The issues below are a representative collection of principles for my public service. I trust you will gain a clear understanding of my Legislative direction and intent of service with these few examples.
2013 and Forward Legislative Agenda
As government at all levels continues drifting further from our founding principles of a Republic form of government restraining government through the Constitutions; as in all my political career I hold to the general principle of individual sovereign authority of citizens over ALL civil government and law enforcement is codified within the Minnesota Constitution Preamble; all actions by any branch of government or department must consider the freedoms of the people supreme and foremost; civil servants within government individually must vote on the side of maximizing freedom for the people and restraint on civil authority. I pledge to always hold the peoples God gifted freedoms supreme in every aspect of public service.
Restore the Balance of Power
Minnesota State Constitution Preamble states: We, the people of the state of Minnesota, grateful to God for our civil and religious liberty, and desiring to perpetuate its blessings and secure the same to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution. The power of law and freedom rests in individuals, not civil government.
Remove state governing departments creating law;
State government departments have become unaccountable internal self governing Legislative bodies creating unaccountable illegal law, Minnesota constitution violation Article 3, Section 1
Repeal current Minnesota licensing and taxes;
Watercraft on waters forming a common boundary with any other state is exempt, Minnesota constitution violation Article 2, Section 2.
Repeal all seizure laws in the state;
Minnesota law violates Minnesota Constitution Article 1, Section 12 in multiple ways including confiscation of hunting, recreational equipment, vehicles, personal property, and real-estate.
Force against religious institutions, charities, schools; using hip, cool, musing words like, fees, assessments, fines, and Minnesota government has allowed multiple public agencies violate this critical principle of Minnesota Constitution Article 10, Section 1.
Restore Charter Cities Autonomy:
Repeal statutes unconstitutionally applied to local government bodies that operate under Charters. State lawmakers continue imposing unauthorized powers against local units of government, a direct violation of Minnesota Constitution Article 12, Sections 2,3,4,5.