Louie Gohmert

Louie Gohmert

TEXAS' 1st DISTRICT

Rep. Louie Gohmert: Congress Must Block Obama's Deal With Iran

2015/03/27

For the safety of the nation and the world, the Congress needs to "defund any effort" and make illegal the Obama administration's proposed deal with Iran over its nuclear capabilities, Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert said Friday on Newsmax TV's "America's Forum."

"In the last 24 hours, the administration has already capitulated on almost every important term and now says they're not going to require verification of what Iran has," he said. "How could you ever have any kind of deal on nuclear talks if you can't even find out where they are at any given time? It's just outrageous. Having met with our allies in the Middle East, they're concerned about the U.S. being trustworthy. If you recall last year, there was a point where Egypt and Saudi Arabia joined forces to have a bombing run in Libya without telling the United States. They know they can't trust us."

While the announcement by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid that he will not seek re-election is celebrated by Republicans, Gohmert says it further diminishes any leverage Reid may have had in trying to convince the president not to go forward with the Iranian deal.

"Now he's going to be a lame duck, they know he's not going to be there and he's going to have even less leverage," said Gohmert. "He's going to be less consequential even if he takes a hardline. One of the problems with Congress is that Democrats will not stand up to Obama. They don't do that anymore."

Gohmert also expressed disgust over reports that the Pentagon in February quietly declassified a 1987 document containing details about Israel's nuclear deterrence capabilities, further evidence, he said, that the U.S. under Obama is not a trustworthy ally.

"It's outrageous," he said. "The fact that they covered up the information about France, Germany and Italy, makes it very clear this is very personal against Israel, this was done to hurt Israel and this was done to try to back them off and look at the timing. Apparently, the Pentagon quietly declassified this on Feb. 12.

"Benjamin Netanyahu was scheduled to speak to Congress on Feb. 11, that got moved to March 3 and there were continued pushes by the White House and other groups pushing to have him back off and not come at all. Not only does he not back off, they reschedule for March 3 and the Pentagon quietly declassifies this 397-page report that is just unconscionable. If you'll do this to an ally, you'll do it to anybody."

According to the Weekly Standard, the report is the first time Israel's nuclear program has ever been" officially and publically referenced by the U.S. authorities."

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Rep. Gohmert attends veteran's birthday party

2015/03/25

Gwen Jones, of Chandler, pins an award on her father, John Dudley Meadows, during his surprise 91st birthday party. Rep. Louie Gohmert paid a visit to the party to show his support for the veteran. Courtesy photo One Air Force veteran had a surprise visit from a US congressman during a recent birthday party.

John Dudley Meadows, father of Chandler resident Gwen Jones, was not expecting to attend his birthday party March 20 – with his birthday still two weeks away – and he was certainly not expecting to have Representative Louie Gohmert in attendance.

 “It was such an honor to present east Texas native, John Dudley Meadows, with the World War II Medal he earned but never received,” Gohmert said.

Meadows was presented with the Good Conduct Medal for his service in the US military.

“Congressman Gohmert's special trip to present the Good Conduct Medal to my Dad was a surprise we kept from him until Friday night (March 20) when we gave him the party for his 91st birthday 2 weeks early at the Longview VFW Hall,” Jones said. “Representative Gohmert expressed appreciation to him for his service and took time to sit and chat with him personally before the presentation. I was honored to pin the medal and ribbon on my father's shirt.”

Representative Louie Gohmert, right, shows John Dudley Meadows the Good Conduct Medal. Meadows was presented with the medal for his extraordinary military service. Courtesy photo Gohmert spoke before presenting Meadows with his award.

“Some of our military members fought heroically in foxholes and trenches, relying on supplies that were consistently brought in by plane by people who risk their lives daily, but never got much recognition, like Mr. Meadows,” Gohmert said. “For example, it was incredibly risky for Dudley Meadows to airlift supplies even in Asia and rig ways to refuel in flight by having a plane carrying extra fuel tanks drop a line with a weight on it that could be grasped and pulled into his plane to then pull down a hose that could be inserted into his own fuel tank – but they did what had to be done to keep fighters on the ground supplied. It all contributed to an Allied victory.”

