Over the last decade, the National Human Trafficking Hotline has received 145,764 reports of trafficking in America.
Think about that. More than 100,000 reports of the modern-day version of slavery. Over one hundred thousand lives trafficked, exploited, in some cases destroyed.Read more
Once again, we are deeply saddened by a senseless terrorist attack that targeted innocent young people in Manchester, England.
The targets were not trained soldiers on the field of battle. They were teens attending a concert – young people who were having the time of their life when a coward detonated a bomb and unleashed death and mayhem.Read more
“Sanctuary Cities have known since last summer that this day of reckoning was coming.”
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday it will be forcing nine communities to prove they are complying with an U.S. Immigration Laws in order to continue receiving coveted law enforcement grant money.
The Department of Justice sent letters to nine jurisdictions requiring proof of compliance with 8 U.S.C. § 1373. Unless the recipients can prove they are no longer thwarting Homeland Security’s efforts to deport illegal immigrants, the Trump Administration put the country’s top nine sanctuary bodies on notice that they could soon have to give up some federal funds.
The new Congress hit the ground running to show support for Israel in the wake of the United Nations anti-Israel resolution passed last December. We also passed legislation designed to roll back excessive government regulation- the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act.Read more
See what others are saying about John Culberson’s effective leadership in Congress.
High noon for Sanctuary Cities
Early this year, U.S. Representative John Culberson, R-Texas, an Appropriations Committee subcommittee chairman responsible for funding the Department of Justice, got Lynch to officially designate the top 10 sanctuaries, including Chicago, New York and, the entire state of California, as noncompliant with federal law.
Culberson’s quiet, unpublicized victory makes sanctuaries immediately vulnerable to the loss of congressional money.
…Culberson said that if President Trump wants to, he could cut off funding to those cities and California the instant he’s sworn in at noon, Jan. 20, 2017.
A November Rasmussen poll found that 81 percent of probable voters favor mandatory deportation for aliens convicted of felonies.Read more
Congressman Culberson discusses sanctuary cities on The Howie Carr Show.
Click to listen to the interview.
Congressman John Culberson held a live Teletown Hall on Monday, October 24.
Congressman John Culberson and Republicans across Congressional District 7 participated in a special live toll-free telephone town hall meeting to discuss the importance of working together to elect Republicans from the top to the bottom of the ballot this November.
Constituents got the opportunity to ask the Congressman questions about the election and issues that are important to them.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the call.
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