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The U.S. Representative for Texas's 10th congressional district, serving since 2005.
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ENG: Michael Thomas McCaul, Sr. (born January 14, 1962) is the U.S. Representative for Texas's 10th congressional district, serving since 2005. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district stretches from Austin to Houston. Early life, education, and law career McCaul grew up in suburban Dallas to a fourth generation Texan family. He graduated from Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in history from San Antonio's Trinity University in 1984 and his Juris Doctor from St. Mary's University in 1987. McCaul also attended Harvard University, taking courses in the Kennedy School of Government. McCaul worked as an attorney and a federal prosecutor before entering politics. He was the Chief of Counterterrorism and National Security for Texas's ...
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McCaul co-spons. bill to free religious organisations of ...

... ABORTION, STERILIZATION REQUIREMENTS In the wake of the recent decision by the Obama administration requiring insurance providers – including faith–based employers – to cover sterilization and abortion–inducing services, Congressman Michael McCaul (R–TX) signed on to the Religious Liberty Protection Act of 2012. H.R. 3982 would lift the requirement of religious organizations to provide coverage for services that violate their moral conscience. "Like President Obama, I was elected to defend the Constitution of the United States. If the president will not ...

McCaul Family's Pipeline Holdings Stir Controversy

Legislation cracking down on insider trading by members of Congress hasn’t landed on the floor of the U.S. House yet, but it’s already become a political football in Congressional District 10. That’s because the Democrat who wants that seat, international affairs consultant Dan Grant, is alleging that incumbent Rep.Michael McCaul, R-Austin, is benefiting from lax ethics rules for U.S. representatives and senators — rules the pending U.S. STOCK Act would help strengthen. McCaul says his opponent is flat wrong. At the heart of the dispute is the McCaul family’s ...

McCaul Richest Congr.Will Profit from Canada’s Oil/Tar Sands

Can a congressman be biased if he own assets in areas involving Canada’s oil sands or tar sands and the Keystone XL, especally when Congress is in a heated debate over those issues with President Obama. The Keystone XL is one of the most hot button issue that is being floated on the hill and is being pushed by Republicans, and who else besides but the Richest man in Congress will profit. Plans for the Keystone began in 2008. As a coinciedence McCaul would own assets in the Canadian Natural Resources Limitd. McCaul would have likely profited in the future with the company but in the ...

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Michael McCaul: Iran’s "regime is responsible for more than 1,000 American casualties during the Iraq war" and "has plotted a terrorist attack here in our nation's capital."
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Michael McCaul says Iran to blame for more than 1,000 U.S. casualties in Iraq, plot to attack D.C. Iran, a Texas congressman says, warrants blame for American casualties in Iraq and plotting an attack in Washington, D.C. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Austin, chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security, delivered the Republican Party’s Sept. 12, 2015, weekly address, speaking mostly about why he opposes the Iran nuclear agreement announced a couple months before. Fourteen years after the 9/11 attacks, McCaul said, "the struggle continues. … We cannot forget that the radical Shi'a regime in Iran remains the world's leading sponsor of terrorism. Iran's leaders have called for our defeat and the destruction of our close ... >> More
Michael McCaul: More money is dedicated within the Department of Homeland Security to climate change than what's spent combating "Islamist terrorists radicalizing over the Internet in the United S
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Does Homeland Security put more money into climate change than stopping online terrorism recruiting? Federal officials have been warning for several years that violent Islamic extremists are using the Internet to inspire people already in America to commit acts of terror. The shootings in Garland, Texas, seemed a textbook example. According to CNN, two men in Arizona responded to social media from overseas and set out to gun down people at an anti-Islamic gathering. Although the FBI had been tracking one of the men and had alerted Texas law enforcement, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, faults the White House for not doing enough to stop this ... >> More
Michael McCaul: Western Europeans "can fly in the United States without even having a visa."
The Truth-o-Meter says: True | McCaul: Western Europeans can fly to U.S. without a visa The slayings in France have raised awareness that terrorist threats can spring up on European soil. And if terrorists can emerge there among people holding European passports, they could come here. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, highlighted that risk during an interview on CBS News’ Face the Nation on Sunday. McCaul worried about jihadists who, like one of the killers in France, trained with terrorists in Yemen and returned to France. McCaul said tracking them is pivotal. "Western Europe, again, is more lenient in their travel restrictions," McCaul said. "And we have a visa waiver-free system where they can ... >> More
Michael McCaul: President Barack Obama "said over 20 times he did not have the legal authority" to act as he did on immigration.
The Truth-o-Meter says: Mostly True | Michael McCaul says Obama said 'over 20 times' he lacked authority to act alone on immigration Echoing the U.S. House speaker, Rep. Michael McCaul of Austin charged President Barack Obama with disregarding many of his own statements by declaring the government would stop deporting millions of unauthorized residents. At a Dec. 2, 2014, hearing, McCaul, the Republican chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson: "The president said over 20 times that he did not have the legal authority to do this, to take this executive action, and that this is not how democracy works. Do you agree with that prior statement?" Johnson replied: "Mr. Chairman, I know from 30 ... >> More

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