When America competes, the world benefits

For decades, the United States has remained at the forefront of game-changing innovation and scientific accomplishment, far ahead of all other nations. But countries around the world are actively seeking to compete with the next generation of American innovators and scientists. As China prioritizes major research and development projects, and India graduates thousands more scientists and engineers, the U.S. faces significant challenges in the global marketplace. These challenges are precisely w… Continue Reading


U.S. position in the world depends on Trans-Pacific Partnership

While recent attention has been focused on violent conflicts in the Middle East, an economic battle is brewing in the Pacific. The United States is on the brink of concluding one of the most important trade deals in generations, but China, national labor union leaders, and anti-consumer interests are trying to derail it. Now it's Congress's job to make sure that doesn't happen. Since 2008, the United States has been negotiating a high-standard multilateral trade agreement known as the Trans-Pac… Continue Reading


Cory Gardner: Don't allow a nuclear-armed Iran

As the Obama administration announces its framework of an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, Coloradans would be well-served to remember the nature of the regime on the other side of the bargaining table. Following the Islamic Revolution in Iran, the ruling mullahs held 52 American diplomats hostage for 444 days, releasing them only on Jan. 20, 1981, the day President Ronald Reagan was sworn into office. Two years later, on April 18, 1983, a truck laden with explosives rammed into th… Continue Reading

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