By Congressman David Price in Raleigh, NC -
We are gathered here to renew memory, and to resolve that the memory of those who suffered and died in the Holocaust will not fade, that it will continue to instruct us, inspire us, and warn us.
By Congressman David Price in Raleigh, NC
I am honored to be here today to join in honoring the sacrifices of North Carolina's firefighters. This annual event and this memorial provide our community the opportunity to give thanks to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, and to their families.
Congressman David Price (NC-04) submitted a statement for the Congressional Record today on the tragic loss of Eve Marie Carson, UNC-Chapel Hill's Student Body President.
MADAM SPEAKER, I received news today of a horrific event that has shocked and deeply saddened the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill community, which I represent.
By Congressman David Price in Durham, NC -
By Congressman David Price -
Mr. Speaker, today we are asked to vote for a fourth time in two months on legislation to provide funding for the ongoing military mission in Iraq.
On Sunday Congressman David Price addressed a gathering at Meredith College's Jones Auditorium for the annual North Carolina Holocaust Observance. He invoked scripture from Proverbs to express how we must honor the righteous deeds of our predecessors by "mak[ing] a better future for those who will yet inherit the earth." Below are his remarks as delivered:
By Congressman David Price in the Congressional Record
...House Resolution 24 would reauthorize the work of the [House Democracy Assistance] Commission. This is a body that was inspired by the work of the Frost-Solomon Task Force back in the early 1990s. We worked then with states in Central and Eastern Europe as they were emerging from communism.
Washington, DC – During House debate of the resolution authorizing the President to go to war in Iraq, Congressman David Price (D-NC) criticized the measure for providing the President with open-ended authority to use force unilaterally and preemptively. He co-sponsored an alternative resolution, which would have bolstered U.N. weapons inspection efforts in Iraq.