Our Principles

Our Principles:

  • More Individual Freedoms, Less Government Interference
  • The protection of the individual’s God-given and constitutionally recognized rights such as freedom of speech, right to bear arms, religion, and association.
  • Smaller more efficient government.
  • Respect for the rule of law.
  • Less taxation on individuals, businesses, and investments. Our state economy benefits when hard-earned dollars are left in the hands of those who earned them.
  • Policies, which further the preservation of our environment and natural resources.
  • The accountability of public schools to ensure that public funds are spent wisely and that educational progress can be effectively measured and evaluated.
  • The freedom of parents to send their children to schools that succeed.
  • Teaching students about America’s national heritage and the responsibilities of citizenship.