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As we honor veterans, we must move to fix the VA

Happy Memorial Day! This week marks one of our nation’s most sacred holidays. Although we should be thankful each and every day, we set aside this day to come together with family, friends, and neighbors to honor and remember members of the United States Armed Forces who have died while serving our country. This is […]

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The horror of human trafficking must be wiped out

Someone once said, “You cannot change what you refuse to confront.” For many, the notion of human slavery is farfetched and foreign — something from a bygone era that has no place in our modern, civilized society. However, the reality paints a much darker picture and one that we cannot afford to stand idly by […]

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Nothing partisan about Benghazi probe

In The Federalist No. 51, James Madison wrote in defense of a constitution that would establish a system of checks and balances to constrain the government’s oppression of the public. Madison eloquently stated, “If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government […]

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The American People Deserve the Truth

I’m very pleased with the decision to create a special committee to investigate the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate because the American people deserve answers It’s now clear the White House was deliberately involved in a cover-up and the truth is long overdue. Share thisTweet

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Richard Hudson on Morning Briefing

Richard Hudson talks with Tim Farley on Sirius/Xm’s POTUS Radio on the Benghazi attacks and investigating the truth. Listen to the interview below: Share thisTweet

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Lawmakers address energy, fuel tax concerns at business forum

Richmond County business owners and elected officials came together on Wednesday to discuss issues that may affect the future business and taxes in the county. North Carolina Rep. Ken Goodman, Rep. Garland Pierce, Sen. Gene McLaurin and Congressman Richard Hudson came together at Cole Auditorium in Hamlet to answer questions from residents concerning the county. […]

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Economic drivers revving up in the 8th district

This has been a great week in North Carolina. I’ve been traveling the district, visiting local tourist attractions and discussing issues of importance with local stakeholders to highlight the positive impact that tourism has on the Eighth District’s economy by creating jobs and driving commerce. Tourism is such an important industry to North Carolina and […]

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