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Ronald Reagan once said,

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction."

"We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free."

America is on the brink of falling into an abyss of Liberalism. The 2016 election was a wakeup call to Conservative Americans But America, as we know it today, didn't get this way overnight. It happened slowly, over decades. We have been given one last opportunity to right the course of this country's direction. To do that, means that we have to come out of our comfort zones. We have to talk about things that we normally might not discuss with family, friends, co-workers, mailmen, you name it. It is going to take each and every one of us to speak up and educate each other.

These are the very reasons that we must become diligently active in our country's political process. We have to rid our country of legislators who are more concerned with bowing to special interest groups and lobbyist than the very constituents who put them in office. In order to do that we must pull the plug of the swamp they dwell in.


The Constitution limits the Executive Branch, the President, to two terms, 8 years. This is one area where I feel the Founding Fathers did not go far enough with their foresight. There are members of Congress who have made service in Washington D.C. a life long career. Some Representatives and Senators have been in office for 20, 30, and even 40 years. The current Congressman for District 4, Robert Aderholt, was first elected in 1997. Our country has been hijacked by individuals who have gone to Capitol Hill and grown roots. Many have become so entrenched with the affairs of Washington that they have forgotten the very people who’ve put them there.


One of the major reasons that a Convention of States is needed, in my opinion, is to curtail unconstitutional SCOTUS overreaches and return our country back to a government that would be recognizable to the Founders and the Constitution. The power of governing our nation rests solely with its citizenry—We the People. Legislators and past presidents have watered down this power to the point that the American people act like servants, and the representatives have taken on a lordship role. This is completely opposite of what our Founding Fathers envisioned while drafting the Constitution.


I have carried a rifle and a pistol for most of my adult life, and fired both in defense of every American and myself in combat. The right to defend ourselves is God-given. It is not a right provided to us by our federal government, but rather the inherent right to keep and bear arms is a right the federal government is sworn to protect.

I will continue to uphold the oath I took to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, and I will fight to protect our Second Amendment from all attempts to erode it.



"The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration."

The 16th Amendment is a complete contradiction on how the Founders envisioned funding the federal government. Like Social Security, the 16th Amendment was another "temporary" progressive idea that has become deeply ingrained in the day to day operations of America.


Do you continue to write checks even after there is no money in your bank account?

Our current spending is unsustainable. We must work towards a Balanced Budget Amendment that will force government to live within its means. We need to overhaul federal spending caps and deficit targets enforced by sequester in order to balance the budget and begin paying down the federal debt. Congress has demonstrated too many times that it won’t make tough spending decisions on its own which is why putting the backstops in place is so important.


I believe family is the bedrock of a healthy society. It is imperative that our government maintains a position that supports the divinely instituted nuclear family, not one that leads to its destruction.

I recognize that parents have the fundamental right and responsibility to nurture, educate, and discipline their children and I oppose any governmental agency that thinks it knows better than the parent on how to raise and care for their children.


It is unconscionable to take the life of an innocent child, which is why I’ll work hard to make sure we’re funding real women’s health, not an organization that performs 300,000 abortions and zero mammograms each year.


We must fight for working families by expanding opportunities and creating an economic environment that allows for job growth. The last eight years have been a disaster for the average American family. The most important thing Washington can do to promote job and economic growth is remove barriers facing the private sector.


How many thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of people have suffered because of substandard health insurance? Obama Care is crumbling under its own weight. But, we don’t need to just repeal the Affordable Care Act, we need to reform health insurance as a whole.

But honestly, I think that we should only repeal Obama Care and not replace it. The federal government has no business trying to create a cookie cutter health plan and presume it will positively meet the needs of every citizen, in every different state, and expect it to be a successful outcome. Plan creation and regulation is better suited at the state and free market level. This would allow more competition, thus keeping the individual prices much lower.


Part of fixing our economy is securing our borders and reforming immigration, We all know that our immigration system, both illegal and legal, is broken. Politicians in Washington don’t have the will to fix it, but they should, and I will.


As a former combat soldier based in Iraq and others various areas of the Middle East, national security will be one of my top priorities as a member of Congress. I have seen the enemy face to face, and know that the war we are in is not only a war of military force, it is a war of ideology. ISIS seeks to destroy western civilization, and our very way of life.

When elected to Congress, I will aggressively press the Trump administration for a plan and a budget that will allow us to defeat these jihadist groups without dragging our country into another nearly two decades of endless war.


Along with ensuring our military has everything they need to protect us, it is our duty as Americans to guarantee those who have worn our Nation’s uniform that they will be taken care of after their service.

Every Veteran who the VA serves must be treated as the most important veteran to ever be served. Anything less is unacceptable. Honoring our commitment to each veteran should be a top priority for Congress. Every veteran that has sworn the oath, worn the uniform and offered to give the last beat of their heart, should not be taken for granted.

When I am elected to Congress, I will fight to provide our nation’s veterans the flexibility to choose anytime, anywhere medical care. I will introduce legislation to reform our broken VA system, and provide quality care to our servicemen and women so they are guaranteed the dignity and honor they’ve earned.

Veterans gave every American their best, and deserve the best care our nation has to offer.


As a veteran, I understand the important role our military plays both at home and abroad. In order to keep America safe, we must maintain the most prepared, well trained, and strongest military in the world. This means rebuilding our Navy, modernizing our Air Force and raising our troop levels. These are very dangerous times and America must maintain its military superiority.


As a strong supporter of the state of Israel, I will work to repair the strained United States-Israel Relationship. Former President Obama has damaged it almost beyond repair. I believe our ally is a sovereign nation, and has a right to self-determination and self-defense. As your Congressman, I will continue to stand up for Israel.


Drugs are bad. They destroy families. They wreak havoc in our communities. They are an evil that needs to be dealt with swiftly. In Congress, I will do everything within my ability to empower our law enforcement agencies to tackle this epidemic head on.

Committee to Elect Mike Moses
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