Meadows joined the Army Air Corps (forerunner of the US Air Force) in December 1942. He trained at Spartan Aeronautics in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he met and later married his first wife, Jones' mother.

Jones said Meadows flew the B-29, C-124, C-47 and C-46. During World War II he flew supplies and mules along the China-Burma-India route above the Himalayan Mountains.

While in the active Air Force reserves, Meadows flew cargo missions during the Korean War and the Vietnam War until September 1970.

Meadows later retired from the reserves as a major. Some of the other countries he flew in include West Germany, Scotland, the Philippines, Japan, Canada, the Azores Islands and Spain.

Jones said Gohmert also presented Meadows with two “space pens,” which will write with or without gravity, a paperweight engraved with the Congressional seal on it combined with a magnifying glass for reading, and a US flag previously flown over the Capitol Building.

“Several other veterans attended the presentation and Rep. Gohmert took time to visit with each one that spoke to him,” Jones said. “Mr. Ken Dance, who is retired from TJC, drove over to Longview with Rep. Gohmert. Both gentlemen were very gracious, personable, and sincere; our family and friends appreciated their time and consideration given to make this event a special event for my father.”

Gohmert also expressed his gratitude for veterans such as Meadows.

“Some give their lives heroically in a matter of seconds. In Dudley Meadows’ case, he gave it, day after day, year after year for decades of valiant service in the U.S. Air Force,” Gohmert said. “We who benefited are grateful.”

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Congressman to FCC: ‘You’re playing God with the Internet’

2015/03/25

It was a fairly sleepy congressional hearing, the last in a two-week marathon of appearances by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler before lawmakers to defend his agency's net neutrality rules. But then Louie Gohmert chimed in.

Gohmert (R-Tex.), an outspoken critic of the agency's rules that prevent Internet providers from blocking Web sites or speeding some of them up over others, exploded during a House Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday. His voice rising to a shout, Gohmert threw a stream of accusations at Wheeler, complaining that the FCC had cut off Internet providers' ability to find new ways of making money.

"Before the FCC came in, everybody could explore new business models," Gohmert said. "You're playing God with the Internet … That's not your job.

"Congress wasn't asking you to take over the Internet," he added, referring to the FCC's congressional charter.

Wheeler didn't respond directly to Gohmert. But  during the hearing, he defended the FCC's new net neutrality rules. He also noted that some Republicans agree that there is a need to put some limits on Internet providers, pointing to a bill backed by Reps. Greg Walden (R-Ore.) and Fred Upton (R-Mich.), as well as Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.).

"Mr. Walden and Mr. Upton and Sen. Thune have [proposed] legislation to ban blocking, ban throttling, and ban paid prioritization — the things we ban" in the net neutrality rules, said Wheeler. "So I think there's suggestion that people other than us" believe there is a problem.

Last month, the FCC passed strict new rules for Internet providers, voting to regulate them using the same legal tools it uses to police legacy phone service. Those rules have now been challenged by two lawsuits — one from a trade group representing Internet providers, and another from a small, Texas-based broadband company.

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Congressman Gohmert Receives Club for Growth’s Defender of Economic Freedom Award

2015/03/10

The Club for Growth, America’s leading advocate for economic freedom and limited government, announced today that Congressman Gohmert has received the Defender of Economic Freedom Award for his voting record in Congress during calendar year 2014. Congressman Gohmert received a score of 97 in 2014 and has a lifetime score of 90.  

This year, only 34 Members of Congress will receive the Award. Starting in 2011, The Club for Growth required Representatives and Senators to not only score 90 or better on votes cast in a year, but to also have a lifetime score or “LifeScore” of at least 90.

“Congratulations to Congressman Gohmert for his consistent defense of economic freedom and pro-growth policies in Washington,” said Club for Growth President David McIntosh. “We need more people like Congressman Gohmert standing up for pro-growth economic principles in Washington. People deserve to know if their Congressman’s voting record in Washington matches their rhetoric back home in their district. It’s clear from his record that when Congressman Gohmert went to Washington promising to fight for the First District of Texas taxpayers, he meant it.”

