Core Beliefs

Who we are and what we believe

Our Core Beliefs

The sovereignty of the United States of America.

This means that America has the right and power to govern itself without interference from outside sources or bodies; a strong and moral nation that is true to its word; a nation with secure borders wherein citizenship is to be prized; and a nation with whom alliance is to be desired.

A strong national defense.

This means a military that protects the territory of the United States and its people; that can and does project American power and ideals around the globe; a military led by honorable people for honorable reasons; a military that defends our citizens and interests around the world.

A government as defined by the Constitution.

This means a federal government of very limited size performing only those duties and responsibilities specifically enumerated by the Constitution; a federal government that delegates all other powers to the states; and a government of elected officials responsible to those who elect them and not their own interests or interests of others.

The separation of powers between the branches of government

This means that the Constitution of the United States divides the federal government into three branches to ensure a central government in order to prevent any individual or group from abusing power. The Legislative Branch makes laws; the Executive branch carrries out laws; and the Judicial branch evaluates laws.

A strong and free economy.

This means a free enterprise system with a growing economy and sustainable jobs; a system that truly creates economic wealth; a system that continually creates opportunity; an economy that rewards vision and hard work; and a system that works to reduce taxes at all levels so that investment and hard work are rewarded.

A strong family system.

This means that a nation's strength is in the family unit; that the institution of traditional marriage is the foundation of civilsociety; and that parents, and not government, are responsiblefor the growth and development of their children.

The sanctity of life.

This means that government has an affirmative obligation to protect human life from conception until natural death and that government has no Constitutional right to promote or fund efforts to the contrary.

The right to quality education.

This means that parents have the right and obligation to educate their children; that children should have access to quality education; that education should be objective and factual; that our schools should be shining lights of free speech; that government should not be involved in defining educational curriculum; that the educational system should promote moral values, teach the history of the founding of the United States, teach the truths enshrined in our Declaration of Independence and Constitution and prepare students to succeed in life.