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Friday September 11, 2001: The President’s Lecture

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Click here to read Congressman Campbell’s Laptop on the President’s Speech this week.

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September 11, 2001

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Remembering the 8th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001.

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Healthcare Center

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Click Here to see Congressman Campbell’s Health Care Center

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Confounding America’s Ideals – Washington Times

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 Cost-benefit analysis vs. American citizens’ lives

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A Right to Health Care? – OCRegister

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Click here to read my recent Op-Ed in the Orange County Register

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From Car Lots to Congress – Politico

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Before coming to Washington, members of Congress typically build their reputations – and often their fortunes – on respected professional…

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Constituent Services
Campbell Opposes Democrat ‘Cap and Tax’ Legislation June 26, 2009

WASHINGTON – Today House Democrats strong armed H.R. 2454, the Clean Energy and Security Act, otherwise known as ‘Cap and Tax’ legislation through the House of Representatives. It passed by a vote of 219 to 212.

Confounding America’s Ideals – Washington Times August 02, 2009

Prior to the founding of the United States, political theorist and philosopher John Locke developed the theory that government derives its power and authority from the consent of the governed. Benjamin Franklin once wrote that “in free governments the rulers are the servants and the people their superiors and sovereigns.” These are the principles that are fundamental to the American system and have helped shape the nation we know and love today.

Friday September 11, 2001: The President’s Lecture September 11, 2009
Many of you probably watched the President’s Wednesday night address to a joint session of Congress on health care. Such addresses to a joint session are usually done for the State of the Union or a national military emergency (9/11). It is quite rare to use this for a single policy address.
Amidst the Lulls of the Congressional Recess August 18, 2009
Amidst the lulls of the August recess, The Hill, a Capitol Hill newspaper, featured a story on spending increases on the costs of earmarks, and I would be remiss if I didn’t at least bring it to your attention.