I was the first boy in the Kennedy family to graduate from college.
Ethanol and biodiesel allow people to burn a cleaner form of energy.
As a Member of Congress, I've continued my family's tradition of focusing on education.
Part of Washington keeping its promises is a focus on directing more dollars into our local classrooms.
The lack of substantial resources and staffing along the Northern U.S. border poses a real security threat.
Few things are more important to each individual's future success or to our nation's prosperity than education.
Too many vital education dollars that should be spent in the classroom are bouncing around in the federal bureaucracy.
We must conserve our environment and pass it on to our children in as good or better condition than it was passed to us.
There are some scary statistics out there: one in five kids aged 10-17 have received a sexual solicitation or approach via the Internet.
The Internet is a great information tool, and can be a place where kids learn, but we must remember that when kids are online, they are in public.