Provided below are a list of issues which Bullet believes are key to reforming Washington D.C., along with his views on these issues. They again are designed to provide the Missouri voter with a sense of how he will represent you as your senator. Please review this list below.
The Federal Government should focus on reforming the Federal Government and not on changing or replacing the American citizen.
The Federal Government’s slow drift away from the democratic values upon which the Nation was founded is a threat to the liberty of all American citizens.
Once elected, Bullet will present himself regularly to the Missouri Legislature for parliamentary style “Questions” sessions to allow the citizens of Missouri and their State Representatives greater influence over their senator and their Federal Government.
Bullet will fully fund our police, while insisting that all police recognize, respect, and protect the rights of all citizens.
U.S. immigration policy should be structured to benefit American citizens, not immigrants or the political interests of any party or interest group.
Bullet will support all efforts to ensure we have an orderly, disciplined, and measured immigration system.
The breaking of immigration laws to enter the Country illegally, or the willful failure to enforce immigration law by public officials, should not be rewarded in any way by U.S. lawmakers.
Once accepted into the legal immigration system, the natural rights of immigrants should be respected and protected, but not the full rights and privileges associated with citizenship. Once earning citizenship, legal immigrants will possess all the rights and privileges possessed by all U.S. citizens.
Parents should have both control of and authority over what is taught in public schools.
Federal funding for education should follow the student to whatever accredited school the student attends.
Federal funding of education should incentivize students to attend smaller, more efficient schools with high academic standards and performance.
American citizens should have a “property right” and a "privacy right" over any information they provide either directly, or indirectly, on any public or open network.
Any corporation which benefits from special legal status or protections should not prohibit, restrict, or provide commentary on the exercise of any citizen’s rights.
The Federal Government’s fiscal and monetary policies are reckless at best, destructive at worst, and are a threat to the wealth and happiness of current and future generations of American citizens.
The U.S. Congress’ transfer of legislative authority to the President, Judiciary, and administrative state undermine our core democratic values, that government derives its just powers from the consent of the governed.
Presidential use of executive orders either in lieu of legislative authority, or which go beyond the authorities granted the Executive by the Constitution, must be checked by the Legislature.
Congress must recover from the President, Judiciary, and administrative state the powers it has allowed those branches to expropriate.
The willingness, or even eagerness, of judges to create law rather than to decide issues resulting from disputes over existing law, must be addressed by the U.S. Senate.
The administrative state’s ability to make rules which impact the rights, liberties, and welfare of American citizens without specific authority from the Legislature to do so must be ended.
Bullet will conduct a “low-cost campaign” to reduce the influence of special interests in Missouri politics.
Bullet will not run a “low-class campaign” that besmirches the name of any other candidate for public office.
Bullet will represent three constituencies as your senator, present day Missourians, future Missourians, and past Americans.