BP cannot undo a settlement it negotiated and signed just to avoid its consequences.

Based on my experience and record, I'm the best person to take Jeff Sessions' place.

Alabama has a history of safeguarding our freedom of religion.

As I have said before, our society cannot be truly prosperous until it respects the rights of the most vulnerable among us.

To suggest that the President of the United States - the head of the free world, a man who is changing the world - is being manipulated by Mitch McConnell is insulting to the president.

Shame on Congressman Brooks for his lack of faith in President Trump's and Attorney General Sessions' commitment to work together to make America great again.

When my good friend Jeff Sessions endorsed Donald Trump, that was good enough for me.

As a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, my first priority is to ensure the readiness of our military.

Exxon fought claims resulting from the Exxon Valdez spill in court for 20 years. Alabama could have suffered the same fate. What would be the benefit to the state or its coastal counties in delaying indefinitely the receipt of monies that we need sooner rather than later?

It's frustrating when people question your integrity.

If I have to filibuster on the Senate floor, I'll even read the King James Bible until the wall is funded.

There's a learning curve to understanding how the Senate operates.

I'm not backing down on immigration. I'm not backing down on the wall.

Debate about the causes and consequences of climate change and the policy positions taken in response to it should be encouraged, not silenced.

I pledge to the people of Alabama to continue the same level of leadership as Jeff Sessions in consistently fighting to protect and advance the conservative values we all care about.

I agree with President Trump that our trade deals need to be renegotiated so they are more fair to American workers.

I am very pleased with President Trump's selection of Judge Neil Gorsuch as his first appointee to the U.S. Supreme Court.

The people of Alabama are fed up. They are tired of politicians who lie to them, and they are sick of elected officials who've been in Washington so long they've forgotten why they ran in the first place.

Our religious liberty was threatened by the Obama administration as part of the Obamacare law. I was in the courtroom when that law was, I think unjustly, held constitutional.

Alabama has made great progress in proving that BP, Halliburton, and Transocean are liable for the devastating effects of the oil spill.

The Second Amendment reflects the brilliance of our founders, who knew that no right is guaranteed unless we are willing to fight for it, and I remain committed to fighting for the rights of lawful gun owners as the senator for Alabama.

Short of the passage of a Constitutional Amendment protecting marriage as between one man and one woman, the U.S. Supreme Court has the final say.

I am confident that Jeff Sessions will do his part to restore the delicate balance between the states and the federal government that the Founders envisioned.

To suggest the President of the United States and the head of the free world - the man who is changing the world - is being manipulated by Mitch McConnell is insulting to the president; it's absolutely insulting.

It's really important if you're in politics to have a loyal friend.

The extremist agenda of the Obama administration is forcing unwarranted higher energy costs upon Americans and further threatening an already sluggish economic recovery.

Science has advanced a long way in the 44 years since Roe v. Wade, and it is time that our laws reflect the undeniable truth that life begins at fertilization and that unborn citizens are entitled to the same protections as every American.

We have a failing Medicaid system, and you know who that's going to hurt in the end are the most vulnerable in people in our society.

We have a fabulous civil rights history here in Birmingham.

The Obama administration demonstrated time and again a disturbing willingness to bypass the separation of powers and disregard Congress as a Constitutional watchdog.

Governing through federal ultimatum grates against our history, traditions, and, most importantly, our Constitution.

The fault always lies in the candidate or the head coach or the guy holding the ball.

When President Trump and I arrived in Washington, there was a new sense that the crisis of illegal immigration would now be taken seriously.

We learn from history. That's what it's all about.

I am confident that President Trump's administration is capable of making the Pentagon run at maximum efficiency and enacting procurement reforms that will get weapons and assets to our warfighters more quickly and efficiently.

President Trump is the greatest thing that's happened to this country. I consider it a biblical miracle that he's there.

Sen. Sessions' commitment to public service is nearly unparalleled in Alabama history, and his departure from the Senate leaves tremendous shoes to fill.

If the federal government believes free contraception is vital, then surely it can find another way to implement it than by forcing family businesses and religious broadcasters and others to violate their religious beliefs.

No one is arguing that the entire Voting Rights Act is unconstitutional. Section 2 is the most important part of the act. It gives people the right to challenge discriminatory laws in court. It applies to the entire nation. It is constitutional, and it will continue to protect all Americans.

I drafted and proposed a law to secure our borders and build the border wall - and make the sanctuary cities pay for it.

A corporation cannot make a campaign contribution to a candidate for federal office.

What I see in Washington reminds me of what I saw in Montgomery when I was first elected Alabama's Attorney General. In Montgomery, corruption was the problem, so I assembled the finest public corruption prosecution team in the country. Their work wasn't always popular with the mainstream media or the local politicians. We didn't let that stop us.

Climate change is not an excuse to give the federal government ever more power over private property and state resources.

I simply apply the law fairly and equally to all our citizens.

We have neglected our aerospace program, and I am detecting a lot of bipartisan support to continue that mission.

I've got that hands-on experience with federal judges and how important it is to have judges like Neil Gorsuch, who will take a rule-of-law approach to the decision-making process. I think he's eminently qualified.

The Obamacare law has failed.

Alabama and other states had a terrible record in terms of depriving people of their right to vote, making it difficult for them to vote, discriminating against people.

Almost every day, you see an article in the papers about someone violating a campaign finance law.