January 21, 2019 Editorial
When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took the gavel as Speaker of the House, she said "I now call the House to order on behalf of all of America's children." No one can argue with that as far as it goes. However, the deep irony of those words is that later the same day, she tried to use the hard-earned money of taxpayers to end the lives of unborn children overseas.
December 18, 2018 Editorial
An attack on America’s space assets would deal a devastating blow to our everyday way of life. When we think about satellite technology, many think first about satellite television or the Global Positioning System we use to help navigate around town. Cellphone towers are dependent on the timing signals sent from GPS satellites to correctly synchronize and ensure our access to the network. Likewise, those same timing signals are used by computer networks, financial markets, and even some electrical power grids around the country. Other technologies housed in space are responsible for things like weather forecasts, ATM access and credit card usage. Without satellite networks, nearly every form of digital communication would be severely degraded as bandwidth limitations in ground-based communication pipes would reduce speed and reliability almost instantly. In other words, our way of life is dependent on consistent and assured access to satellite-enabled technology.
November 30, 2018 Editorial
For the first time in a free trade agreement, sexual orientation and gender identity language (SOGI) is contained within President Trump’s U.S.-Mexico-Canada-Agreement (USMCA). At Canada’s insistence, Article 23 of the agreement redefines the word “sex” to include “sexual orientation and gender identity.” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is calling it a “win” for the LGBT community. But it is a loss for American sovereignty.
November 12, 2018 Editorial
Today, international attention is heavily focused on restraining Iran’s aspiration to develop nuclear weapons. Tehran, however, is using a large portion of its resources to increase its power by creating a continental corridor of terror, running from Tehran to the Mediterranean Sea. Syria is a critical piece of this corridor.
January 23, 2018 Editorial

The greatest change to the U.S. tax code in over 30 years, which I strongly supported, was signed into law last month. Yet its impact is already being felt – companies are hiring, employment is up, take home pay for working families has increased, junior employees are receiving end-of-year bonuses, the stock market soars and the list goes on.

January 19, 2018 Editorial

For 45 years, tens of thousands have gathered in the nation's capital around the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision to express support for the pre-born and their mothers. The March for Life can be a sober reminder of a broken world where many women and men believe their only option in the face of an unexpected pregnancy is abortion.

December 5, 2017 Editorial

By Congressman Doug Lamborn

Jack Phillips faces a moral dilemma right now.

Phillips owns Masterpiece Cake Shop in my home state of Colorado and is known for his beautifully decorated cakes for special events. He is also known for his delicious cookies, brownies, and other treats that are ready-made for anyone to buy fresh from his bakery.

November 30, 2017 Editorial

By Congressman Doug Lamborn

There is a growing conversation about the future of access to veterans' health care across the nation. As the longest war continues, it is more apparent that the answer for a previous generation of veterans has fallen significantly short in supporting the needs of Post-911 veterans.