Ours must be a foreign policy for the people who built this country; one that honors our workers by protecting their livelihoods; protects our way of life by thwarting hegemons; and respects our service-members by asking them to sacrifice only for a justified purpose and only with a reasonable plan.
Today Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) fired back at the Mexican Ambassador’s letter blaming Americans for the crimes of the cartels and the flow of drugs over the southern border. He stands by his call yesterday for sanctions against Mexican officials who will not confront cartels.
“President Trump and Secretary Chao have once again made Missouri a priority and delivered infrastructure funding for our state. The Grant Avenue Parkway Project will provide the people who live in Springfield a new way to get around and tourists a new way to explore. The East Locust Creek Reservoir project will help to provide water security for an entire region, allowing the community around it to flourish.”
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) will deliver a speech at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) next Tuesday, November 12, at 10:30 a.m. ET. In the speech, Sen. Hawley will argue that it is time to reconsider the foreign policy consensus in light of a new era of great power competition. Following the remarks, he will participate in a Q&A session with CNAS CEO Richard Fontaine.
With Mexico, enough is enough. US government should impose sanctions on Mexican officials, including freezing assets, who won’t confront cartels. Cartels are flooding MO w/ meth, trafficking children, & openly slaughtering American citizens. And Mexico looks the other way. In SW Mo last two weeks alone, over 40 drug overdoses & multiple deaths from drugs coming across southern border. Story is the same all over the state. Cartels increasingly call the shots in Mexico, and for our own security,...
FBI Director: China Can Compel Tech Companies Doing Business In Country To Turn Over Any Information China Wants
FBI Director Wray told Senator Hawley American companies storing data in China “is something we’re concerned about in part because. . . Chinese law essentially compels Chinese companies and typically compels U.S. companies that are operating in China to have relationships with different kinds of Chinese companies to provide whatever information the government wants whenever it wants.”
Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), Chairman of the Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism, announced the following witnesses for the hearing entitled “How Corporations and Big Tech Leave Our Data Exposed to Criminals, China, and Other Bad Actors.” The hearing will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, November 5 at 2:30 p.m. ET in room 226 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building.
Sen. Hawley said, “Moving these agencies to the heartland will help policymakers better collaborate with the ag community they serve. The Kansas City region is home to some of the hardest working farmers and ranchers in the country and is a great place to raise a family. Today’s announcement ensures that Missouri ag will continue to be a leader in feeding the world for years to come.”
Senators Hawley, Cortez Masto, Coons, Blunt Introduces Bipartisan Bill to Help Reduce Police Officer Suicides
“Every day law enforcement officers walk into the line of fire to protect our communities. But the trauma they experience can take a heavy toll on those brave men and women who keep us safe. This bill takes positive steps toward getting our men and women in blue the support they deserve in order to heal and recover.”
The Hong Kong Be Water Act condemns the Chinese Communist Party for violations of Hongkongers’ freedoms of speech, assembly, and demonstration -- rights that Beijing previously agreed to uphold. It also calls for tough new sanctions against the government officials and others responsible for the violations.