Rep. Randy Weber (R-Texas) and a handful of other House Republicans want the U.S. to cut off all foreign aid to Mexico and three Central American countries until they take steps to stop the flow of unaccompanied children across the U.S. border.
With an influx of women and children coming to the United States illegally from Central America, more money might soon be spent domestically while cutting down foreign aid.
United States Representative Randy Weber (R-Friendswood) on Monday introduced H.R. 5014, the Illegal Entry Accountability Act of 2014…
Texas Republican Randy Weber released a statement insisting: “Businesses and people should not have to fear the government, and the possibility of laws created to prevent the Constitutional exercise of religious beliefs”
A Texas Republican says he has a solution to mitigate the flood of unaccompanied illegal immigrant minors across the southern border.
Rep. Randy Weber introduced a bill Monday to hold Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador “accountable” for their citizens’ illegal migration by suspending foreign aid to those countries.
HOUSTON, Texas-- Congressman Randy Weber (R-TX) introduced House Resolution 652, condemning the President of the United States and the executive branch of government for continuous actions that violate the laws and Constitution of the United States. This action comes following the announcement by House Speaker John Boehner of a potential lawsuit that may be filed by the House against the Executive Branch.
House Republicans this week sponsored a resolution condemning President Barack Obama for routinely failing to enforce the law, which outlines the numerous ways Obama has taken the law into his own hands.
Rep. Randy Weber (R-Texas) proposed his resolution as a way to call out Obama for failing to work with Congress, and provoking a “constitutional crisis” by implementing the law as he sees fit.
In perhaps the most poignant moment of the hearing, Rep. Randy Weber, R-Texas, asked Andy Andrews whether, given the option, he would be willing to trade five senior Taliban leaders to have his son back.
"If my son had been a deserter, then no," Andrews said. "Absolutely not."
"But my son was a man of honor," he continued, fighting back tears, "and I would do almost anything."
Texas Republican Rep. Randy Weber made a blistering opening statement in which he claimed that America 'got one conventional weapon' in the prisoner swap, and 'some would say it's a dud.'
The enemy, however, 'got five nuclear weapons.'
'Mr. President,' Weber boomed, 'please stop negotiating for us!'
Later in the hearing, Weber asked Full what he would tell President Obama about the Bergdahl controversy, if he had the chance.
First grimacing, then smiling, Full said, 'I'm not gonna answer that.'
FREEPORT — President Barack Obama’s signature on a $12.3 billion water resources bill Tuesday is expected to help make Port Freeport’s channel-deepening project a reality.
The Water Resources Reform Development Act of 2014 reached the president’s desk after the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate overwhelmingly voted to pass the bill earlier this year.
A Houston area congressman is praising a rare compromise on Capitol Hill.
Representative Randy Weber, a Republican from Texas' 14th district, "Not only is this legislation significant to my district," he said in a press release to Eyewitness News, "but it will play a pivotal role in strengthening our nation's waterway infrastructure."