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said very defiantly, we are going to start the war right here. announcer 1: at 6:30 p.m. on oral history, veteran david talks about landing on utah beach. >> when they showed d-day, they talk about omaha and the courage which was there, which there certainly was. they make it look like we didn't have any difficulty. lost 197 menvision there on the beaches on d-day, but the next day, when we , we lost 50% of our men within three or four days. announcer 1: this weekend on american history tv on c-span3. announcer 2: a short pro forma session in the house coming up next. lawmakers still on their recess, but the return monday for legislative work.
have journeyed with us today and called us to be people of grace and peace. power transcends all human authority, give to us a spirit of repentens and wisdom leading us. grant strength to this body and shape their work to be bold and courageous ensuring liberty and justice for all. give voice to the voiceless and accompany those neighbors most forgotten and pushed aside. hold close those who mourn, those who hurt and those seeking relief, refuge and rest. in size too deep for words, intercede with your comfort and care. as your love shows up continually in our lives and in our world, give us the courage to share your compassion with others in thought, word and deed. guide us on paths of
reconciliation and unity, mending our hearts with your hope for a better world. we pray all this trusting that you are near and knowing that you are listening. amen. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to sections 3-a the jourm of the last day's proceedings is approved. the pledge of aledgeance will be led by the gentleman from kentucky, mr. massie. mr. massie: i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible with iberty and justice for all.. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent to take from the speaker's table house resolution 2157 with the senate amendments
thereto and concur in senate amendments. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from tennessee seek recognition? mr. massie: reserving the right to object. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized is recognized. mr. massie: i'm standing in a house chamber that is virtually empty. nearly all of my 431 colleagues are absent as the speaker of the house seeks to pass a $19 billion spending bill. our nation is $22 trillion in debt trying to pass $20 million in new spending while the majority of congress is not even in washington reflects another act of irresponsible big government. this is absolutely without a doubt wrong. it is no surprise that public confidence in congress is at historic lows. every single member could board a plane today and this issue could be voted on in the next 12 hours. we are each accountable to the
american people who entrusted us with their votes and sent us here to work on their behalf. i am accountable to the people and i can say with confidence, they deserve better than what is being attempted here today. i never expected when i came to washington that i would be asked to stay home while $19 billion is spent without my vote. i urge the speaker of the house, who is also not here today, to return to her post and call congress back to washington to do the people's work and i object. the speaker pro tempore: the objection is heard. for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to take from the speaker's table senate bill 16393 and ask for immediate consideration in the house. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. does gentleman seek
nanimous consent to call up -- 1693? the clerk: senate 1693, an anth to re-authorize the national flood insurance program. the speaker pro tempore: is there objection to consideration of the bill? without objection, the bill is read a third time and passed and the motion to reconsider is laid on the table. pursuant to section 3-b of house resolution 389 the house stands house democrats trying for a third time to pass a $19 billion disaster relief bill but it was
blocked by john rose of tennessee. however, they did pass a short-term extension of flood insurance, a two-week extension. the house plans to take up the disaster relief will when they return for legislative work next week in the senate returns on monday as well resuming debate on executive and judicial nominations starting with a nomination for the head of the social security administration. >> the complete guide to congress is now available. it has lots of details about the house and senate the current session of congress. contacts and bio information about every center -- every senator and representative. and the cabinet. the 2019 correctional directory is a handy spiral-bound guide. order your copy from the c-span online store for $18.95.
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