“Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become more corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.” – Benjamin Franklin

As we start a new month here in Kentucky, with an eye toward the 2023 statewide primary elections May 16, we are reminded that the major party bosses do not prioritize the most natural and humane concerns of our era, that of the need for re-establishing a covenant of liberty, honesty, and integrity between God, government, and society. As outlined in my earlier articles, our nation is mired in a cesspool of public dishonesty, whereby gaslighting is government’s primary tool, and corporate-government “partnerships” replace the free market with fascist attempts to manipulate your every thought, want, and need. Nowhere was the new fascism better illustrated than with the April 24 “cancellation” of Tucker Carlson from Fox News. It doesn’t matter that Carlson’s dismissal was an incredibly bad business decision, or that the move showed enormous contempt of their customer base. No, what matters is maintaining the corporate uni-media in lockstep with the Federal uni-party government, continuing to censor the important topics or our era and to suppress what is most natural and humane in America.

As Carlson stated April 26, “the undeniably big topics – the ones that will define our future – get virtually no (public) discussion at all: war, civil liberties, emerging science, demographic change, corporate power, natural resources.” He added further that “both political parties and their donors have reached consensus on what benefits them, and they actively collude to shut down any conversation…” That is, they collude to shut down public discussion about what is natural, humane, and important to you.

The Who’s That Candidate project aims to offer an alternative course that rejects the fascism, tribalism, and transhumanism promoted by the new fascism of the Democrats and RINOs. The course we advocate aims to re-establish liberty and integrity as the defining relationship between government and society. Our policy pillars outline how integrity must be the foundation for governance, how a sensible and empowering approach to education is necessary, and how a more fair and limited set of tax laws must reign in governmental power. Together, the pillars can guide us on getting government permanently out of the business of corrupt partnerships with big corporations, stopping the outsourcing of our elections, and introducing real transparency and accountability to Kentucky government. Securing a broadly interpreted set of individual rights must always be the first and only priority of government, and our pillars provide a roadmap for how to do exactly that under both the US and Kentucky Constitutions.

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