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The Change that We Need


I support the maintenance of a military force, sufficient in size and abilities, to defend The United States against aggression. Our servicemembers and veterans deserve to be recognized and properly cared for, and the best way to care for our veterans is to not send them into combat in the first place. War should always be an absolute last resort and should only occur when necessary. No amount of oil is worth the lives of our brave men and women who serve in the armed forces. Conflicts that don't concern The U.S. should never claim the lives of our citizens. 


Prices are up on everything across the board, and it's not "Putin's Price Hike" it is the federal government's gross mismanagement of the economy and they are trying to pass the buck. Foreign governments don't dictate the health of the American economy. The first problem is that we have crippled our economy by outsourcing everything so we are reliant on other countries for our basic necessities. The next problem is that we make up reasons to stop trading with these countries that we chose to depend on, putting us in a position in which we need to ration resources.



I believe in a strong family unit, and I believe that parents are responsible for the education of their children. It is becoming increasingly difficult to raise families in New Jersey on a single salary, and parents are being forced to rely on the public school system to educate their children. Public schools, since they are an arm of government, should be controlled by the parents of the children who attend the school. I support a school-choice system of education, in which parents have full control of where they send their children to school.


Every citizen has inalienable rights to life, liberty, and property. The government exists solely to protect the rights of the people, and any action that a government takes against these rights is in direct conflict with the interests of the people, who therefore have the right to a redress of grievances according to the U.S. Constitution.

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