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Prosperity Through Unity

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Albert Harshaw, a military and business leader

Critical National Strategic Interest Issues

Investing In Our Future

Supporting Our Citizens

High-Tech Manufacturing

Centralized Goverment


Justice & The Law

Constitution First

All judges and officials adhere to the vested constitutional powers.
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Jobs & Economy

Domestic Manufacturing

Development of Vocational programs and manufacturing support
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Business & Industry

Sustainable Environment

Alternate energy development and energy distribution.
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Roads & Transport

Integrated Transportation

Investment in Infrastructure to support workers and the economy
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Big Pharma

Cure Cancer

All of the pharmaceutical companies will form a unified think tank to cure cancer.
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Childhood Education

Invigorate Schools Everywhere

Reward initiatives for teachers and students.
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Rebuild our Manufacturing, Agriculture, and Infrastructure

We are committed to fostering collaboration across the aisle to reinvigorate the American dream, working hand-in-hand to foster advancement in the military, education, research, and production. This unity will help us shape a new and prosperous America for all.

As taxpayers, we’ve funneled our hard-earned money into the government for years, even decades, contributing to countless research and development initiatives. Yet, we continually shoulder increasingly burdensome taxes with no discernible return on our investment. This perpetual cycle of giving, with no tangible reciprocation, is nothing short of disheartening. We plan to engage with the Kardashev Scale through a range of technological deployments.

The Kardashev Scale is a method of measuring a civilization’s level of technological advancement, based on the amount of energy they are able to harness, control, and utilize from their environment for practical purposes.Use of aerogels to do atmospheric capture of CO2 particles and reuse and sequester as needed.

  1. We can look into attraction well and grate  type tech to absorb CO2 along our highways.
  2. Modified dam technology to submerge portable dam tech for energy generation.
  3. Atmospheric water farming which can alter our abandonment of strategic farming for our nation.
  4. Any other technology that can be used to improve our recycling, manufacturing, etc.
  5. We will select a site to build our first underwater city.
  6. We will build a new kind of sub that explore long term the unexplored regions of our oceans.
The Kardashev Scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement, based on the amount of energy they are able to harness, control, and utilize from their environment for practical purposes. Use of aerogels to do atmospheric capture of CO2 particles and reuse and sequester as needed.

Investment In Childhood Education

We are fully committed to investing in our children’s education in a way that emphasizes their long-term learning and career growth. This includes:

  • Prioritizing essential skills by shifting the focus back to math and sciences.
  • Removing DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) initiatives from our schools to ensure that educational resources are distributed fairly and effectively.
  • Reintroducing workshops in every school to foster learning of practical trades.
  • Providing adequate funding for trade schools to increase the earning potential of students who prefer a hands-on approach to their career.

For far too long, our focus has been overly skewed towards white-collar jobs, disregarding the invaluable contributions of hardworking American workers who rely on their hands and technical skills. It’s time to correct that imbalance and nurture the diverse talents and interests of our children.

Reentering the Space Race

  • Probe to launch and catch up to voyager probes, transmit message, receipt of message
  • Adopt and apply maritime law to space, in form of rescue stations, manned by converted race car drivers into rescue pilots , manned by personnel taken from EMS, fire, and police rescue teams. Doctors and surgeons too, it is not a far step form what they do, to the space rescue forms.
We used to lead the world in manufacturing, and with robust investment and concerted effort, we can do so again. It's time to reclaim our heritage as a nation of makers

A Renaissance of American Industry

The United States was once a juggernaut of manufacturing, a testament
to our resilience, ingenuity, and hardworking ethos. However, over time,
we’ve seen a shift, our manufacturing strength waning due to an over-
reliance on foreign investments and outsourcing to overseas production.
As a candidate for the United States Senate, state of New Jersey, I am committed to
reversing this trend.

We will refocus on revitalizing  manufacturing across all
sectors, from medical devices and automobiles to transportation,
furniture, and beyond. It’s not just about making things; it’s about
rekindling our innovative spirit, bolstering our economy, and bringing
jobs back to American soil.