“It is quite an honor to be named a ‘Defender of Economic Freedom’ by Club for Growth,’ said Congressman Louie Gohmert (TX-01).  “It has been and always will be my commitment to the people of east Texas to vote for bills that will help the economy and not hinder itIt is my belief that only when big bloated government is limited can the American taxpayers experience freedom and truly prosper.”

To learn more about the Club for Growth, please visit www.ClubforGrowth.org. To view Congressman Gohmert’s scorecard for 2014 – please click here.

 

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Louie Gohmert: Boehner Will 'Hopefully' Do Right Thing on DHS

2015/02/25

Rep. Louie Gohmert is keeping his fingers crossed that House Speaker John Boehner will put the kibosh on a Homeland Security funding vote, as long as it includes money for protecting millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.

Asked whether Boehner will bow to his conservative constituency, Gohmert, a Texas Republican, told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV:

"He said we're not caving, giving in and we're going to stand firm. That's what he said even as recently as yesterday. Hopefully, that means we're good.

"In the meantime, just in case we're not, there are growing numbers that are saying 'Hey, we promised we would not fund this unconstitutional action.'"

On Wednesday, lawmakers cleared the way for the Senate to pass funding the agency without blocking Obama's executive order for liberal immigration provisions, which include halting the deportations of millions of illegal aliens.

If that happens, it would then move to the House. But many House conservatives see it as surrender and don't want it to go to a vote. While Boehner has said the GOP won't cave, he's staying mum as to whether he'll bring the matter to a vote

Gohmert said there are Democratic senators who are squarely on the side of conservatives on the vote, but are looking for "cover."

"I know there are Democratic senators that have said 'Hey, I think what the president did is illegal and unconstitutional, but let's not vote on that together, don't make me vote on it with the funding of the DHS' because if we did that, it might actually stop the illegal amnesty and heaven forbid that we stop illegal and unconstitutional,"' he said.

"It's a little bit tough to listen to Democrats sound so pious and so wise in saying 'Let's split them and then get a separate vote so that I'll get to vote with the Republicans and that will give me cover and for all my friends and constituents back home that would vote me out of office if I had to vote on both of the DHS funding and amnesty and I didn't stop the amnesty.' This gives them cover."

Gohmert, Vice Chair of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations, said if a partial shutdown does end up happening, Republicans must be able to convince Americans that they're not to blame.

"Our leadership has not done a good job of explaining that in the past. In fact, our speaker went on the Jay Leno show and said we shut [the government] down [in 2013]," he said.

"We did not shut it down. We voted over and over to compromise. We even voted to appoint conferees to work it out and [then-Senate Majority Leader Harry] Reid would not let that come to a vote. He shut it down and so I don't know.

"Our leadership in the past has not done a good job in of articulating, but by golly, now is the time they better start." Read More

Gohmert addresses ISIS threat: 'Kill them'

2015/02/19

U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, called radical Islamists such as ISIS, “weeds” and “bugs” while speaking to farmers on Wednesday at a luncheon honoring growers across the region.

Gohmert noted recent comments by State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf, who said the U.S. should look for new approaches to dealing with terrorists, because it would be impossible to win a war on terror without addressing why recruits are joining the cause.

“We’re killing a lot of them, and we’re going to keep killing more of them. ... But we cannot win this war by killing them,” Ms. Harf said on MSNBC’s “Hardball.” “We need ... to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s lack of opportunity for jobs, whether …” Ms. Harf was interrupted by the reporter.

Gohmert disagreed.

He said placating extremists would only embolden them.

“She said we should give them jobs, because we can’t kill them all,” he said. “That’s like a farmer saying, ‘Well, we won’t kill our way through these weeds and bugs, so I guess we’ll let them do their own thing.’”

After the event, Gohmert affirmed his stance.

“The only way to deal with ISIS is to fight and kill them,” Gohmert said. “That is the only thing that has worked against radical Islam.”

