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    The genius of our Representative Republic derives from the keen awareness of our founding fathers and the fundamental acknowledgement framed in the Declaration of Independence whereby: “We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness — That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed.” Furthermore, the Constitution of the United States provides the realization of that purpose to form a more perfect Union within a structure that protects individual as well as minority rights (elaborated in the Bill of Rights), establishing a representative form of government wherein power is separated across the three branches at the national level - Executive, Legislative and Judicial - and decentralized among the several states where not explicitly granted to the federal government.

     As the United States of America approaches its momentous 250th anniversary and coinciding with a time when the last vestiges of individual freedoms, civility, and equality under the law now seem to be hanging in the balance more precariously than at any prior time, our nation does not need a “fundamental transformation” as repeatedly asserted by and more dangerously instigated by Neo-Marxists. Rather, we need a restoration of the founding values and principles, which continue to attract freedom-seeking people from across the globe who want a better life for themselves and their posterity. The nexus between conservative political thought and Judeo-Christian values cannot be denied in the formation of the United States of America. The inherent value and dignity of human life, the importance of individual responsibility, the intelligent stewardship of resources as well as the formation of charitable, educational and civic life starts within the nuclear family in the first order and expanding secondarily to the wider community and nation has been the historical basis for a functional and productive social construct.

     The wisdom of our nation’s early visionaries have proven prophetic in today’s America. John Adams presciently noted in his address to the Massachusetts Militia on 11 October 1798 that “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” Additionally, James Madison, in The Federalist Papers, No. 55, articulated that our Constitution requires “sufficient virtue among men for self-government,” otherwise, “nothing less than the chains of despotism can restrain them from destroying and devouring one another.” It was the intention of the founders of the American experiment to establish a bulwark against the entrenchment power among elites that tends towards tyranny and autocracy. The truism remains today as when proclaimed by William Pitt the Elder and later surmised by Lord Acton that: “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”


     The power of equal opportunity lies in the robust potential and uninhibited dynamism of the individual’s agency. The farce and failure of “equity” is belied by the reality of diminishing returns among an unmotivated, deluded and intellectually neutered collective. Equity - as a Neo-Marxist determinative - can be defined as the sameness of outcome or otherwise presented by Karl Marx - “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” The eventual results of such malevolent systems are always immense human misery, societal degradation, and economic collapse. We must be courageous in our fight to save this nation and speak the truth as our opposition seeks to use every measure and any tactic to fundamentally transform us individually and collectively from a reality-based state of being to a sensory-based, surface-level disingenuous existence.

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Discern: Clearly articulate the case for Conservatism to save our Constitutional Republic.

Educate: Fully understand the devolution of our political opponents (Democrat Party) who are undermining and corrupting the institutions, values, trust, respect and civility that have preserved our Union thus far.

Inform: Speak the Truth about the jeopardy this country faces in the context of how Neo-Marxist Democrats both within and outside of government have adopted a completely different value system and who openly embrace the worst propensities of autocratic regimes.

This is an insightful D.E.I. (Discern, Educate, and Inform) and requires the next generation of conservative leadership to stand up with confidence, conviction and courage as we strive to advance this endeavor to ensure a better tomorrow for future generations. I am running to be your representative in Congress to advocate for, uphold and advance the values and principles held by the constituents in North Carolina’s 13th Congressional district while dedicating my efforts to legislative action that will be faithful to our Conservative convictions, restore the rightful place of government as one serving the people by the consent of the governed, and seeking corrective measures to hold unelected government bureaucrats accountable to “We the People.”

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