News Bridenstine Amendment Adopted to Speed up LNG Exports

Oklahoma U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine walked away with a victory in the House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday when it adopted his amendment to speed up Energy Department decisions on approving Liquefied Natural Gas exports. He called it a “big win” for Oklahoma’s natural gas industry since the state is the fourth largest natural gas producing… View Article

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The Bridenstine campaign is in full swing and we have a number of opportunities for you to get involved.  If you haven’t signed up to receive volunteer emails please sign up now. Volunteer at the Bridenstine Booth: Metcalf Gun Show at Tulsa Expo: Saturday, April 30 – need 2 volunteers from 9am to 1pm and 1pm to 5pm. Sunday, May… View Article

National Right to Life Endorses Rep. Bridenstine’s Re-election

Congressman Bridenstine is proud to announce he has received endorsement for re-election from the National Right to Live Committee.

Campaign Update

Space is a new frontier, so are the laws governing it

The idea of a company exploring for commercial reasons is nothing new. While exploration has always been conducted to satisfy human curiosity, it has almost always had an economic rationale as well.

Rep. Bridenstine Opposes Executive Gun Control

This week, the President announced that he is once again usurping the legislative power of Congress by announcing several gun control executive actions that will infringe on the 2nd Amendment rights of law-abiding Americans. Ironically, the proposals put forward will do nothing to prevent gun crime and mass shootings and I’m confident that they will be challenged in court and ultimately vacated.

Congress Can and Should Still Defund Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest abortion provider and harvests and sells baby parts. Federal funding for Planned Parenthood should stop. Congress can and should defund Planned Parenthood in the pending “Omnibus” spending bill.

Rep. Bridenstine Votes “No” on Continuing Resolution

Today I voted “No” on the Continuing Resolution (CR) funding bill. I believe that CRs are are a failure to govern, a failure to represent the people, and a failure to utilize the power of the purse as a constitutional check on the executive branch.

Rep. Bridenstine to Lead House Environment Subcommittee

Oklahoma congressman Jim Bridenstine (R) has been named chairman of the House Subcommittee on Environment.

Why I Will Not Vote for John Boehner to Be House Speaker

The day after Republicans won the largest majority in the House of Representatives in almost 100 years and won a significant majority in the Senate, our liberal activist president claimed to hear the voices of all the people who didn’t vote. It was another example of stunning obstinacy from this president.

Oklahoma Rep. Jim Bridenstine Wants “Unfettered Access” to Fort Sill Facility Holding Minors

Rep. Jim Bridenstine said Monday that he wants “unfettered access” to the Fort Sill facility housing unaccompanied alien children, and he criticized the media tour scheduled for Thursday at the U.S. Army post in southwestern Oklahoma.

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