Our nation must make a ... bold commitment to invest to in the future of our country by tripling the innovation budget -- federal basic research and development -- over the next decadeRep. Wolf asks triple basic research money May 04, 2005
The remarks are made in the nation's capital in the safe environment of a Senate caucus roomRep. Wolf: Stand with Vietnam dissidents May 09, 2003
When people in the Carter administration and Reagan administration went to the Soviet Union, they met with the dissidents. They went into the synagogues; they went into the churches; they went into the apartments of the people. They stood with them and publicly identified with them. And that really emboldened the dissidents and also sent a message to the Soviet Union that we know who these people are and we're standing with them. (Andrei) Sakharov, (Natan) Sharansky. Where are the names of all the political prisoners? Is the ambassador speaking outRep. Wolf: Stand with Vietnam dissidents May 09, 2003
In our quest to create a better, faster, more agile FBI, we have to be careful not to trample on the rights granted to every American under the ConstitutionMueller promises FBI will respect rights Jun 21, 2002
It is a sad commentary that your bottom line today is more important to your company than the lives of young people tempted to drink or recovering alcoholics trying to beat their diseaseLiving Today: Issues of modern living Dec 24, 2001
Frank Rudolph Wolf (born January 30, 1939) is the U.S. Representative for Virginia's 10th congressional district, serving since 1981. He is a member of the Republican Party.
Wolf was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He overcame a speech impediment, a stutter, early in life. He attended Pennsylvania State University where he was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity and earned a degree in political science. He received a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center. He then joined the United States Army as a reservist and became a lawyer for the military.
Wolf got his start in politics when he became a legislative assistant to U.S. Representative Edward Biester, beginning in 1968. From 1971 to 1975, Wolf served as an assistant to Secretary of the Interior Rogers Morton.