My platform rests on three main categories: tradition, family, and property. This page discusses tradition. I have to step back into history to describe where I stand with regard to tradition. First of all the United States of America has a history that is well documented. It can not be changed no matter what ideology comes along and tries to change it. Not only can it not be changed, but also many lives in wars and accidents have died for all the principles on which this country was founded. This country has a Declaration of Independence, a Constitution, and the Federalist Papers that help to explain the Constitution. The first thirteen (13) colonies separated from the King of England because of tyranny, and the religious persecution at the time. Our country has also developed its own institutions: the U.S. Navy, of which the U.S. Marine Corps is a part, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Coast Guard, the White House, the U.S. Legislature, the U.S. Supreme Court, the individual States, and many others. Our legal system is based on English Common Law that stills stands today. The country is a world power in that it is respected among all countries of the world. The country is rich in resources. The country maintains incredible economies of scale and technological capacities. Where tradition lies, tradition dies. In the United States of America, tradition does not lie, as long as it keeps to its principles. Therefore, we must maintain our tradition with work, love, and life.
Above all, the country was founded on the Creator. Also, the country is a Judeo-Christian-based nation. Knowing history, there is no reason to change the greatest civilization and legal system thus far developed, for instance, to accept Islamic Shariah Law, the code of law derived from the Koran. I do believe that the Bible and prayer should be re-instituted in the public school system.