronavirus Funding For Abortions

Under the guise of protecting people, Speaker Pelosi is working to make sure taxpayer dollars are spent covering abortion. Conservatives must be alert to the reality that Democrats and the Left will relentlessly use every vehicle available to advance their agenda, and the coronavirus panic is perfect cover for sneaking all sorts of radical measures through Congress.

Rep. Louie Gohmert Once Again Stands In The Breach

Remember when Democrat Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said of the Obamacare bill, “We have to pass it to know what’s in it”? And remember how well that worked out? On Monday Pelosi was about to one-up that disaster by demanding that the House pass a bill that hadn’t even been written yet. Fortunately, one lone principled limited government constitutional conservative – Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas – stood in the breach to prevent that from happening.