We need to govern this country according to our Constitution, its powers, and laws, rules and regulations originating from it. The abuses of these powers should be condemned.
We need to fight for transparency and privacy, protection of our civil rights, freedoms and individual liberties; we need to protect property rights and end government (NSA) spying on its people. We need to restore respect for the Second Amendment and our gun rights.
We need to improve conditions for working and middle class families; put more people back to work and generate better and stronger economy with livable wages. We also need to fight for the people left behind and older workers.
We need to fight for a smaller, pragmatic and sensible but sufficient government; the government that works for its people and not for the donors, lobbyists, and other special interests. Consequently, we need to end crony capitalism and corruption.
Fewer regulations should be imposed on small business, banks and farms. Excessive regulations passed recently, especially by the EPA, should be reviewed and cut back.
We should be demanding the passage of the Balanced Budget Amendment (BBA) and the right to audit the Federal Reserve System. We should be demanding that the term limits will be imposed on our elected officials.
We need to lower taxes on the middle class and ensure that everybody pays his, hers or its share. Corporate tax rates should be lowered and the Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax should be imposed, as I explained in one of my earlier writings.
We need to secure our borders and take care of the illegal immigration problem by building the wall and implementing work-place enforcement measures, like mandatory E-Verify system, etc.
I would also propose a resolution to our societal problem with growing abuse of illegal drugs by decriminalizing small drug offences, approving marijuana use by adults, and starting an intelligent war on drugs and treat it as a public health care problem which needs to be properly addressed.
We need to preserve choice in education and offer alternative means to educate our young generation, including charter schools and other experimental methods and systems, like Democratic (Waldorf) Schools, for example.
We need to preserve and protect Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid programs.
As they have not worked as promised, we need to negotiate better, smarter and fairer foreign trade agreements, including NAFTA, TPP and TTIP, and do it more tightly. We need to secure access to foreign markets while protecting our own manufacturing base, intellectual property rights, and fighting cybercrime.
We need to repeal ObamaCare and replace it with a free-market-driven healthcare system, while preserving good features of ObamaCare, like keeping young people on their parents’ policies (which was my original idea, to start with) and preexisting conditions. I would also add a cancer-cure amendment to it.