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Social Security

On June 22, 2011 By

One of the most massive problems the Federal Government has gotten us into is the Social Security program. We should expect that it will take an equally massive solution to correct the injustice that has been perpetrated upon the American people. Medicare, Medicaid and other federal programs threaten to not only destroy our […]

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Radical Islam

On June 22, 2011 By

We suggest everyone should read William Federer’s book, “WHAT EVERY AMERICAN NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT THE QUR’AN”. We cannot express how serious this topic is vital to the existence of all Americans, our sanctity of government and our precious freedom both near and far.

As stated in our Constitution on the […]

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Road Funding and Gas Tax

On June 22, 2011 By

As explained in the Prison Reform Section of this platform we plan to radically reduce the costs of roads and as explained in the Sovereign Monetary and Sovereign Currency Policy section of this platform our gas tax will be reduced to 10% of retail at the Federal level.

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Unionization and the Right to Work

Historically labor unions have ensured workers receive adequate compensation for their labors and are protected in the work place but concerns have developed that forced union dues are used to support political causes that some union members may oppose. We support the right of all workers to associate or […]

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The United States Office of Education was established in 1867 and was created for the purpose of collecting statistics and facts as to the condition and progress of education in the several States and Territories. It was also used in distributing information respecting the organization and management of schools, and school systems on […]

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Prison Reform

On June 22, 2011 By

Any good system of law has to have a good deterrent to breaking those laws so their is a personal incentive to obey the law. Without consequences there is no law. We advocate to not sentence prisoners to time served but to work and training completed. Rehabilitation should be a part of any […]

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Special Interest Groups

On June 21, 2011 By

Special interest groups generally do not represent the people. They represent a corporation, union, or advocacy group which is an artificial entity and not people.  State government was created by the people and for the people NOT the corporations. State governments then created the federal government to serve the states.  Government creates corporations […]

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