May 4, 2022

How to Improve Our Energy and Education Policies

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Back in the late 1970s, a series of public policy decisions was made at the federal level that continue to fail us all these decades later. I think it’s long past time that we revisit those and even be open to reversing and repealing them entirely. Two of the main issues I’m using in my campaign for the Oregon’s brand…

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March 23, 2022

The American Way of Life

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As I make my way around Oregon’s new Sixth Congressional District, I’m frequently reminded of why I decided to run for this position in the first place. I talk to people and I hear their concerns. They tell me almost every day about the things that keep them up at night. Most of those include the images we’ve grown far…

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March 16, 2022

Let’s Stop Funding Foreign Aggression

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Recent global and geopolitical events have highlighted the importance of a key issue that I’ve been discussing in my campaign for Oregon’s new Sixth Congressional District: American energy independence is critical for both our economy and national security. Russia’s unprovoked attack on the Ukraine shattered 70 years of peace on the European continent literally overnight. An immediate result was the…

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February 17, 2022

Energy Independence is Essential

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Under the Trump administration, the United States achieved something many of us thought we would never see—this nation became completely energy independent. Aside from being self-sufficient in this very critical area, we also became a net exporter of energy. The implications of this were huge. Whereas before, we relied on other nations to help meet our energy needs, we were…

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