Monday, December 23, 2013

Christmas and Rep. Justin Amash

It's Christmas week!

Bear with me. Besides my P.S. below, the only thing Christmas-y about this email is my red turtleneck I wore as I interviewed Rep. Justin Amash, a Republican from Michigan!

Only one member of Congress explains every vote on his Facebook page. Watching Justin Amash’s Facebook page, with nearly 80,000 "likes" may give us all a better idea of what Congress is doing each day.

2014 will be a battle between the Republican establishment and people like Rep. Amash, who came to Congress in 2010 and is wildly popular with young people, libertarians and those who want the Constitution to regain prominence in Congress. But with House Republican leadership? Not so much! They took him off the budget committee and look for any way to quiet this 33-year-old congressman.

In this interview, you will hear Rep. Amash discuss:

  • Our surveillance society and what he is doing, with Democrats, to restrain the government
  • The importance of a Republican majority in the House, despite the GOP's mistakes
  • The minimum wage's harsh consequences on the poor and the young
  • How credible immigration reform is thwarted by a president who picks and chooses laws to enforce
  • How your voice, vigilance and participation are most important in fixing what is broken in Washington
  • What he would do if he replaced Speaker Boehner
  • How Obamacare is designed to fail

Watch Leaders with Ginni Thomas:
Rep. Justin Amash

Last week: Angelo Codevilla

Next week: Neal McClusky, a Cato Institute scholar on federalizing education policy in America

Merry Christmas, and have a blessed New Year!


P.S. Tell me this viral 2010 Christmas flash mob does not bring you to tears.

P.P.S. Join this fast-growing Facebook page, "Boycott A&E Until Phil Robertson Is Put Back On Duck Dynasty."

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