Skip to main content


News Veto

National Review: President Obama Averages One Veto Threat Every Five Days

Pesident Obama spent years tarring House Republicans as the cause of a “do-nothing” Congress, but House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has turned that critique back on him.

Blog Appropriations Veto

President Obama Again Chooses Vetoes Over Working with Congress

President Obama has now issued nearly 25 veto threats since the beginning of the new year. The American people don’t want vetoes. They want Washington to work. But it can only work if the President…

Press Releases Economy Trade

As Economy Slows, Trade Opportunities Needed to Increase Growth

And today, Congress heard from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on a path forward for a long-term partnership between the United States and Japan. Under TPA, American companies will have more…

Blog 21st Century Government Economy Jobs Obamacare

A Budget for the 21st Century

For the first time in six years, both Houses of Congresses have produced budgets and come to a bicameral budget agreement. That means Washington finally has a plan of action to balance the budget and…

Press Releases

House’s Record of Success in First 100 Days Signals Bright Future Ahead

Majority Leader McCarthy spoke today at a Republican leadership press conference about the House’s record of success in the first 100 days of the 114th Congress.