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"I come from a family that taught me that hard work, caring for others and doing the right thing would carry me anywhere I wanted to go. I have spent my entire adult life doing those things. I have built a successful business from the ground up. I am a homeschooling, homesteading, military wife raising 8 children with another on the way. I have spent countless hours helping others whether it was providing for my community during the pandemic or just being a listening ear/friend for those that need it. Perhaps most importantly though, I always try and do what is right, even if it is not the most popular thing at the time and even if I am standing alone." 

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I am a homeschooling mother. I homeschool because I absolutely do not trust the government to educate my children in the way that they deserve to be educated. One of my goals when elected is to remove the standardization and bureaucracy that comes with the Federal Department of Education. All of our children are special and learn in their own way. There is no one size fits all. Trying to force all children to learn the same was is not only costly but harms our future generations. It is time to give the power back to the parents and schools teaching their children. 


Right now, we are experiencing the worst economic inflation in my lifetime. This is happening because our government has out of control spending habits. We MUST cut the spending at a federal level. We MUST start working to end the predatory, central, banking systems. We MUST hold the gov. accountable for the disaster it has caused. It is time for us to find real, sustainable solutions to help ease the burden on the American people and get us back on track.


Our healthcare system in America is incredibly broken. It is this way because for too long the government has had it's hands in it. Whether it is pharmaceutical companies using lobbyist to buy politicians or it is forcing insurance on folks whether they want it or not, the failure of our system is clear. I propose we make it easier for privatized healthcare to thrive in America. We can do this through encouraging an open market and competition within both healthcare services and health insurance. 

Last, but far from least, we must recognize that healthcare is a decision that a person makes for themselves and their family. Medical freedom encompasses the individuals right to choose what they want to do with their body, whether you agree or disagree with it. True medical freedom without government involvement is an absolute necessity for our individual freedom to thrive. 


We have one planet. Unless Elon gets us to Mars and makes it sustainable. We have to make sure that our country is inhabitable for our future generations. This is our duty as humans living on this Earth. Furthermore, recently we have seen just how much we as humans rely on one energy source and what happens when that source is disrupted whether it be from war, supply issues, shipping issues etc. We MUST invest in multiple sources of renewable, clean energy not only for the sustainability of our planet but for our OWN independence as a country. 


I believe that all human beings blessed enough to live in the wonderful country of America deserve equal treatment and equal rights. Unfortunately, our history shows that we have not been the best stewards of this philosophy. Too often, politicians have used minority groups by making promises they never intend on keeping to get votes. Too often, politicians use minority groups to create deep division within our country. We must acknowledge the wrong doings of the past and come up with sustainable solutions for the future so that we can ensure that ALL groups living in America are treated equally and truly given the same rights that are granted both by God and the Constitution. We do this through criminal justice reform, immigration reform, and making sure that all people are simply treated the same. 


I believe that it is our right to protect ourselves from enemies both foreign and domestic. I do not believe that it is our right to take someone's life because we have a mental illness or are just a terrible person. We must find a balance in protecting our rights and also keeping folks safe from bad guys. I believe we do this not by creating gun control but instead by removing red tape and allowing citizens to protect themselves when faced with danger. I believe we do this by putting more time and energy into mental health services and help. Prohibition never works. We must find better solutions. 

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