Standing up for our Constitutional Rights.


As an ardent believer in the principles enshrined in the United States Constitution, I am deeply committed to upholding and preserving the individual freedoms guaranteed by this remarkable document. I firmly believe that every individual has the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, as articulated in the Declaration of Independence and protected by the Constitution. This commitment extends not only to my own personal freedoms but also to advocating for the rights of others and defending the constitutional rights of all individuals, regardless of their race, religion, gender, or background.

In embracing this personal commitment, I recognize that the Constitution serves as a vital framework for our society, establishing a delicate balance between individual rights and the needs of the collective. I am devoted to protecting the First Amendment rights of free speech, assembly, and religion, recognizing that a free and open exchange of ideas is the bedrock of a vibrant society. Additionally, I stand firmly in defense of the Second Amendment, understanding that responsible gun ownership is a cornerstone of individual protection and the preservation of liberty. Through my words, actions, and engagement with civic and political processes, I strive to foster a society that values and upholds the fundamental individual freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution

2nd Amendment

“To disarm the people...[i]s the most effectual way to enslave them.” - George Mason.

Don firmly believes that the right to bear arms is not only a fundamental individual right but also a necessary check against the potential tyranny of an overreaching government. He feels that the 2nd amendment is a crucial safeguard of personal liberty and that without it, citizens could become vulnerable to government abuse of power.

In addition to his support for the 2nd amendment, Don also believes that the Constitution was designed to limit the power of the federal government and preserve the autonomy of the states. He argues that the framers of the Constitution recognized the importance of local control and the need for state-specific solutions to problems. Don feels that the federal government should not have a monopoly on decision-making and that the states are better equipped to handle issues that directly impact their citizens. He believes that the people are best served when decisions are made as close to home as possible, and that the Constitution was written to ensure that power would not be concentrated in a distant and unaccountable national government.

2nd amendment

In my view, the role of the federal government is inherently limited, while the state government holds a more significant position in shaping policies and addressing local needs. The framers of the Constitution intended for the federal government to have specific enumerated powers, with all other powers reserved to the states or the people, as outlined in the Tenth Amendment. This limited role allows the federal government to focus on crucial national issues, such as defense, international relations, and interstate commerce, while leaving most other matters to the discretion of individual states.

Within this framework, the state government plays a vital role in governing and enacting policies that directly impact the lives of its residents. From education and healthcare to transportation and law enforcement, the state government is best positioned to understand the unique challenges and preferences of its constituents. This localized approach fosters a more responsive and accountable form of governance, allo

This localized approach fosters a more responsive and accountable form of governance, allowing states to tailor their laws and regulations to reflect the values and priorities of their communities. It is through the collective action of the states that the diverse needs and interests of the American people can be effectively addressed, creating a more balanced and representative system of government.