Gohmert said the U.S. should stop short of putting boots on the ground but that Congress should provide military support, including training personnel and providing equipment and air support to Egypt, Jordan and other predominantly Muslim countries fighting radical terrorist groups.

Gohmert said Bush’s surge in Afghanistan was a success and that recruitment “dried up.”

The Congressman also touched on government encroachment through agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency, and regulations, such as the Clean Water Act, that hinder small farms and businesses.

Gohmert said regulations are used to control and restrict common sense utilization of private land. He said local farmers have the best interest of their consumers and the environment at heart.

Regulation results in consequences beyond the cost of small businesses but also the environment, he said.

The Endangered Species Act, and subsequent attempts by federal agencies to regulate, rather than compensate, landowners with endangered species on their land, caused them to “shoot, shovel and shut-up,” he said.

“These people are making a living off the land and you want to take that away from them?” he said. “I proposed paying landowners to report species and paying them for use of the land and I thought Democrats would be happy about that. They weren’t. That’s a liberal mindset. It never had anything to do with the endangered species, it was about control.”

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Gohmert on Texas Judge's Order to Block Obama’s Unlawful Amnesty

2015/02/17

Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) released the following statement regarding the federal judge in South Texas’ decision to temporarily halt President Obama’s unlawful blanket amnesty order: 

“The United States is a nation of laws, not royal decrees. This ruling is not only a victory for the American people, it is a big win for those hoping the U.S. will continue to follow its own Constitution. The Obama Administration needed its unfettered disregard for the law and the Constitution halted– and this ruling does just that. It reminds this President, once again, that he cannot simply speak laws into existence when he disagrees with existing law_ at least not until the American people are willing to nullify the Constitution and accept a supreme ruler.

This judge’s ruling should serve as a battering ram to break the logjam in the Senate. The bill that passed the House completely funds the Department of Homeland Security but does not fund the President's illegal amnesty. It sits waiting for a handful of Senate Democrats to vote to allow it to be debated. The Senate has the votes to pass the bill but Senate Democrats are blocking it from being debated, because of some untenable fear. Now they should overcome their fear of debate and realize the bill is both appropriate and upholds the Constitution.

Twenty-six states, led by Texas, are doing battle in federal Court in defense of the Constitution and its division of powers. They seek to prevent the President's attempt to strike existing law, legislate new law without the legislature, and unilaterally grant amnesty to millions of immigrants illegally here. This United States District judge in South Texas has previously found  the Department of Homeland Security inappropriately engaging in human trafficking and now has struck a blow for the Constitution. The ruling verifies what the American people and lawmakers alike have been echoing – this president does not have the legal authority to be the legislative, executive, and judicial branches all by himself.” 


Congressman Gohmert is the Vice Chair of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security and the Chairman of the Natural Resources Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. Prior to being elected to serve in Congress, Louie was elected to three terms as District Judge in Smith County, Texas. He was appointed by Texas Governor Rick Perry to complete a term as Chief Justice of the 12th Court of Appeals.

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Gohmert: Obama Immigration Policies To ‘Financially Damage Americans’

2015/02/12

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) is attacking the Obama administration’s immigration policies, following the release of a report revealing that for every job created in the U.S. since 2000, the government has added two immigrants.

“This new information is compounded by the fact that the President is implementing policies that would unilaterally declare illegal immigrants as ‘lawfully present’ in the United States, making job hunting even more difficult for over 90 million Americans who are eligible to work but unemployed,” he said Thursday.

This week the Center for Immigration Studies released a new analysis of Census data revealing that while 18 million legal and illegal immigrants have arrived in the U.S. since January 2000, just 9.3 million new jobs were created over the same period of time.

“This administration’s policies have slowed the growth of employment within the United States and hurt struggling Americans by making employment more difficult to find as well as drastically depressing wages,” Gohmert said. “Under the Obama Administration, this country has seen the lowest labor force participation levels since 1978. Roughly 92 million people in the Unites States are out of a job, including those who are eligible to work but have given up even trying to find a job.”

