Trump said yesterday no one cares about his tax returns. @RonWyden & I have a bill requiring their release. Retweet this if you agree w us.
Your "thoughts" should be about steps to take to stop this carnage. Your "prayers" should be for forgiveness if you do nothing - again.
I will vote NO on Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education. Education has always been personal to me - my mom was a teacher, both of my young sons are in public school, and my wife, a former teacher, has spent her career advocating for low-income students. Every child in this country deserves to have access to a quality education - no matter where they live, the color of their skin, how they learn, or how much money their family has. After meeting with Betsy DeVos one-on-one and listening to her responses in the committee hearing, I cannot support her nomination to be the next Secretary of Education. Mrs. DeVos said she supports the rollback of gun-free zones in schools, making students less safe. Her answer to my question about guns in schools, which went viral on the internet, was deeply troubling. And when asked about federal laws protecting students with disabilities, she failed to say she'd enforce them, which is beyond frightening for kids with disabilities and their families. The only thing more frightening is that her shaky answer on protecting kids with disabilities may have been caused by the fact that she didn't actually know we have a federal law protecting these kids. But most importantly, I've heard from thousands and thousands of my constituents that they do not want Mrs. DeVos and the policies she is proposing anywhere near their children's schools. She has called public schools a "dead end" for kids. Sure, public schools need to get better, but we cannot have a Secretary of Education who will make it her mission to empty out our public schools and hand the reins of our kids' education over to Wall Street and for-profit school operators. I will oppose her nomination.
We bomb your country, creating a humanitarian nightmare, then lock you inside. That's a horror movie, not a foreign policy.