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ENG: Michael Shumway "Mike" Lee (born June 4, 1971) is the junior United States Senator from Utah and a member of the Republican Party and supported by the Tea Party movement. Lee has been a constitutional lawyer in Utah and Washington, D.C, in addition to serving as a clerk for then-Judge Samuel A. Alito, Jr.. His father, Rex E. Lee, was the founding dean of Brigham Young University's J. Reuben Clark Law School. At the age of 40, Lee is the youngest current U.S. Senator. Early life Mike Lee was born in Mesa, Arizona on June 4, 1971. His family moved to Provo, Utah one year later when his father, Rex E. Lee, became the founding dean of Brigham Young University's J. Reuben Clark Law School. While Lee spent about half of his childhood years in Utah, he spent the other half in McLean, ...
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Sen. Mike Lee, another GOP Idealist Against the Ideologues?

When political idealists battle political ideologues, the idealists usually lose. During the Friday, July 1 airing of FOX's Freedom Watch television show, host Judge Andrew Napolitano interviewed Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee concerning the debate in Congress over raising the federal debt limit. Napolitano opposes raising it. Lee, a frequent guest on his show, and a newly-elected, outspoken conservative, said he's prepared to raise the debt ceiling in exchange for a pledge from Democrat Senators to support a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Lee used the analogy of a ...

Sen. Mike Lee Predicts Debt-Ceiling Deal

After Sen. John McCain of Arizona lambasted newly elected fellow Republican senators for insisting that a debt-ceiling deal include a vote on a balanced budget amendment, we asked one of those recently elected Republican senators to weigh in. “I wouldn't call any plan 'bizarro' that 75 percent of the American people support. That's how Americans feel about the need for a balanced budget amendment,” Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, said, pointing to the passage of the “Cut, Cap and Balance Act” in the House and its support among Republicans in the Senate before Democrats voted to ...

Sen. Lee on the Need for a Balanced Budget Amendment

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) is a man on a mission. The freshman senator came to Washington after defeating an incumbent Republican, angering some in the GOP establishment but exciting Tea Party activists for his desire to end Washington’s reckless spending. He hasn’t disappointed. Lee wasted little time crusading for a Balanced Budget Amendment, bringing together different factions of the GOP earlier this year to coalesce around a single goal. Now that the country is engaged in a debate over the debt limit, Lee is seizing the moment to promote a plan that would finally provide ...

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Lee Responds to Updated Religious Freedom Regulations in the Air Force
WASHINGTON – Today, Senator Mike Lee released the following statement in response to the recent decision by the Air Force to strengthen its rules protecting religious expression. The updated regulations clarify policy language in the Air Force Instruction 1-1 in order to accommodate for all Airmen the individual expression of religious belief. The revised rules were the result of an internal review of Air Force policy, following revised language on religious freedom in the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act, which Senator Lee had encouraged earlier this year as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee: “Congress made it clear in the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act that the Department of Defense needs to do more to protect the freedom of our service-members to practice and express their religious beliefs while serving our country. As a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee who has worked for these protections, I am encouraged to see the Air F
If men were angels, no government would be necessary
In 2013, the country learned that the government, specifically the National Security Agency, had been collecting and storing enormous amounts of information about American citizens, and that the data collection was not limited to those suspected of terrorist activity.  Many were very concerned about how much and what kind of data was being collected and whether or not the information could be or had been abused by government officials.  Today, proponents of the metadata program claim that it cannot be used to identify ordinary Americans.  But earlier this year, researchers at Stanford University proved that the type of metadata collected under Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act could be used to uncover a lot of information, including a person’s politics, what medications you’re on, where you go to church, and more. This USA Freedom Act is bipartisan legislation that ends bulk collection of metadata by the NSA, and helps address the problem of the American go
Lee Responds to President’s Executive Order on Amnesty
WASHINGTON – Today, Senator Mike Lee responded to President Obama’s executive order on amnesty: “In a desperate attempt to remain relevant, the President has decided to defy the American people, ignore the election results, and usurp the legislative process. This act demonstrates he respects neither election outcomes, nor the rule of law. It will make the humanitarian crisis at the border worse, and could potentially create a constitutional crisis within our republic. Congress must respond to restore the proper checks and balances to our constitutional order, and it must do so quickly and forcefully. I hope and expect there are a number of Democrats who are tired of being asked to protect the President, often at great political cost. It’s time for them to stand with the American people.”
Lee Responds to President’s Statement on Net Neutrality
WASHINGTON – Today, Senator Mike Lee released the following statement in response the President’s announcement on net neutrality: “The President’s suggestion that the FCC reclassify the Internet as a public utility, and subject it to the most pervasive and suffocating kind of government regulation, is dangerous. The Internet has flourished precisely because it has been open and free of just this kind of government control. The President’s policy would threaten to break the Internet—and stifle innovation in the most vibrant sector of our economy." “To keep creating jobs and opportunities for the American people, the Internet needs to be free, and protected – by Congress if necessary - from another dysfunctional government takeover." “Critics of the status quo are right to push for reform and it’s been almost twenty years since Congress updated The Communications Act. But net neutrality is a regulatory framework designed for rai

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