The most recent news about the “lost” IRS e-mails isn’t surprising; it’s absurd. The IRS is a huge, political bureaucracy, with a massive federal budget, that has almost no accountability to the
Posts From Congressman William Cassidy
“… to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow, and his orphan …” -A. Lincoln Second Inaugural Address On Memorial Day, we honor Americans
One of the best parts of traveling all across Louisiana is meeting so many passionate and caring people. Louisianans care about this state, the direction of the country and how
There is a reason why folks from energy-rich states across the country have been concerned about Rhea Suh becoming the Assistant Secretary of Fish, Wildlife and Parks for the U.S.
Time and time again during the health care debate, the American people were promised, “if you like your health plan, you can keep your health plan, period. No one will
Although the recent federal budget situation is now resolved, there remains intertwined issues of the debt, deficit, Obamacare and the relationship between Washington and the taxpayers who pay the bills.
Congress continues to have the lowest approval rating in history, and so many of my colleagues in Washington wonder why.
With the passage of Obamacare’s third anniversary, I’ve been thinking about all the implications of the law and, frankly, I
America’s economy, manufacturing sector and energy security is poised for a comeback if Washington is willing to get out of
As a doctor, I know it can be tempting when treating a complex disease to try and cover up the
As a practicing doctor serving in Congress, I am glad Mitt Romney and President Obama are debating Medicaid. For 20
As gasoline prices rise, it is wise to ask what our country can do to lower gas prices. Some things
By Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.), Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-Pa.), Kenneth Thorpe, Emory University American health care spending continues to rise,
Last week, I voted against the payroll tax extension. Although I gave several reasons for voting no, attention has been paid to
As the debate continues over the best way to create jobs in America, Democrats continue to claim that increasing energy
Last week, House Republicans passed the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2011. The areas of agreement
Several people have asked me what my thoughts are after the Super Committee failed to agree upon spending cuts. My
Americans are discussing the federal government’s debt and deficits. America’s budget deficits — the amount of money the United States
During the past couple years, debate has raged over how our country can create jobs and grow out of the