Rick Santorum

Posted February 18, 2011

America used to pride itself on the acceptance of differences toward the larger purpose of building a better America.

Posted April 22, 2007

In September 1996, I stood on the floor of the United States Senate to respond to Sen. Barbara Boxer's comment that I was ignoring the "cries" of the women who came to Washington to lobby for the sustaining of President Clinton's veto of the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act.

Posted March 22, 2007

It is disappointing that Rep. John Murtha, D-Johnstown, is portraying his efforts to cut funding for troops deploying to Iraq as an attempt to fix problems with our military when he previously told the liberal organization MoveOn.org that his real motivation was to ensure that the military "won't be able to continue" with its new Iraq strategy to secure Baghdad.

Posted June 20, 2006

Today is Religious Freedom Day on Capitol Hill, a special day dedicated to bringing greater awareness to, and understanding of, the plight of the religiously oppressed

Posted June 08, 2006

There is an oft-repeated quote attributed to Ben Franklin that reads, "Certainty? In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes." Mr. Franklin, I suspect, would be stunned to learn that in America today, he could face both certainties at the same time, his death proving to be an unexpectedly expensive proposition. 

Posted May 19, 2006

Three years have passed since President Bush committed America to the "massive and complicated undertaking" of fighting AIDS on a global scale. And the question that confronts the Congress is this: are we going to stay the course and prioritize funding the fight, or are we going to cut back?

Posted May 08, 2006

In nations like China, Iran, and Saudi Arabia, state-sponsored religious persecution often infects other areas of civil society and stifles other personal freedoms. The case of Hao Wu in China demonstrates this reality.

Posted December 23, 2005

Throughout our nation's distinguished history, America has often been thrust into periods of armed conflict that have tested the will of our citizens.

Posted November 23, 2005

Sen. Rick Santorum offers thoughts on religious freedom and giving thanks in America... (more)

Posted November 17, 2005

Now is the time for midcourse corrections to ensure the success of the conservative movement, as well as the American experiment. With that mission in mind, I would like to make a few suggestions of my own.