Gohmert noted that the report also showed that “native-born Americans made up 77 percent of the workforce in 2000, but less than 72 percent by the end of 2014.”

In November, President Obama announced his administration would unilaterally provide legal status and work permits to millions of undocumented immigrants — something Gohmert said shows the administration “is out of touch with the financial struggles of willing American hard-workers.”

“The unlawful executive amnesty decree, illegally created by President Obama, will double immigration rates in the country,” he said. “That will financially damage Americans legally here all the more. This President’s policies are crushing the economy and doing significant damage to hurting families who try to obey our laws.”

“It’s time for the President to start putting the needs of American workers harmed by his policies ahead of those who violate the law,” Gohmert concluded.

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Gohmert on Census Bureau’s Findings: United States Added Twice as Many Immigrants as Jobs Since 2000

2015/02/12

Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) released the following statement today regarding the new data from the Census Bureau that shows the United States added twice as many immigrants as jobs since 2000—while the number of Americans not working increased dramatically:

“It is truly astounding that the federal government has added two new immigrants for each additional job created in the United States since 2000. According to Census Bureau data, in the past 15 years there were only 9.3 million jobs created while 18 million new legal and illegal immigrants were introduced to this nation.

This new information is compounded by the fact that the President is implementing policies that would unilaterally declare illegal immigrants as “lawfully present” in the United States, making job hunting even more difficult for over 90 million Americans who are eligible to work but unemployed. It is apparent the Obama Administration is out of touch with the financial struggles of willing American hard-workers when it is putting immigrants illegally here ahead of them.

This administration’s policies have slowed the growth of employment within the United States and hurt struggling Americans by making employment more difficult to find as well as drastically depressing wages. Under the Obama Administration, this country has seen the lowest labor force participation levels since 1978. Roughly 92 million people in the Unites States are out of a job, including those who are eligible to work but have given up even trying to find a job. According to the report, native-born Americans made up 77 percent of the workforce in 2000, but less than 72 percent by the end of 2014.

Additionally, young Americans are being even more dramatically hurt by the Obama policies and amnesty actions. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, today’s typical 18- to 34-year-old earns about $2,000 less per year (adjusted for inflation) than their counterpart in 1980.’ That is truly outrageous. Yet, those younger Americans are the very people who support the President more strongly.

The unlawful executive amnesty decree illegally created by President Obama will double immigration rates in the country. That will financially damage Americans legally here all the more. This President’s policies are crushing the economy and doing significant damage to hurting families who try to obey our laws.

It’s time for the President to start putting the needs of American workers harmed by his policies ahead of those who violate the law.”

Congressman Gohmert is the Vice Chair of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security and the Chairman of the Natural Resources Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. Prior to being elected to serve in Congress, Louie was elected to three terms as District Judge in Smith County, Texas. He was appointed by Texas Governor Rick Perry to complete a term as Chief Justice of the 12th Court of Appeals.

 

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Gohmert Questions Panel on Immigration Laws

2015/02/05

In a House Judiciary Hearing this week, U.S. Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) questioned a panel of distinguished experts on enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws, sharing his experience as a former state district judge.

“I know the testimony earlier that about 50 percent of those illegally here, after being released without being deported, commit crimes against other Americans,” Gohmert said to the panel in a five-minute address, referring to a statistic mentioned earlier in the hearing. “I know as judge, when I was considering bail or bond, that was a primary consideration, the likelihood of them returning and the public safety.

“I can’t imagine releasing somebody on a (makeable) job, if both sides agree the defendant had a 50 percent chance of reoffending, committing a further crime if I let him go,” Gohmert said, calling it unconscionable.

“When we talk about the children and the women and the people across American and protection of families, my gosh, we’re releasing criminals to go after them? That is outrageous,” he said.

Gohmert said, right now, the nation is in a cycle of letting criminals go.

“The criminal law in America is something that concerns me at the federal level because of something called the Anti-deficiency Act,” he said, referring to legislation enacted by Congress to prevent the incurring of obligations or the making of expenditures (outlays) in excess of amounts available in appropriations or funds.