Additionally, we will kick-start an initiative to source and produce the
essential resins and raw materials needed for these industries
domestically. Our reliance on foreign adversaries for these critical
materials will be diminished, bolstering our self-sufficiency and national

Fufilling our Commitments, Domestic and Abroad

In recent times, our government and its agencies seem to have strayed from their solemn oaths, leading to a diminishing of our military strength and a reduction of our standing on the world stage. There have been instances where our commitments have been abandoned, as seen in Afghanistan and Ukraine, undermining trust and stability. Similarly, there appears to be a failure in fulfilling our contracts with our own citizens and immigrants alike, whether documented or undocumented. As a United States Senator, representing the state of New Jersey, I am committed to a different path. My aim is to return this great nation to its rightful glory, staying true to the oath I have taken. This will involve a comprehensive effort to root out corruption, making sure that no aspect of governmental mismanagement or betrayal of public trust goes unnoticed or unpunished. We will leave no stone unturned in this endeavor. Together, we can work to ensure a government that upholds its oaths, serves its people faithfully, and makes good on its commitments. That is the government this country
deserves and the one that I pledge to lead.

  1. Where a nation there a border, where a border, there a nation.
  2. We should have had long term extraction plan from Afghanistan, and not that ad-hoc exit that the Biden administration delivered.
  3. We took on a responsibility when we liberated the people in Afghanistan, and then we turned tail and ran as fast as we could, condemning the people there, who at this time, were born post liberation, now made to suffer humiliation, loss of dignity, the right to be educated, the right to choose their own destiny. This is betrayal for them and for us as a people, because that is who we are not.
  4. It should be that is we are going to deploy that there would be both a plan for end of game and a long term plan in order to ensure peace and stability for both us and the place deployed too

6. We need to modernize our weaponry, as evidence by our military not meeting their recruitment quotas, that we are in the future, are going to need to subsidize and substitute for manpower.

7. The above only reinstates the need for a national security and national infrastructure security to both operate and maintain on shore manufacturing development and research to those furtherance’s.

8. On the matter of Ukraine, with respect to their borders, they do have the right to their pre war borders. Our interest, as to the why we need to assist via arms, are twofold. From the 1994 trilateral treaty statement that the US would provide for security of Ukraine in exchange for Ukraine giving up its nuclear arsenal. Therefore we are indemnified under the trilateral treaty of 1994.

9. We the People, should not be funding foreign government salaries, pensions, educational institutions or any other function or fiduciary that is not direct military aid, in accordance with treaties and laws.

A Government by the People, For the People

As leaders of this great nation, we must address the imperative task of rephrasing the subsequent content, imbuing it with an aura that befits our esteemed offices. Restoring the supremacy of central powers as delineated in the Articles:

  1. We must ardently oppose any endeavor by states to undermine the powers vested in the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. 
  2. We must also ardently oppose and Federal legislation that would strip the states of any of it’s retained sovereign rights and powers.
  3. States shall not enact legislation that diminishes the authority entrusted solely to the house and senate, as clearly articulated in Articles 1, 2, and 3. States do not partake in the legislative branch.
  4. The Federal government shall not enact legislation that diminishes the authority solely vested in the states or it’s people, as clearly delineated in the United States Constitution.
  5. The notion that a state can prohibit an eighteen-year-old from possessing a firearm not only contradicts the 26th amendment but also encroaches upon the legislative’s jurisdiction. While the 26th amendment establishes the right to vote, it also establishes the age of adulthood and includes them in its protections.
  6. If an eighteen-year-old can be held accountable as an adult for committing a crime and can serve in the military, should not these be the criteria by which we gauge their readiness?
  7. It is incumbent upon us, as elected custodians of democracy, to vehemently resist any encroachment upon our vested powers.
  8. The alignment between the Department of Justice and transient political leadership raises concerns regarding potential violations of various laws and amendments. The alignment between the Department of Justice and transient political leadership raises concerns regarding potential violations of various laws and amendments.
  9. How can the ATF, a department within the DOJ, promulgate regulations and subsequently make arrests in contravention of: a. Article 1, Section 7, which extends to Article 2 in general. b. Article 1, Section 8, which designates the legislative branch’s authority to enact laws. c. Article 1, Section 9, the sacred “Writ of Habeas Corpus” that safeguards against unlawful and indefinite imprisonment. d. Article 2, Section 1, which confers executive power upon the president. e. Article 3, Section 2, affirming that all citizens, regardless of their state of residence, are entitled to the same rights, privileges, and immunities. f. Article 5, granting exclusive power to the legislative to amend and modify the Constitution. g. Article 6, binding all judges and officials to respect and uphold the constitutional powers vested in them.

