• We want to provide students with essential requirements that include healthy and safe facilities.  We know the school board’s Plan A should not be the solution and the only way ahead.
  • We can establish a Plan B, relying on frugal renovation and repair, using local contractors and local construction workers.
  • We know education is essential, but overwhelming evidence convinces us that spending more won’t motivate kids to learn.  Kids with average intelligence can learn, working hard, practicing diligence and self-discipline, and when blessed with a family environment conducive to learning will learn.  Without these needs for learning, kids will struggle and still may learn.
  • A new school building will not help a struggling student to learn.
  • From what you read here at our website, we hope you will conclude that we desire a wise and frugal government.
  • We regularly practice frugality to make our dollars go further, so we can put every dollar to its best use.  Waste not.  Want not.
  • We expect (with diminishing confidence) that those spending our tax dollars to do likewise.
  • We believe that hard working people have a God-given right to decide how to use their property, including their earnings.
  • We don’t believe we’re entitled to the earnings of others.  If they spend unwisely, experience will teach them.
  • We don’t think every cause is a deserving cause.  Likely, you agree.
  • After covering essential needs, we think folks are entitled to decide for themselves which causes deserve their support instead of being forced to provide as a government agency or a majority of voters dictate.  Might does not make right.
  • Only individuals have a conscience.  Majorities do not.
  • We know that Americans are the most generous people on this planet and that they willingly give to worthy causes and to help those in need.
  • We believe that when voters have the facts about an issue, most will make a wise decision for our kids and community.