Senator Hawley Releases Hold on Top Biden Pentagon Nominee, Leader of the Next National Defense Strategy

Last night, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) released his hold on Dr. Mara Karlin’s nomination to be the next Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy, Plans, and Capabilities. Senator Hawley held Dr. Karlin’s nomination in order to ensure her commitment to a strategy of denial and a force planning construct that focuses on China. He released his hold after receiving a letter from Dr. Karlin in which she expressed just that.

Senator Hawley Announces 15 Amendments to Democrats’ Far-Left Budget, Calls to Pass Parent Tax Credit, Hire More Police, and Reopen Schools

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced he will introduce 15 amendments to the Democrats’ newly-proposed $3.5 trillion budget resolution for Fiscal Year 2022. Senator Hawley’s amendments would allow for the hiring of 100,000 new police officers, restrict federal funding for K-12 schools that refuse to fully reopen, fight back against critical race theory, and protect the unborn.

Senator Hawley Introduces Legislation to Prioritize China Threat, Strengthen Transparency for Department of Defense Global Force Management

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced the Global Force Management Oversight Act. This legislation will ensure Congress has the information it needs to help the Department of Defense (DoD) balance between combatant commanders’ seemingly unlimited requests for forces and the need to stay focused on China and the Indo-Pacific. 

Senator Hawley Surpasses 550 Local News Interviews

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced he has surpassed more than 550 one-on-one interviews with Missouri reporters since taking office in January 2019. Each week while the Senate is in session, Senator Hawley connects with local reporters from all across the state individually to discuss what is important in their communities and his efforts to represent Missouri’s priorities in Washington.

Op-Ed: Public schools must shape kids who love America and our founding

Parents know something is wrong. It’s why they are showing up in droves at school-board meetings across the nation. They are sending a message. They don’t want their children taught that the true founding of America came in 1619, or that America is a systemically racist place, or that most Americans are ­oppressors. They don’t want their children taught lies. And they are right.