Last December, the United States became a net exporter of oil, breaking an almost continuous 75-year streak of dependence on foreign oil, and is now the world’s eighth largest oil exporter. This was not always the case. I remember serving at the DMZ in Korea, where we only had heat three hou…

Last year, I wrote about the incredible number of choices in your supermarket’s dairy case. What was once a simple choice between “sweet” milk and buttermilk has exploded into more flavors than Donny Osmond has teeth.

This August, I had the honor of visiting Israel with a congressional delegation to renew and strengthen the unique friendship between our two countries, to learn more about their culture firsthand, and to advocate for greater economic cooperation in several areas of joint interest. Given the…

“It makes my ears bleed!” “It makes me feel sick!” “It makes my hair stand on end!”

This month, I’ve been privileged to meet with East Tennesseans and listen to their ideas and concerns. I met with leaders from different groups in our communities including: housing officials, volunteer firefighters, women business leaders, students, educators, veterans, doctors, pastors, st…