Furthermore, we must examine the potential conflicts with our cherished amendments:

  1. The First Amendment’s protection of free speech.
  2. The Second Amendment’s affirmation of the right to bear arms.
  3. The Fourth Amendment’s safeguarding of personal, property, and home
  4. Alongside the Fourth, the violation of the good faith requirement for warrants.
  5. The Fifth Amendment’s guarantee of due process of law.
  6. The Fourteenth Amendment, which, in conjunction with Article 6, expressly prohibits states from enacting laws that impede citizens’ constitutional


We must endeavor to establish a more unified and robust tax code, one that is less burdensome and fosters prosperity across our great nation.

  1. It is crucial to create a universal taxation system, wherein all goods and services are subject to a fixed and equitable rate. A portion of the tax revenue shall be allocated to the states in which the transactions occur, while a larger portion shall be directed to the federal government.
  2. The property tax structure should be revised to ensure a one-time payment made upfront. The collected taxes shall be pooled into a dedicated fund for the states’ utilization.
    We must strategically shape the tax code to incentivize and promote domestic production and sales within our borders, fostering economic growth and employment opportunities.
  3. Careful consideration should be given to mineral ore taxation, favoring mining operations, the collection process, and the responsible handling of these valuable resources.
  4. Lowering investment taxes will encourage entrepreneurship, innovation, and long-term economic prosperity.
  5. Investments should be made portable and easily transferable, allowing individuals and businesses to adapt their portfolios to changing market dynamics and maximize returns.
  6. Portability, in this context, signifies the ability to seamlessly transition investments from one asset class to another, ensuring that gains are not eroded by excessive taxation, thereby promoting sustainable wealth accumulation.
  7. As part of our commitment to philanthropy and social responsibility, we should introduce tax reduction allowances for wealthy individuals and businesses who allocate funds toward the development of primary, secondary, and trade schools. These funds should be directed towards physical infrastructure enhancements, including the construction and renovation of educational buildings, dormitories, utilities, security systems, and technology resources such as science labs, computers, and data storage.
  8. Additionally, these allowances should cover the allocation of resources for educational materials, including books for libraries and classrooms, scientific instruments, musical instruments, and art supplies, fostering a well-rounded educational experience.

  9. The funds allocated should also encompass the improvement and maintenance of school transportation, ensuring safe and efficient means of commuting for students.

  10. All projects should adhere to federal and local construction laws, accessibility standards for disabled individuals, and stringent educational quality benchmarks. Our aim is to equip students with real-world knowledge, critical thinking abilities, and problem-solving skills through rigorous and intellectually stimulating environments.

11. It is important to note that the aforementioned funding shall be treated as direct funding and fully tax-deductible at 100 percent. Direct funding refers to contributions that bypass school boards, unions, or the Department of Education, ensuring that they solely serve the intended educational purposes without being influenced by policy or political interests.

12. These provisions should not be construed as funding for political unions, or the design and implementation of educational programs, as they are not eligible for tax deductions. The intent is to redirect funds toward other eligible investments without pursuing personal or permanent profit gains. In cases where the full amount is reinvested in another approved venture within an eight-hour period or one business day, the investments remain tax-deductible.

13. In light of the hardships faced by restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic, we propose a five-year monetary ratio system. This would entail a quarter to dollar match, wherein a restaurant offering reduced final costs to customers would be eligible for tax deductions, whether on a quarterly or annual basis. By enhancing their cost-effectiveness, we aim to attract more patrons and aid their recovery. This approach aligns with our broader strategy of revitalizing agrarian industries and promoting domestic manufacturing of both durable and non-durable goods.

14. It is crucial to recognize that the hardest-hit entities are often small businesses with fewer than 50 employees. Like restaurants, they encounter challenges in rebuilding and often rely on reinvesting from their own resources. Hence, matching deductions should be extended to them.

