We are a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants.
It's clear that we need comprehensive immigration reform.
The freedom to convert is fundamental to freedom of religion.
We should be trying to make education less expensive, not more.
So I submit to my colleagues here today that hydrogen is not as far away as we think it is.
We added Medicare Part D to a system facing bankruptcy and gave no thought to means testing it.
I voted for the Deficit Reduction Package with significant heartburn over the student aid provisions.
We in Congress need to support the American forces in every conceivable way, giving them the tools to continue to convert, capture or kill terrorists and the time to equip the Iraqi security forces.
NSF is the only federal agency with a proven track record of selecting education projects through a rigorous, careful and competitive process that draws on a wide variety of experts from outside government.
For example, a breakthrough in better batteries could supplant hydrogen. Better solar cells could replace or win out in this race to the fuel of the future. Those, I see, as the three big competitors: hydrogen, solar cells and then better batteries.