Positions

Net Neutrality
Net neutrality is the principle that all data on the Internet should be treated equally. It ensures that ISPs do not discriminate or charge differentially by user, content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or modes of communication. I strongly support Net Neutrality.

Trans-Pacific Partnership
The secrecy surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership is due to the fact that Americans would be strongly opposed to the contents of this trade agreement. Democracy requires our government to operate in the light of day. Even our Congresspersons are in the dark regarding many provisions of the TPP. I strongly oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Pro-choice
I am pro-choice because it is none of anyone else's business what we do with out bodies. If we don't have freedom over our own body all other freedom is illusory. So I agree with the courts decision in Roe v Wade.

LGBT Rights
Everyone deserves equal rights and those rights must extend to the LGBT community.


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  • commented 2016-08-15 09:51:10 -0700
    “Sexual orientation and gender identity are integral aspects of our selves and should never lead to discrimination or abuse. Human Rights Watch works for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people’s rights, with activists representing a multiplicity of identities and issues.”
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  • commented 2016-05-22 14:31:30 -0700
    I am curious about your position on:

    The drug war (not just marijuana)

    The Second Amendment

    Encryption

    Income inequality between men and women, but also people of color and Caucasians

    Freedom versus security

    Dogs or cats ;)
  • commented 2016-05-14 19:03:01 -0700
    What is your position on Internet Poker? For many years, Americans were able to play poker on the internet as do citizens of foreign countries. Then, the Republican Party came up with the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA), which was passed as a “midnight drop” on the last day before Congress adjourned in 2006 and attached to the SAFE Port Act. The conservative, moral right snuck it in at the last minute in very subversive and almost questionably unconstitutional way. What does Internet Poker have to do with the safety of American ports? As a result, most Americans have not been able to play poker online for an entire decade. Three states, New Jersey, Delaware, and Nevada have have recently approved-and-regulated poker websites up and running. California is considering regulated Internet Poker.

    I oppose the so-called Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA). RAWA – H.R. 707 & S. 1668 – would force states to shut down their instate-only poker websites and bar states from authorizing new ones. RAWA attacks liberty, Internet freedom, consumer protection, and the Tenth Amendment. Instead, I encourage you to support the traditional rights of states on issues like Internet Poker.

    Americans for Tax Reform, Democratic Governors Association, Campaign for Liberty, Fraternal Order of Police, American Conservative Union, Competitive Enterprise Institute, National Conference of State Legislators and many others have written to Congressional leadership expressing their strong opposition to a federal ban on state-authorized Internet poker.
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