Why Me?

To Better Improve Lives and Advance American Mission and Values

Sustainable Improvement
More Perfect Union
Liberty and Justice for All
Domestic Tranquility
Safety and Happiness

Do you feel like your life is better now than it was 10 years ago? Do you feel better about our country? Do you feel better about your liberties? Do you feel better about the justice system? Can you feel domestic tranquility? Do you believe the country is prepared to defend against all threats? Is government helping you feel safe and happy? Is government sticking to American values? If you're like most people, you appreciate the life available in this country but also recognize it could be improved. You recognize that we still have work to do. You likely feel worried about the future.

The Founders of this nation recorded their objectives in the founding documents. There is still lots of room for improvement towards accomplishing the Founders' objectives. We can do better. We can improve lives sustainably and responsibly. I'm running for office because I believe I'm part of the solution to America's most pressing problems.



My stances are based on this nation's mission and values; logic, reason, data, and truth; and empathy and compassion. I am not all-knowing or all-wise or infallible. If you suspect I'm wrong in any stance, I hope you'll discuss it with me and point out where I'm wrong.


Improving the economy is vitally important to improving lives. We must improve sustainably, however, so that we "secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves AND OUR POSTERITY" (emphasis added).

The Economic Future, Labor and Employment, Taxes on Businesses and Self-Employed, Federal Debt, Income Tax, Tariffs, Foreign Trade


The unhealthy accelerate the spread of disease and are unable to fully contribute to society. Healthy workers are more productive. Healthy children learn better in school. Healthy parents better raise healthy children. Nutrition and preventive care are the foundation of low-cost health.

Public Healthcare, Welfare, Nutrition, Mental Health


Liberty, equality, and justice FOR ALL: liberty to do what we want without inflicting harm, and justice to correct injustice. We need continuous improvement of the justice and social systems, remembering that the people involved on all sides are people like us.

Liberty and Justice, Equality, Civil Rights, Empathy, Role of Public, Crime


If we are really to "secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity," we need to ensure that our posterity inherit a more sustainable version of the world than the one into which we were born.

The Future, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Conservation vs. Development/Restoration, Renewable Energy


Abraham Lincoln said, "Upon the subject of education, I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people can be engaged in." Education can help "form a more perfect Union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity."

Funding, Incentives, Curriculum, Online Education


I oppose the use of this sensitive issue as a political weapon. We can handle the truth.

Pro-Life AND Pro-Choice


The greatest strength and potential weakness of our nation is us, the people. To strengthen our nation, we must strengthen, uplift, inspire, and inform our people.

Balance of Federal and State, Voting and Election Security, Representation, Extremism, Supremacy

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