For many years, many patriotic Americans have complained about the quality of governance provided by our federal government in Washington, D.C. Whether on immigration, trade, poverty programs, foreign interventionism, or funny money and debt, Congress continues to enact policies that are harmful to American society. It seems as though governing in the best interests of the American people under the United States Constitution is the last thing on our leaders’ minds.
In my view, this is probably because the voices of the American people have to compete for their lawmakers’ attention with powerful, un-American influences. Principal among these are: globalist groups like the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission; large, multi-national corporations; communists and ethnic extremists.
Globalists seek to usher in a New World Order in which every nation in the world would lose its sovereignty to a One World government. According to the globalists’ brochures, that government would be federalist, extending the example of the American central government and individual states under the United States Constitution. In practice, it would probably be on the model of the old Soviet Union, with an all-powerful politburo of plutocrats actually ruling, and a rubber stamp legislature providing the illusion of legitimacy.
Globalists’ influence in the US government can be seen by the fact that most American secretaries of state, defense, and treasury since 1933, regardless of political party, have been CFR members. Further, beginning with Dwight Eisenhower, six of the last ten US presidents have been members. Another, Jimmy Carter, became a member after his term in office. President Barack Obama is married to a CFR member.
Globalists are often aided in their efforts by large, multi-national corporations, which collectively employ thousands of professional lobbyists in Washington, D.C., promoting policies intended to maximize profits for their shareholders, and salaries for their top executives. Sending American jobs overseas and admitting lots of cheap foreign workers to compete for the jobs that are left have been high priorities for them.
These efforts please the globalists, who see immigration and trade policies as means to redistribute America’s wealth to poorer nations around the world. The corporatists’ success is reflected in the skyrocketing compensation received by their top executives over the last forty years–a period in which the compensation received by most American workers has been stagnant.
Communists and racial extremists seek to destabilize American society by re-spinning history in a way very unfavorable to America’s predominately white and Christian founders and subsequent generations of Americans. Their premise is that whiteness is the problem, and color is the solution. This has been the operative assumption of America’s immigration and welfare policies for the last half century. Further, communist influence is very evident on many university campi, where some professors in colleges of liberal arts and sciences devote their class time to running down America and instilling hostility in their students based on race, sex, and other demographic factors.
If American voters were more aware of the agendas and activities of globalists, multi-national corporations, communists, and ethnic pressure groups in the US government and throughout American society, they would be better able to protect their own interests. They would scrutinize candidates for public office for affiliations with those lobbies and reject those beholden to them.
The American people could have an American immigration policy, in which the right to immigrate here is based on America’s needs, rather than bestowed as an act of charity on needy foreigners. Americans could have trade policies based on the long-term best interests of American consumers and workers, rather than one that serves as a disguised form of foreign aid to Red China and other countries. They could have welfare policies that promote the long term well-being of individuals, families, and communities rather than promoting irresponsibility, dependency, family break down and criminality. They could have foreign policies based on America’s interests, rather than the New World Order’s. They could have real money and fiscal responsibility, rather than funny money and debt.
Americans could have American government, at all levels, rather than the globalist/communist/racial extremist/ corporatist government we live under now. It is our job as citizens to accomplish that. That is why I am seeking a seat in the Arizona State Senate.
If elected, I will work to strengthen SB 1070, the Employer Sanctions Bill, the Border Strike Force, and all other immigration law. I will seek to place sufficient Arizona law officers on the border to shut down the flow of illegal aliens and drugs into our state from south of the border.
I will seek to end the inter-generational pattern of welfare dependency. First, by requiring adoption of babies born to indigent mothers. And second, by requiring both biological parents to pay child support until their offspring’s 18th birthday.
I will seek to involve Arizona in a Convention of States designed to propose amendments to the US Constitution that would impose fiscal responsibility on Congress, and reduce the scope of federal activity and power in our society. A COS is essential, since it seems very likely that the federal government will act to stop or at least weaken any state efforts to counter harmful federal policies. In addition to a balanced budget amendment, I feel that a campaign finance amendment severely curtailing the power of corporations and wealthy individuals to buy politicians through direct or indirect campaign contributions would dramatically change the political landscape in America, to the average American’s great long-term benefit.
I will oppose and seek to roll back the efforts of un-American lobbies at the state capital. I will work to end the Arizona International Development Authority, and will oppose and work to reverse efforts to build a NAFTA Superhighway through our state. I will fight to privatize and greatly reduce all welfare state programs. I will support the Second Amendment, law and order, smaller government, lower taxes, and personal liberty.
In short, if I am nominated in the Republican primary on August 30, 2016, and go on to win a seat in the Arizona State Senate from Legislative District 30 in the general election on November 8, 2016, I will do all I can to promote the long term best interests of the broad majority of the law abiding, financially responsible people of Arizona under the US and Arizona constitutions. That is what I believe American elected officials at all levels should do.