Former U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) recently came to Donald Trump's defense regarding his fourth indictment in Georgia for alleged election fraud, racketeering and various other charges.
Former Congressman Mo Brooks came out over the weekend in support of former Vice President Mike Pence in his upcoming bid for U.S. President.
On Sunday, the Alabama GOP Ethics Committee dismissed the ethics complaint against former Congressman Mo Brooks by State Department of Education vice president Wayne Reynolds.
If you do not want frivolous dumb ethics complaints made against you, don't say dumb unsubstantiated things on the public airwaves.
Former Congressman Mo Brooks is calling for an in-person hearing to oppose the “frivolous complaint” filed against him by Alabama State Department of Education vice president Wayne Reynolds.
I am sick of seeing ugly shows of self-inflicted pain done in vain. I am nauseated from witnessing conservative politicians fall on the sword of their principles to no considerable effect whatsoever.
Former U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks is on the receiving end of an ethics complaint from State Department of Education vice president Wayne Reynolds after Brooks claimed Communist China played a role in his U.S. Senate Republican primary defeat last year.
During a lengthy appearance on Montgomery radio NewsTalk 93.1's "Health & Wealth" program last week, former U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) said Communist China played a role in his U.S. Senate Republican primary defeat last year.
Given the imminent threats posed by Russia and China, The Examiner argued that Peterson Space Force Base in Colorado is a better strategic option when it comes to national security and said that Alabama's Redstone Arsenal was a "reckless" choice.
Former U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks has a bone to pick with U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile).
"I guarantee, if Mo Brooks was still in office, he would be the first one screaming ‘We need it, we deserve it.’”
Though no longer in office, former U.S. Congressman Mo Brooks is still speaking out against government corruption and the influence of special interest groups.
Congressional compensation increases should be used to attract better candidates for Congress, not reward those who happen to win.
As of noon Tuesday, Mo Brooks was retired from the U.S. House of Representatives. He is now focusing on family and enjoying life at the lake in Guntersville. But after representing Alabama’s Fifth Congressional District for five terms, he will likely stay aware of what’s going on in Washington.
Alabama Congressmen are criticizing House Democrats after the Ways and Means Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives released former President Donald Trump’s tax returns.
As a cold front brought subfreezing temperatures to much of the country over the past Christmas weekend, the TVA broke from its 90-year history and, for the first time, instituted rolling blackouts and cut the power to thousands of customers, including in north Alabama, to lessen the burden of the unexpected increase in demand.
After passing through the U.S. Senate with the help of 18 Republicans, including outgoing Sen. Richard Shelby, the $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill now goes to the House of Representatives, where U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) said he expects a similar scenario to play out thanks to the “debt junky wing of the Republican Party.”
Though it carries no legal weight, the select committee voted to recommend charging Trump on four counts. Outgoing U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) said he was surprised he didn’t get a referral, but he thinks he avoided it since he agreed to meet with the committee on one condition.
U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby's (R-Tuscaloosa) last hurrah may not work out as he had planned.
Rather than taking a moment to revel in his vindication regarding the legitimacy of Hunter Biden’s laptop, Trump instead wasted no time making himself the center of the news cycle again by calling for the “termination” of the Constitution to hold a new presidential election.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville is doubling down on his support of former President Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential race, while U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks is looking elsewhere for a potential candidate.
Republicans went into the midterm election Tuesday hoping to take back Congress from Democrats in a “red wave.” When that didn’t happen, many began speculating about what led to the low performance, but Sen. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) said the GOP has no one to blame but themselves.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) wasted no time in calling out Democrats over their lax border and immigration policies that ostensibly helped facilitate the attack.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks called out former President Donald Trump on Monday, accusing him of scamming donors in a fundraising scheme all too common in politics.
While some may blame inflation or increased government spending for the ballooning debt, U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) said the responsibility ultimately falls to voters.
For weeks, rumors have been circulating about whether U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks plans to run for chairman of the Alabama Republican Party.