Today, the United States stands in a position it has never known before. 

Over the last six years, we as citizens have seen our economy collapse, our international influence wane, our military gutted, and our Constitution ignored. 

Our country's future -- the future for our families, our children, our grandchildren -- is at risk.


We are in this precarious situation because, too often, our nation’s leaders fail to lead. They are too often feckless, subject to the winds of public opinion.

And unless we hold them accountable to our Constitution and to the principles critical to our nation’s success, we will slip deeper and deeper into decline.

Enforcing the rule of law . . . reducing the debt . . . limiting government’s reach -- these are just a few of the battles that need to be addressed during the upcoming elections.  Therefore, I hope that you will think carefully about who you vote for and your influence on others to make right choices.


"A wise and frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor and bread it has earned - this is the sum of good government." 

- Thomas Jefferson

"I believe we are witnessing the erosion of our free enterprise system along with the very fabric that made America the greatest country on earth. Therefore, I will work to limit federal government intrusion in the private sector, work to lower taxes and increase the accountability of all elected officials." 

David P. Bernal, Chief Executive Officer