Congressman Jim Bridenstine

Representing the 1st District of Oklahoma
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Sep 23, 2014 In The News

TULSA, Oklahoma -Every year, 100,000 American children are sexually exploited; either forced into prostitution or made to participate in child pornography.

Jul 28, 2014 In The News

Rep. Jim Bridenstine, a freshman congressman and Navy pilot whose military awards decorate his Capitol Hill office, holds a special affection for fellow servicemen.

Jun 17, 2014 In The News

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” So said the great British politician and philosopher, Edmund Burke.

Jun 4, 2014 In The News

The Justice Department is updating a report on how armed the federal government is.

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Sep 18, 2014 Press Release

Ceremonies at the White House, the Pentagon, and in Oklahoma over the past few days have recognized Army Specialist Four Donald P. Sloat from Coweta, Oklahoma.  Spc. 4 Sloat was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for his heroic act that saved the lives of his companions during the Vietnam War.

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Sep 17, 2014 Press Release

The House of Representatives passed a Continuing Resolution (CR) today with an amendment to authorize the President’s plan to arm Syrian rebels to oppose ISIS.  Congressman Jim Bridenstine voted NO on both.

Sep 17, 2014 Jim's Blog

In 1787, fifty-five delegates from twelve states began the process of drafting the United States Constitution. Eventually, only thirty-nine of the fifty-five delegates signed the final draft. These men from across a new nation could not have disagreed more about the framing of government. Many, such as Alexander Hamilton, favored a larger, stronger centralized government.

Sep 9, 2014 Jim's Blog

I cosponsored and today I voted in favor of the Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act, H.R. 5078. Time and time again, we have seen this administration use the regulatory process to increase the federal government’s authority, bypass Congressional intent, and trample on states’ rights.

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