Can you believe our public schools are hosting drag queen story hour? Not only that, but they are introducing inappropriate themes outside of our children’s wheelhouse, like race and gender. As adults, we know our children need concrete understanding of concepts; not more abstraction and confusion. Many of these same public schools have been failing our children for over 50 years.
It‘s time to put schooling back into the hands of families— no more landlocking children into underperforming schools that snip at their potential. It’s time for school choice.
Can you believe we are shutting down pipelines at the expense of our economy? Gas and food prices have soared recently, hurting hardworking American families in the process. As Americans, we know our infrastructure is dependent on the seamless flow of markets. Intentionally cutting off the flow of oil via pipelines, strong-arming consumers into “energy-efficient“ vehicles, and limiting drilling only worsens this.
This has become our reality at the gas pump in recent months.
Can you believe we're moving away from the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King? The Democrat ideology encourages subdivision on the basis race, gender, religion, or class. Universities and colleges permit segregated dormitories, segregated graduations, and segregated spaces. We have come a long way from slavery (upheld by Democrats), Ku Klux Klan (also Democrats), Jim Crow (also instituted by Democrats).
Let’s come together. One Nation under God.
Rising crime rates in Democrat run cities are turning our neighborhoods into war zones. We have to start asking ourselves:
"How many repeat offenders are we willing to let slip through the cracks?".
Those who see social welfare as a long-term fix, refuse to acknowledge that our communities are hurting right now. We've poured money into social welfare for years and it has accomplished next to nothing.
Most Americans recognize the complexity of the police issue as well. There is a fundamental need for police in a world where a criminal aspect is relentless.
My opponent endorsed Larry Krasner for District Attorney the second time around. Anyone who cares for safe streets, safe neighborhoods, and safe citizens does not support Larry Krasner.
As of July 2022, there have been over 300 homicides in the city of Philadelphia. We need not look far behind us to see the policies leading up to these tragic outcomes. Those of us who live in the city are no stranger to the incessant need for hyper-vigilance when doing something as simple as going on a morning walk, or boarding public transit.
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I support the free-flow of markets. If we want cheaper food and gas, we need to consider the role government plays in this. Taxes, government spending, and heavy-handed regulations can be detrimental to prices and our way of life.
Most Americans are feeling the brunt of these rising prices. These inflated prices come as a result of unchecked government spending and economic tyranny. Americans want the freedom to participate in the economy without government infringement.
Democrats like my opponent wish to increase public expenditure, despite it's volatile affects on the market.
I fully support school choice. Parental involvement is vital for student success. Prohibiting choice is comparable to the most evil characteristic of slavery; you couldn’t leave, peacefully, if you wanted.
Most Americans support school choice in some capacity. It's a commonly shared opinion that our public school systems are not producing desired results. By extending this same concept to private schools, families can guarantee the most desirable outcome for their children - regardless of their income or location.
Art and his Democrat colleagues have been pouring money into the public system for years. He does not support school choice.
This video might be helpful.
Acknowledging the complexity of the abortion issue is both a service to the American people, and most significantly, unborn life. My opponent tends to take an absolutist and extreme approach in his stance on abortion. I would not do so, as it would hurt my ability represent my District as intended.
Most Americans do not support the lax and harmful Abortion policies supported by the far left. Even many pro-choice Americans oppose late-term abortion. It is important to recognize many of these other stances as what they are: an ideological fringe holding our democracy hostage.
My opponent, Art Haywood, has made it abundantly clear he sees abortion as a one-sided issue, giving little consideration for the male's role in the conception of life. Art and his Democrat colleagues have had a difficult time divorcing themselves from this fringe abortion agenda.