This page features my positions on issues relevant to our community at large.
If it's been necessary for the Executive since 1951, why not for the Legislative? (Read More)
Yes, the Electoral College has its problems, but that does not mean it should be eliminated altogether. Instead, I believe it should be returned to some of its original design parameters.(Read More)
"Health care" may be a right, but "healthcare" is not. In a free society, no one has the right to demand services from anyone else.(Read More)
An education does not guarantee success, and programs exist where a student can repay a loan without "crippling debt".(Read More)
The Old Parties will never agree on "comprehensive immigration reform" because they look at the issue from wildly divergent perspectives, and will not accept a 'middle-ground' solution.(Read More)
Here in Texas, the "Old Parties" have tried to limit third-party candidate from even appearing on the general election ballot by using a "pay-to-play" law (which is arguably both corrupt and illegal).(Read More)
There's a the need to restore the country's economic condition, but we still need to take necessary precautions. Make no mistake; the country will not be returning to "business as usual" after this crisis has passed.
Some political ideologues believe that requiring a valid ID to vote is discriminatory; others do not. But voter registration is NOT about discrimination, it's about the issues that affect the voters in the areas where they live. (Read More)
Those areas where drugs have been decriminalized have demonstrated that it is possible, even beneficial, to do so. (Read More)
For one thing, the only way to find out how many congressmen Texas gets to have is to count the people in Texas. (Read More)
It's the people who need to do the work to correct climate change. The government should only be an intermediary. (Read More)