The fake regime in D.C., the deep state, the globalists, and whatever else you choose to call this evil cabal has been waging war on traditional, two parent, nuclear families for a long time. American children, and their parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and cousins are paying the price. They're unsure of themselves and others. They're insecure. They don't know who to trust or what to believe. Divorce and poverty is on the rise. Many just don't bother to marry at all. Americans are being hurt in the area in which our greatest happiness used to be found; our family relationships are being damaged unnecessarily and cruelly.
How is this happening? You and I both know how. We've waked up to the fact that garbage is being taught in our government run schools. Students are taught that their very nature is the result of their SKIN COLOR for heaven sakes. White people are oppressors. Everyone else is a victim. As a result, everyone dislikes themselves and everyone else. As if this weren't enough, gender fluidity (an oxymoron if there ever was one) is being taught and encouraged in very young, very impressionable children. And on top of that, all kinds of material is being pushed on children that is intended to (and does) sexualize them at very young ages. Let's call it what it is; our hard earned tax dollars are being spent to abuse our children.
Speaking of taxes, there are many penalties for being married built into the tax code. There are also penalties for being married built into our welfare rules, and the same thing applies to many government edicts about employment and whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor (with more flexibility and choice). The government is arrayed against the American people's formation of families and the happiness that once brought us.
However, there's a movement afoot that's intended to reverse the trend rather dramatically. Chairman, Jim Banks, and the Republican Study Committee have been working diligently on a "Family Policy Agenda" for some months. The people involved include Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green, Rep. Ted Budd, Rep. Doug LaMalfa, Rep. Debbie Lesko, Rep. Jeff Duncan, and many, many more. The group has met with President Trump to get his input.
At the end of September, Chairman, Jim Banks, and the Republican Study Committee published its "Family Policy Agenda" which contains 10 basic principles and over 80 policy recommendations to restore the American family, and I expect it'll do a lot more than that if implemented. It brings the 1990s "Contract with America" to mind.
Let's just skim over the basic principles, shall we?
Principle number one is to protect children from far-left ideologies inside and outside the classroom, and it cites things like the transgender movement, racial ideologies, sexualization, dangers from big tech and internet predators, and the like. It also includes ideas for increased penalties for people who harm children and ideas for protecting children from drugs.
Principle number two is to give working families flexibility as to where and how they earn a living and get rid of one-size-fits-all government rules, ease up on government licensing requirements for various types of employment, and protect independent contractor status.
Principle number three is to implement policies that reflect the reality that parents (not government officials) are best qualified to make decisions about the physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing of their children, enshrine parental rights in law including the right to know what's happening in their children's schools, and the right and ability of parents to choose their child's school, and the right of parents over public health bureaucrats in making health care decisions.
Principle number four is support for a flexible and pluralistic approach to childcare that reduces government red tape that makes it harder to set up a child care arrangement and more expensive to run once it's set up.
Principle number five is eliminating policies which discourage family formation like the marriage penalties in federal programs (including such things as means-tested safety net programs) and tax policies.
Principle number six is to incentivize work as a means of uplifting families instead of trapping them in a cycle of dependency. Improve work incentives; every child needs to grow up with at least one working parent as a role model. End the idea of any "universal basic income" scheme.
Principle number seven is to empower parents with more choice and control over pre-kindergarten and kindergarten through 12th grade federal (tax payer) education dollars and to empower parents' right to access their child's curriculum. This effort includes expansion of opportunity for military families and the permanent reauthorization of the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program. (My personal preference would be to do away with the federal Department of Education because the US Constitution does not give the federal government permission to meddle in education, but the ideas expressed in principle number seven will improve things if implemented.)
Principle number eight is to reform our outdated higher education system by recognizing that college is not needed for all well-paid work and supporting other means of getting qualified for it, plus making college programs designed to produce graduates who are well prepared to enter the workforce and provide for themselves and their families upon graduation. Encourage involvement in "real world jobs" during college, and discontinue efforts to turn out "woke" graduates.
Principle number nine involves reforming the foster care and adoption system to meet the needs of children and families, while protecting faith-based institutions which serve them from inappropriate government discrimination.
Principle number ten supports efforts to end abortion including preventing taxpayers' money from going to fund abortions and a complete defunding of Planned Parenthood. It acknowledges that the Dobbs decision rightly placed future abortion decisions back into the hands of the people's representatives on a state by state basis.
If you're like me, these principles sound wonderful, but how do we get them from "pie in the sky" to REALITY?
By electing America First, MAGA candidates to the US House and the US Senate (as well as to local school boards, boards of commissioners, and other local and state offices), that's how!
But what about cheating? Volunteer as a poll worker, poll observer, and/or outside-the-poll campaigner. Get trained (by your party), and also study the material at "Operation 2022 ELECTION OVERWATCH" if you can make the time. Or write to "We the People" at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out when they're having online seminars. Or check in with NCEIT and access one of their programs.
I won't sugar coat it. We're up against some scum bags who will try to rig the election. If we don't work VERY HARD, they WILL succeed. So let's work VERY HARD!
Something called ERIC was slipped into NC HB-103 thanks to Phil Berger (President Pro Tempore of the NC Senate) and Tim Moore (Speaker of the NC House) because of a traitorous deal they cut with "King" Roy. ERIC farms out how our voter rolls are maintained. In states that already have the system, the voter rolls are bloated just BEFOR each election, and they shrink just AFTER each election. Nice, huh?
We probably can't ditch ERIC prior to the election, but there are things we can do. First, we can do the poll work mentioned above. Next, we can make phone calls to conservatives asking them to vote.
Third, we can follow the advice from "We the People" and vote ON ELECTION DAY AFTER 3 p.m. If enough of us do that, it will make it terribly difficult for the bad guys to know how many fraudulent votes they have to come up with, and we can WIN in spite of both Hell and high water -- and we know that at least one of them will be involved!
If you have questions or comments, I can be reached at email@example.com. You can find out more about the Republican Study Committee's "Family Policy Agenda" by doing an internet search at www.presearch.org or at www.duckduckgo.com. For goodness sake, don't use Google.
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