The E-3 Plan

E-1: Education

Education is paramount for our future as a world leader. In order for our nation to compete and lead from the front, we must raise and train the next generation of leaders, inventors, scientists, and entrepreneurs. Not only do we need to train the youth of our nation, but we also need to reform the prison population. By reforming the prison population we can make them productive members of society.

E-2: Economics

Economics is and will remain a challenge going forward. We need fair taxation with good representation. Too often our leadership has put self-interest first and not what’s good for the country as priority number one. An America first policy is critical in order for our families and children to have a better life.

E-3: Energy

We need all forms of energy. Energy is the lifeblood of the American Economy. We can not and should not cut our use of fossil fuels. We need all forms of energy to grow our nation and economy. We need Clean Coal, Oil, Natural Gas, Nuclear, Hydroelectric, Hydrogen, Wind, and Solar.

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2nd Amendment

The Second Amendment must be defended. Concealed Carry Licenses should be valid across all jurisdictions like an individual’s driver’s license.

Abortion/Right to Life

Abortion providers, including Planned Parenthood, should not receive funds from federal, state, or local governments. I believe that the Mississippi Law that is in front of the US Supreme Court should become the law of the land. That abortion is to be done to save the life of the mother.

Border Security

Our National Borders must be secured! Build the wall now. Failure of our elected officials to secure the border should be considered Dereliction of duty and grounds for removal from office. Any state, and/or local government that declares itself a sanctuary will devoid itself from any federal funding and aid.

Church & State

The church and State are independent of one another. However, the church cannot be removed from the fabric of our nation. Per the US Constitution Art 4 Sec 3 via Northwest Ordinance; “Art 3 Religion, morality, and knowledge, being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools, and the means of education shall forever be encouraged.” Holy Trinity v. US 1892 Unanimous Supreme Court decision, “It is also said, and truly, that the Christian Religion is a part of the common law.” There is no such clause as Freedom from religion; it is Freedom of religion. Our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian beliefs and values. It is my belief that the separation of church and state was so that we would not have a mandated religion, (The Church of England); not to restrict religion in the town square, schools, and etc… that an individual is free to choose how or if they worship. Additionally, Mississippi is unique, the state constitution mandates the Holy Bible is part of the Public School System and cannot be removed. The Mississippi Constitution Article 3 – Bill of Rights Sec. 18 No religious test as a qualification for office shall be required; and no preference shall be given by law to any religious sect, or mode of worship; but the free enjoyment of all religious sentiments and the different modes of worship shall be held sacred. The rights hereby secured shall not be construed to justify acts of licentiousness injurious to morals or dangerous to the peace and safety of the State, or to exclude the Holy Bible for use in any Public School of this State.

Healthcare Mandates

I believe in free will/choice. An individual should have the right to refuse a vaccine based and medical numerous therapeutics and medical causes. There are numerous immunizations we all have received throughout our lives for school, work, and etc… however, those have been proven therapeutics. Still today there are a host of required shorts required to attend public schools and universities. In the case of a vaccine with unproven efficacy an individual should have the right of refusal. I a not an antivaccine person but rather anti-mandate. I work as  PA in Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery; hence I have had the COVID Vaccine, but it was my choice. I did choose to do this in order to protect my family. As for a military mandate I support freedom of choice. As a retired military officer, who was responsible to ensure my unit was worldwide deployable 72 hours or less, wheels up anywhere worldwide. In what is known as RDF unit (Rapid Deployment Force) being fully immunized is required. Ask anyone who has spent time in such units, they can testify that we got a lot of shots everything from Yellow Fever, to Anthrax. If a soldier, sailor, airman refuses an immunization then the military should have the right to discharge the individual. Said discharge for refusing a shot should not be a mandatory dishonorable discharge but rather reflect the individuals entire service to the nation and could be an Honorable Discharge.

 

Voter ID & Election Integrity

A Government-issued photo ID should be required to vote. Voter IDs can include i.e. Driver’s License, Military ID, Passport, etc…

There should not be same-day registration.

There should be a paper ballot/record produced when a vote is cast as part of a permanent record.

It is Election Day not election season.

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