Senior Citizen Protection Security:

  1. In order to safeguard the personal data of senior citizens, strict measures will be implemented to prevent the transfer of sensitive information outside the borders
    of the United States and its territories.

  2. Payment structures, including bank data, credit cards, and digital banking systems, will be subject to stringent regulations to ensure that none of this data can be transported offshore.

  3. Communication protocols will be enforced to ensure that all phone calls originate from within the United States and are not automated or originating from offshore locations. Caller IDs must accurately represent the United States-based office and employee making the call.

  4. Companies found responsible for scamming senior citizens and unlawfully obtaining funds from their accounts will be required to provide full restitution.

  5. These security measures apply to individuals aged 64 and above.

6.  Personal data of United States citizens should never leave the boundaries of the country.

7.  The above measures apply to individuals of all ages, although exceptions may exist for international purchases.

Infrastructure for the Future

Until the United States addresses the shortage of domestic scientists, engineers, and medical professionals, only citizens of the United States and its trusted allies will be eligible to attend educational institutions in nations that have a proven track record of excellence.

Materials used in aviation, vessels, trains, public transportation, military, and government infrastructure, whether in hardened or soft forms, must be produced within the United States by American workers, with no involvement of foreign nationals.

Any collection, sale, rental, or transfer of data, including bot data collection, must
not involve foreign companies or entities, foreign-operated data storage facilities,
or any form of data transmission to foreign nationals.

To ensure the security of public trust, operational, construction, fabrication, educational, manufacturing, and digital enterprises, individuals must undergo a basic qualification test. This test will require proof of actual United States citizenship through a combination of documents such as a birth certificate, social security number, driver’s license, passport, or government-issued ID. For hardened allies on a case-by-case basis, exceptions may be made if there is no alternative solution available that does not involve fabrication, manufacturing, critical-grade materials, or information gathering and transmission. In such cases, a foreign national from a trusted allied country may be cleared to facilitate the task.


It is time to start to make anew our failing cities infrastructures in a way that will take them into the next century and beyond.

  • That means making rail lines all into a uniform gage, so that the rail cars would be universally usable in different places at different times
  • That means rebuilding our rail roads with new infrastructures and power sources.
  • Getting away from the monotheistic implementation of railroad systems.
  • Investing in a new kind of infrastructure for cities, insuring future growth.
  • Building our cities down and not just up.
  • Utilization of atmospheric water farming to reinvigorate our failing farms.
  • Modernization of our farms so that we can maximize our product yields.
  • Lay down foundations to future cities in the seas and oceans.

The Issue of Abortion: A United States Presidential Perspective

In order to ensure the endurance and progress of our great nation, it is imperative that we address the sensitive issue of abortion, which has long been a divisive force in our society. To move forward together, we must recognize and respect each other’s fundamental humanity. As the President of the United States, I will approach this topic with a pro-life stance, taking into consideration various perspectives and the sanctity of life.

  1. It is a recognized truth that many individuals who align with the Republican party believe that abortion is morally wrong and should be avoided.

  2. Both Democrats and Republicans fought together in World War II with a common purpose: to save lives from Hitler’s genocide. Preserving life has always been a shared commitment.

  3. The argument of “my body, my choice” has limitations, as evidenced by the widespread acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines. The discussion surrounding vaccines may be separate, but it highlights the complexities of personal choice when public health and the welfare of others are at stake.

  4. We must acknowledge the difficult circumstances faced by women who are victims of rape and incest. These heinous crimes inflict unimaginable trauma, and for these women, the option of abortion provides a means to avoid further pain and suffering.

  5. The Constitution speaks of the pursuit of life and happiness, emphasizing the value of each individual’s existence.

  6. For victims of such atrocities, pursuing a life filled with happiness becomes an arduous task.

  7. Freedom of religion is a fundamental aspect of our Constitution, enabling individuals to reconnect with their inner selves. However, a victim of rape who becomes pregnant as a result of the assault may find it immensely challenging to reconnect with herself spiritually and emotionally.