Gohmert said the law’s very clear that if Congress appropriates money for one purpose, it’s not to be used for another purpose unless proper steps are utilized.

He asked the panel of witnesses if they knew where the money came from to award more than 5 million work permits in Crystal City.

“I know we heard through the news there was a facility built over in Crystal City for awarding these amnesty work permits. Some of us are wondering where that money came from,” he said. “We are clamoring that they need more money but where did that money come from because I know Congress certainly was not notified that they were shifting funds from one appropriated purpose to Crystal City and to awarding these five million or so work permits that basically amount to amnesty. Do any of the witnesses know where that money came from?”

Responding to his question, witness Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center of Immigration Studies, said that is a legitimate question.

“I think that’s something that Congress should be asking because USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services), the agency that’s responsible for issuing these benefits, has not collected a single dime in fees from any future applicants for the new deferred action work permit program so, it certainly appears that they have perhaps been hoarding money skimmed from the fees paid by legal immigrants,” Vaughan said. “USCIS is funded by fees paid by legal immigrants and their sponsors for a service that they get.”

Gohmert said the issue is a problem. “We have seen reports that people, my office is helping, that came here legally as immigrants, we welcomed, trying to get a spouse in,” he said. “They have paid higher fees to try to expedite those and it turns out, this administration is illegally moving that money over to give priority to people that came in illegally; thus, putting people that are trying to do the legal immigration process a terrible disservice by putting them at the back of the line.”

Since Vaughan is in the business of investigating such i ssues, Gohmert asked her to assist his office. He also encouraged another witness on the panel, Jan C. Ting, professor of law at the Temple University Beasley School of Law, to review the Anti-deficiency Act.

“I encourage you as a law professor if you would to look at that,” he said.

Addressing Paul Babeu, sheriff of Panal County in Florence, Arizona, Gohmert informed him that Congress has the power to help law enforcement do their job without the interference of CIS.

“I hear you say, sheriff, 30 to 50 criminals per day are being released in your county alone by CIS. That’s the very people the president has called bad actors and yet his policies are responsible for letting him go upon the families of America,” Gohmert said. “I’m very concerned about the way the money is being spent.

“Congress has the power even after the Supreme Court decision in the Arizona case, to ask for help and appropriate money. Sheriff would you have any problem if we block granted money from CIS to local law enforcement to get local law enforcement to help do the job that CIS is not being allowed to do?” Gohmert asked.

The sheriff responded, “No problem, what so ever.”

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Serving his fifth term in the United States House of Representatives, Congressman Louie Gohmert was first sworn in January 4, 2005. He proudly represents the First District of Texas which encompasses over 12 counties stretching nearly 120 miles down the state’s eastern border.

During these trying economic times, Rep. Gohmert is developing innovative solutions to jumpstart our economy and offering practical alternatives to the government’s bailout frenzy. His “Federal Income Tax Holiday” gained widespread national support from the grassroots level to national leaders, allowing taxpayers to decide how best to spend their hard-earned money. Louie has repeatedly called for an end to the socialization of our economy and decried the notion that Washington Bureaucrats know better than American taxpayers.

Louie serves on numerous House committees and subcommittees. He was recently named Vice Chair of the Judiciary subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security due to his extensive knowledge stemming from years in the court room.

Prior to being elected to serve in Congress, Louie was elected to three terms as District Judge in Smith County, Texas. During his tenure on the bench, he gained national and international attention for some of his innovative rulings. He was later appointed by Texas Governor Rick Perry to complete a term as Chief Justice of the 12th Court of Appeals.

Louie received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and later graduated from Baylor School of Law. He is also a veteran having served his country as Captain in the U.S. Army.

Today, he and his wife Kathy are the proud parents of three daughters. Their family attends Green Acres Baptist Church in Tyler, where Louie has served as a deacon and still teaches Sunday school.


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Joe Barton

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John Culberson

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Kevin Brady

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Michael McCaul

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Michael Conaway

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Kay Granger

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