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Brad Sherman

  • American politician
  • Born October 24, 1954

Bradley James Sherman (born October 24, 1954) is an American politician serving as a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives since 1997. He currently represents California's 30th congressional district within the San Fernando Valley, in Los Angeles County and the eastern Simi Hills in Ventura County. He previously represented the state's 24th and 27th congressional districts, located in Los Angeles County. He currently resides in Sherman Oaks.


It would be great some day to have astronauts in a rover on Mars. But just about anyone except an oil company executive would say its more important to have 50 million solar powered vehicles in the United States.




Circumcision is obligatory for Jewish-born males - it must be performed on the eighth day after birth and is only postponed in the case of threat to the life or health of the child. Muslim parents also circumcise their male children.




My positions on gun safety have remained consistent over the years, and have been on my website for years. Whether I'm in a tough re-election race, an easy re-election race, or if it isn't an election year, whether there's a high-profile tragedy in the news or otherwise, my position remains unchanged and on my website.




Congress has a legitimate interest in making sure that a practice that appears to reduce disease and healthcare costs remains available to parents. And, nothing in my bill prohibits statewide law ensuring that male circumcision occurs in a hygienic manner.




The President forgot to mention the Moon, Mars, and the federal deficit - all of which are sky-high.




Male circumcision has been practiced for thousands of years and is a deeply important ceremony for two major religions.




What is needed is an all-out science project to get vehicles off of gasoline, rather than off of the earth.




Certainly another Brad Sherman might be annoying, but it isn't something society doesn't know how to deal with. But a new level of human being is something else.




If we want our children to value education, then we must show our appreciation for knowledge.




George Bush has shown great skill at disguising an incredibly weak foreign policy.




As we talk about the need to foster academic achievement, we must recognize and reward those who strive academically, just as we honor athletic champions. Meeting the President of the United States is just the honor we should bestow on our academic champions.



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