  8. Banning abortions does not eliminate them; it only drives desperate women to seek dangerous alternatives. We must prevent unscrupulous individuals posing as doctors from exploiting vulnerable women.

  9. It is not for any individual, including Republicans, to assume the role of God in making decisions about the lives of others.

  10. We must remember the age-old wisdom: “Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s.”

  11. Engaging in a fight without saving lives accomplishes nothing of lasting significance.

  12. The Constitution, with its amendments, is a document that upholds the value of life. It would be detrimental to its integrity to introduce abortion as a constitutional

  13. However, we can address abortion through medical legislation, taking the following measures:

  14. General abortions will be subject to a maximum limit of 16 weeks.

  15. Abortions resulting from rape and incest will be covered at no cost to the victim, with the financial responsibility falling on the perpetrator.

  16. We must advocate for less invasive abortion methods, replacing the use of barbaric procedures with more humane alternatives. Butchery and painful methods will be banned.

  17. The methods employed in many abortions would rightly elicit objections if used in death penalty cases. This serves as a moral litmus test.

  18. If a baby survives the abortion procedure, it will be considered a participant in life, and the procedure will end at that point.

  19. All medical providers offering abortion services must ensure that both the mother and father are informed and involved in the decision-making process. Informed decisions require intellectual consideration of the pros and cons of both keeping the baby and pursuing abortion.

  20. Providers must present information from a neutral standpoint, recognizing that the ultimate decision lies with the parents, primarily the woman. The provider’s role is to inform, not to make the decision.

  21. Violations of this requirement will result in criminal prosecution.

  22. Violations of this requirement may also lead to criminal malpractice.

Addressing the Challenges in the Pharmaceutical Industry

The pharmaceutical industry has seen both remarkable, advancements and egregious abuses that border on deliberate malfeasance with the manner, configuration, deployment, and deliberate suppression of information. Causing unnecessary vaccine injuries and deaths, all in favor of pure profit, at the very well being and expense of human beings.  The Pharmaceuticals Industry would be of better service, if they took that same energy into making those covid vaccines in record time, towards cancer treatments and cures in record time.

  1. Collaboration for Cancer Cures: Major and minority pharmaceutical companies will unite under a unified think tank dedicated to finding effective cures for cancer. By pooling their best scientists and expertise, they will work together towards this common goal. Government scientists will also have the opportunity to contribute their knowledge and support.
  2. Accountability and Progress Updates: Recognizing the significant financial benefits pharmaceutical companies have gained from government aid packages and tax cuts, we will ensure that these benefits are contingent upon their progress in developing cures and effective protocols. Regular updates will be provided to the government, either monthly or as determined by government officials, to track their advancements.
  3. Addressing Affordability: It is essential to alleviate the burden of exorbitant healthcare costs, particularly for the elderly and those afflicted with medical conditions. Measures will be taken to reduce price gouging and ensure that life-saving medications are accessible to those who need them most.
  4. Balancing Benefits and Accountability: Once cures and protocols are developed and approved as effective, we can reevaluate the limited packages and tax benefits provided to pharmaceutical companies. However, this assessment will be conducted with careful consideration, ensuring that it aligns with the public interest and encourages continued progress.

5.    Equitable Distribution of Benefits: The monetary benefits resulting from the successful development of cure cures and protocols will be fairly distributed among the participating pharmaceutical companies. The distribution will be based on each company’s contribution, ensuring a proportional allocation of resources. The more a company contributes to the collective effort, the greater its share of the benefits.

6.    Ensuring Affordable Access: The availability of cure cures and protocols to the public will not be marred by high pricing strategies. We will prioritize making these medical advancements accessible to all who need them, ensuring that cost does not hinder individuals from receiving life-saving treatments.

7.    By implementing these policies and fostering collaboration between the pharmaceutical industry and government entities, we can address the challenges posed by the current state of the industry. Together, we will drive progress, ensure affordability, and ultimately improve the lives of countless individuals affected by cancer and other diseases.

