This bill puts Congress in charge of deciding our nation's climate-change policy, not EPA bureaucratsClimate rules bill flags 'EPA bureaucrats' Mar 03, 2011
Certain extremist groups will try and use this to further their own political agendas, namely to eradicate the use of coal in this countryTenn. sludge disaster sparks larger coal power debate Jan 09, 2009
If you want terrorists to live here, then vote against this amendmentSenate rejects bar to prison upgrade funds Nov 17, 2009
China had promised to provide media covering the games with the same access and freedoms enjoyed at all other Olympic GamesSenators write to IOC on China's spying Jul 31, 2008
There is not an entitlement for language, other than the English language, to be given to people who want government servicesEnglish proposed as 'national' language Jun 01, 2007
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James Mountain "Jim" Inhofe (pronounced /ˈɪnhɒf/; born November 17, 1934) is an American politician from Oklahoma. He is a member of the Republican Party and currently serves as the senior Senator from Oklahoma. A former the State Representative and Senator, Inhofe served eight years in the United States Congress before election to the Senate in 1994.