What do we need to thrive?
Good food, clean water, housing, the opportunity to make a living, the ability to nurture our families and keep them safe. The opportunity for prosperity and safety exist in California, but our precious resources are being bled dry by an aggressive and over-grown government.
Paving the way for the future
The free market leads to customer-driven goods and services that adapt to changing times and allows for the return of innovation to our stagnant economy. The agreements we make with each other provide the most effective natural regulation. The people responsible for miss managing public funds need to go. This all leads to the return of prosperity to our children.
Success is when all able-bodied people have a way to make a living and resources are utilized in the most effective ways possible. Success is having the extra funds to help those who are truly needy so that people aren’t forced to live in squalor.
It’s time for a new kind of leader.
A leader who understands how to truly help our communities thrive!
California has abundant water for our hot, sunny days. Resources are plentiful in California with appropriate management. Poor management has short-changed our ability to capture, store, and transport water for when it’s needed most.
California schools are ranked 41st in the Nation and that is simply unacceptable. Educational opportunities allow children to blossom. Limiting our education to a rigid system makes it difficult for parents to choose what works best for them and has led to the degradation of our schools.
In California, being suspected of a crime can result in your property being seized. It can take years to have your belongings and money returned, if ever. And law enforcement agencies (LEA’s) consider asset forfeiture a revenue generating program. This is concerning for citizens and for LEA’s.
Our current immigration process is faulty and creates extraordinary delays. However, the current practice of ignoring immigration law is not the solution. A fair and reasonable immigration plan is necessary.
The government has no say in how you care for yourself and your family. The issues surrounding bloated medial costs, inflated insurance premiums, and forced medical treatment creates a bad environment for all of us in California.
The tax burden is too high. This hinders economic growth and the prosperity of our communities. This is due to an over-grown government that is often subjected to miss management of public funds.