Alternative Energy Policy

  1. Companies contributing to the development of alternative power sources that yield proven and effective results will receive tax incentives, including bracket deductions, for the duration of their investment.
  2. While exploring Alternative Energy and distribution systems, we will prioritize fossil fuels; security and independence.
  3. Because of upramp time and certification, and harvesting and deployment time, we have to start immediately with drilling, fracking, natural gas, and any of the all of the above natural energy sources that the United States is blessed with.
  4. The United States is 35% more green and eco-efficient then any other country in the World.
  5. The notion that you can be more “green” by putting every household item on the electrical grid, and removing all other gas and energy sources is False. Why? Because most homes and structures built since the 1970s have been built with contractor-grade aluminum wiring.
  6. Aluminum wiring takes twice as much input energy than it would with copper wiring, equalling twice as much money for the average home to pay in electric bills.
  7. Now, aluminum wiring as it ages, begins to be heat-stresses, ie. elasticize, or more commonly, flex and bend, increasing that family’s home’s electric bill.
  8. The development and distribution of alternative energy should prioritize affordability for the general public.
  9. Our goal is to replace outdated energy systems with innovative and sustainable alternatives.

10.   We will explore the integration of energy-efficient materials, such as hexagonal walling, that can facilitate energy flow for lighting and household power usage.

11. Development of low-level energy materials, including illuminating hexagons embedded with resistive materials, will be pursued for lighting fixtures and other applications.

12.  We will also focus on developing low-level energy solutions for heating, cooling, cooking, and water heating.

13.   Successful installations will be showcased at product shows, followed by selective remodeling or new home construction to demonstrate the practicality and effectiveness of these technologies.

14.   Continued research and development of physical-state propulsion systems will aim to replace current engine types.

15.   Exploration of cyclone-type electromagnetic and plasma field power generators will be prioritized.

16.   During this development phase, we will maintain oil production and usage until alternative energy sources can be scaled up and integrated into power distribution hubs, infrastructure, and home installations. This phased approach will ensure a smooth transition that makes economic and practical sense.

Manufacturing Policy:

  1. In areas where domestic manufacturing capabilities are lacking, we will establish new factories or renovate and update existing facilities to enable large-scale robotic manufacturing. Human workers will complement automation where necessary.
  2. This approach applies to all sectors of manufacturing.
  3. To enhance efficiency, we will build robust manufacturing ecosystems characterized by close proximity between resource availability, research and development centers, prototyping facilities, component manufacturing, and final assembly. This integrated model will minimize travel time, reduce fuel costs, and streamline production processes.

A.I. in Everyday Life, Workplace, Industry, and Society

Let us remember that previous industrial revolutions were met with concerns about the end of society, yet humanity adapted and thrived. A similar transformation awaits us with the advent of A.I. A.I. will usher in a new industrial revolution, inevitably accompanied by some challenges.

  1. A.I. can be seamlessly integrated into various stages of manufacturing, from design to production.
  2. A.I. can serve as invaluable think tanks, driving innovation and problem-solving across industries.
  3. A.I. can enhance education, surgery, restaurants, firefighting, policing, search and rescue, lifeguard services, farming, construction, and numerous other fields.

These advancements create opportunities for individuals to pursue work aligned with their passions while still earning a livelihood.  We must embrace societal evolution and place our trust in science over superstition, as we are more educated and informed than our ancestors. While A.I. can be employed in rapid tracking systems, critical decision-making and human input should remain integral. 

Certain tasks require human judgment and the uniquely human capacity for last-minute critical thinking and empathy that machines cannot replicate.

Ensuring Border Security and Addressing Illegal Immigration


  1. We must fortify our weak borders by reinforcing existing walls, installing additional surveillance cameras, and establishing military mile posts and patrol points.
  2. To address unauthorized border crossings and provide assistance to those in need, aid stations shall be established along with provisions for injured or wounded guards.
  3. Simultaneously, we will strengthen legal entry points by enhancing surveillance equipment and implementing advanced truck x-ray machines.
  4. Military air patrols will be deployed to safeguard our borders.
  5. Rapid capture and rescue deployment teams, akin to the Coast Guard, will be established to efficiently respond to border incidents.
  6. In specific border zones, limited modifications or suspensions of the Posse Comitatus Act may be necessary to effectively manage the situation.


