ON THE ISSUES
In Congress, my focus will always be on making sure legislation is constitutional, cost-effective, and a necessary function of the federal government. Please check back for more details on my plans and solutions as the campaign grows!
PROTECTING OUR SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS
The 2nd Amendment has been under siege by those who wish to reduce our rights to carry a firearm and protect ourselves, our families, and our property. I do not support additional gun control legislation and will oppose attempts to reduce our Constitutional rights. I support passing national reciprocity for conceal carry permits, which would allow gun owners to exercise their rights when crossing state lines. I always have and always will stand for the right to keep and bear arms.
SECURING THE BORDER AND PROTECTING AMERICA
It is critical that we secure our borders and stand for the rule of law. Instead of spending billions of dollars securing the borders of other countries, we should invest those resources into securing our own borders. I support a physical barrier spanning the southern border, and the use of modern technology to monitor areas where our border patrol agents might not be able to patrol in person. My understanding of technology will give me the perspective necessary to recommend the right methods to digitally monitor and detect illegal entries. Drones, cameras, sensors, artificial intelligence, and manpower working together with a physical barrier will lead to safety and security for the American people.
RETURNING JOBS AND OUR
PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING TO AMERICA
Bringing back manufacturing jobs, and the manufacturing of our pharmaceuticals to America is a critical health, economic, and national security issue. Through my years of work in the pharmaceutical safety and quality control industry, I have seen the shutdown of plants all over this country and since then conditions are only worsening. Our tax dollars should not be paying for the importation of poorly regulated drugs from Communist China when we have empty pharmaceutical plants right here in America. If our federal government makes an expenditure, that money should stay on American soil and be used to purchase a product that was manufactured by American workers.
STOPPING CRT IN OUR SCHOOLS
Critical Race Theory is creeping from the faculty lounges into the classrooms, indoctrinating an entire generation of students in a divisive ideology that creates more friction than healing. We cannot allow our schools to serve as a network for the spread of a toxic ideology that instills in impressionable minds a cultural self-loathing and racial resentment.