"I strongly condemn this attack in the Afghan capital of Kabul."

Recently, Speaker Ryan held a Facebook Live Q&A with Rep. Martha McSally (R-AZ), a 26-year veteran and the first American woman to fly a plane in combat.


On June 12, at 5:02 a.m., an explosive charge was detonated to breach the outer wall of Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Fewer than 13 minutes later, the terrorist who cut short the lives of so many innocent Americans was killed.

The men and women who wear the badge and did not hesitate to act that night—and every night in city after city across the United States—deserve our thanks.

"Our hearts are with the victims of what appears to be yet another unconscionable act of terror."

On Friday, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) introduced the Homeland Safety and Security Act (H.R. 5611), which comes in response to a spate of terrorist attacks across the globe, including the heinous assault in Orlando.

“While the enemy’s tactics are evolving, the Obama administration’s strategy to defeat radical Islamist extremism is not. We have to step up our game."

"This isn’t trying to come up with a solution to a problem. This is trying to get attention.”

Over the weekend, our country was once again attacked by radical Islamic extremism. The mourning process will take time, and while we pray for the victims and their loved ones, we continue our vigilance against homegrown terrorism.

"Our security depends on our refusal to back down in the face of terror. We never will."

"This strike is a reminder that we remain a nation at war."

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