Our commitment to freedom, liberty, and our principles compels us to address the issue of illegal aliens. While some may express frustration with the influx of individuals, we must acknowledge the underlying humanitarian crisis. Let us rise above partisan politics and approach this matter with compassion and resolve.

We have constitutional amendments that unequivocally reject slavery, yet the presence of cartels within our borders perpetuates this heinous practice. It also enables the abhorrent crime of human trafficking. Undocumented immigrants find themselves trapped in a cycle of indebtedness to cartels or face grave consequences, which is incompatible with our values, religious beliefs, and the principles for which we fought a civil war.

We will identify and neutralize the command and control structures of cartels, targeting both high-ranking officials and low-level operatives. The identification of these command and control elements, as well as individual actors and carriers, is of utmost importance. We shall dismantle the command and control of cartel operations, targeting their networks, operatives, and infrastructure.  Assets, including accounts, finances, properties, and materials, associated with the command and control of cartels will be seized. Our policy leaves no place on Earth for cartels and similar actors to hide or escape justice.

Together, as a nation, we will secure our borders, address illegal immigration with compassion and resolve, and eradicate the criminal enterprises that undermine our values and harm our communities.

We cannot tolerate such assaults on humanity within our own Nation. Illegal aliens of military age must be removed first and foremost before they can cause further or more dire harm to our people and nation. We must thoroughly vet out those claimed as families for legitimacy, and remove those found not to be.

Police Policy

The dedicated police officers of our nation have faced increasingly dangerous situations and tragic loss of life. Our objective is to ensure that the penalties for killing, attacking, or any form of violence against law enforcement are maximized, including federal court proceedings and, where appropriate, the application of the death penalty.

The process for implementing the death penalty should be swift and efficient. We must undertake comprehensive police reform to improve community interactions and enhance the procedures for stops and arrests.

We will establish a streamlined and appropriate training program that equips our officers to respond effectively to various active offenses while prioritizing the safety of all individuals involved, including officers, civilians, and suspects.

National standardization of reforms is crucial, ensuring clarity and understanding for both law enforcement and the public. Reforms will be designed to simplify expectations for stops, arrests, and the consequences of non-compliance, including provisions to address violations by law enforcement officers.


Our goal is to establish a clear, accessible, and enforceable framework that embodies simplicity, codification, dissemination, understanding, and accountability.

Alleviating Poverty and Hunger

It is deeply troubling that within our great nation, 34 million Americans struggle daily to access sufficient food within our borders. Shockingly, 9 million of those individuals are innocent children. This is an unacceptable crisis in modern America that demands immediate attention.

Sadly, over the past decade, this issue has been given insufficient recognition or addressed with the urgency it deserves.

If the United States can procure 25 percent of Ukrainian food surplus to support those in need globally, we must prioritize our own citizens and ensure no one within our borders suffers from hunger.

The existing pantry and food stamp systems were intended to prevent such circumstances, yet they have not effectively addressed the problem. We must develop a new system capable of registering and monitoring individuals to ensure consistent access to food on a daily basis, with multiple provisions if necessary. If it is necessary to reimagine and enhance the functionality of the food stamp system, we will undertake this endeavor.

Within the United States of America, it is simply unacceptable for any child to go hungry. We must eradicate this issue without delay, as a nation that values the well-being and prosperity of all its citizens.


  1. It is imperative that when technology intersects with government, military, commercial, and society, the access to programming and coding data is strictly limited to American nationals.
  2. All foreign coding or programming, regardless of its origin, is strictly prohibited from being installed, used, updated, operated, or amended within any US-based
    companies operating in social, commercial, government, or military sectors.
  3. No US nexus company is allowed to utilize or implement any code, device, or architecture that has been created by foreign operatives, regardless of their affiliation.
  4. It is crucial to prevent the transportation of American-originated programmers, coders, devices, or implementations to foreign entities where they could be
  5. Any military, government, social, or commercial entity that possesses prohibited foreign-coded systems or devices must complete the transition to domestic alternatives within three months.
  6. Critical infrastructure security demands that domestic development and construction of critical electronics, as well as the production of energy, must not involve the participation of foreign nationals.


These policies prioritize safeguarding sensitive data, protecting domestic industries, and ensuring the security and integrity of critical infrastructure within the United States.

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