McCaul Column

Mar 21, 2017 McCaul Newsletters

According to the latest agricultural census, the average age of the American farmer is 58 years old, and it is trending upwards. Meanwhile, there are more mouths to feed and people to clothe than ever, and farming and ranching remain challenging – and too often thankless – work.

Feb 21, 2017 McCaul Newsletters

Politicians on both sides of the aisle have spent a lot of time paying lip service to our nation’s entrepreneurs.  On one hand, we tell them they are “the cornerstone of our communities,” then on the other we promulgate regulations that stifle competitiveness and innovation rather than unleash it.  Instead of being able to focus their time on hiring and growing their industries, small business

Jan 21, 2017 McCaul Newsletters

For the first time, we are hearing our president say “radical Islamist terrorism.”  President Trump uttered these words loud and clear during his inaugural speech on January 20, 2017 and he will treat the fight for what it is – a war. Without sugar-coating, his speech marked the end of “leading from behind” and the beginning of “America first.”

Dec 21, 2016 McCaul Newsletters

Last year I had the privilege of meeting a brave young boy from Austin, Rex Ryan. I met this tenacious 4-year-old at Dell Children’s Hospital during his clinical trial for the first FDA-approved childhood cancer drug in over two decades, Unituxin.

Nov 21, 2016 McCaul Newsletters

After six wonderful weeks traveling from Austin to Houston, Congress is back to business and ready to get things done.  This month I am introducing my new monthly column.   It is important to me that residents of Texas’s Tenth Congressional District are kept up-to-date with what is going on in Washington, D.C. and back home in the district.