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President Trump asked his Cabinet secretaries Wednesday to cut their budgets by 5 percent, mindful that the government reported a $117 billion increase in the federal deficit just three weeks ahead of the midterm elections.
AUSTIN, TEXAS — Overnight heavy rain left a wide swath of destruction across Central Texas on Tuesday, prompting the governor to issue a disaster declaration for 18 Texas counties affected by severe weather and flooding.
June 14, 2017, was the worst day of my life. It was the day I faced my own mortality at the hands of a shooter who was so enraged and blinded by his own political beliefs that he turned to violence as a means of retribution.
Congressman Roger Williams who represents the 25th Congressional District of Texas earned a hat trick from the National Federation of Independent Businessrecently for his continued support of and advocacy on behalf of small businesses in Texas and across the United States.
It was a difficult day for Clifford Petrey, as Fort Hood honored him and remembered Soldiers still listed as prisoners of war and missing in action Friday during the post’s annual POW/MIA Recognition Day wreath laying ceremony at Abrams Physical Fitness Center.
FORT HOOD, TX - Congressman Roger Williams, whose district includes Fort Hood, was the keynote speaker at Fort Hood's POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony.
The ceremony was part of National POW/MIA Recognition Day which is observed on the third Friday in September, a date not associated with any particular war.
FORT HOOD, Texas — Congressman Roger Williams attended a ceremony Friday on Fort Hood to honor former prisoners of war and those missing in action.
The POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony was held at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center and included a special wreath-laying.
His platform is the same as it has always been: lower taxes, less government, cut the spending, defend the borders, listen to your generals, understand the 10th amendment and stand with Israel.
That’s what Rep. Roger Williams is all about.
“Our platform is always that,” Williams said. “We never get out of that.”
Senior leaders from Fort Hood joined Army leadership and Texas state officials on Friday in standing up the new U.S. Army Futures Command in Austin.
The command is expected to employ about 500 people, primarily civilians, and will operate out of the University of Texas System’s new downtown headquarters, which is surrounded by nearby startups and tech incubators.