REFORMING THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

Require convictions for assets to be forfeited; prohibit incarceration for fine-only misdemeanors; require fines and forfeitures be transferred to general funds instead of enforcing agency budgets and consider ability to pay in levying fines.
Read More

REDUCING THE ECONOMIC HARM OF EXCISE TAXES

Repeal federal, state and local sin and gas taxes, all of which have a disproportionate negative impact on low-income families.
Read More

STOPPING WEALTH TRANSFER FROM THE POOR TO NON-CITIZENS

Bar illegal aliens from using public services, except in emergencies.
Read More

IMPROVING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLICE AND BLACK COMMUNITIES

Get police out of the regulation business; disarm federal agencies and transfer the resources to support police-community outreach programs; increase use of body cameras; provide training to police in identifying people with autism; end gun bans and put police in charge of safety training.
Read More

PROMOTING SELF-DETERMINATION

End fraudulent election practices that dilute black votes. Require proof of citizenship to register; vigorously prosecute those who target minority communities for fraud and prohibit the mailing out of ballots that haven’t been requested.
Read More

STRENGTHENING FAITH-BASED COMMUNITIES

Establish federal Tax Credit Scholarships; repeal the Johnson Amendment; create a tax credit for families paying for nursery-12 fees and tuition and ban abortions performed exclusively on the basis of fetus ethnicity.
Read More

REDUCING BLACK UNEMPLOYMENT

Although the black unemployment rate is historically low, it is still nearly double the white unemployment rate. All too often, blacks are still denied jobs opportunities – not due to racism committed by individuals – but due to regulations that were created for the explicit purpose of preventing them from competing with white workers. Blacks have not always experienced higher unemployment rates than whites. During the 1930s, blacks were employed at modestly higher rates. This was due to their willingness to work for lower wages and work longer hours to build better lives for their families – similar to migrant
Read More

IMPROVING HIGHER EDUCATION

Require schools to meet minimum graduation rate standards for both general and minority student populations to be eligible for federal student financial aid. Establish tuition caps for schools participating in student financial aid programs.
Read More