American entrepreneurship and hard work spur economic growth and serve as the driving force for our country’s job creation potential.
My grandfather never graduated from middle school, but he believed in the power of education and insisted on it for my mother. While most children spent their free hours on a playground, starting at age 12, my father spent his free time working so he could afford to attend college—and eventually medical school.
Energy and reliable access to energy are not only crucial to the success of our economy but also vital to our national security.
First, we must acknowledge that America has the best and brightest doctors in the world.
Our government’s primary function is to protect our citizens and defend our freedoms.
It is Congress’s responsibility to support our troops and ensure our armed forces have the proper training, equipment, and funding to protect us from enemies at home and abroad.
Americans expect and deserve a government transparent and accountable to the people. The relationship between the government and the governed is based on trust. Unfortunately we have seen a serious deterioration of trust when government has not fulfilled these principles.
The rights of law abiding citizens to keep and bear arms, guaranteed in the second amendment, should be given the same deference as the other liberties protected by the Bill of Rights.
Changing the tax and spend attitude in Washington is not easy, but with hard work and perseverance we can make certain our children and grandchildren are not forced to pay for the mistakes of our generation.