Category: Op-Ed

Van Drew: Why South Jersey Needs Congressional Hearings on Offshore Wind Energy

Since the very beginning, I have expressed my heartfelt concerns that these offshore wind projects are moving far too quickly and have failed to receive proper vetting and local input. In the years following their announcement, my concerns have only continued to mount. I am tired of being misled by big corporations, lectured by elites […]

Van Drew: “What would the World look like without America?”

December 21, 2022 — As Americans, it’s a question we hardly ever stop to ponder – “What would the World look like without the United States of America?” Perhaps we should. Especially at a time when there are so many out there trying to tell us there is nothing special or exceptional about the America […]

Van Drew to Allegedly ‘Moderate’ Dems: “WHERE THE HELL HAVE YOU BEEN?”

April 20, 2022 — By United States Congressman Jeff Van Drew (R – South Jersey) As Biden’s poll numbers continue to plummet and Election Day nears, I can’t help but ask this group of allegedly ‘moderate’ Democrats suddenly willing to buck their party’s leadership a very simple question – “WHERE THE HELL HAVE YOU BEEN […]

An Unapologetic Defense of American Exceptionalism

By United States Congressman Jeff Van Drew (R-South Jersey) I never thought I would see the day when the front page headline in one of my hometown newspapers would read “Celebrate America?” and openly ask readers “Is there anything to praise?”…let alone in the Independence Day edition.   There are people out there who want us […]

Van Drew to Challenge Electoral College Certification

Over the last few months, tens of millions of Americans have raised legitimate questions and concerns about the manner in which we conduct our elections. Did Governors have the constitutional authority to unilaterally change election laws without the approval of their respective state legislatures? How accurate were the voter rolls that were used to send […]

Op-Ed: One year after I changed parties, the Democrats continue to hit new lows.

One year ago, I sat next to President Trump in the Oval Office and announced that I would be walking away from the Democrat Party and becoming a Republican. It was a truly historic decision in that it marked the first time a member of Congress had left the majority party and joined the minority […]