The Four Party Principles
The two dominant American political parties give voters few viable options. Many feel they must choose from the "lesser of two evils" as they consider the choices available from a list of career politicians who have run the "primary gauntlet" of their respective parties by pledging allegiance to the special interests and doctrine their bases demand for both election and re-election.
Neither the Republican nor the Democratic party is able or willing to change the inadequate status quo they have collaboratively created. Only a new party that requires term limits, transparent financial campaign limits, and a nonpartisan problem-solving agenda that focuses on economic growth, fiscal responsibility, and increased global competitiveness will allow the 21st century to become yet another "American Century." We have become a great nation in large part because of our exceptional ability to be creative and to adapt to changing conditions. It is now time to address our growing political dysfunction by establishing a new party - a modern, moderate party.
FOUR PARTY PRINCIPLES
LEGISLATE AND GOVERN FROM THE MIDDLE
Where problem solving occurs
Common ground for all
Places interests of our nation and states before party allegiance and the desire to be re-elected
INCREASE THE ECONOMIC GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS OF THE UNITED STATES
STOP GROWTH OF POLITICAL CLASS AND CAREER POLITICIANS
Limit influence of money in support of incumbents
Encourage more public service motivated candidates
HOLD POLITICAL PARTIES ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR CANDIDATES AND OFFICEHOLDERS
Punish violations of campaign fund-raising policies and unethical and/or illegal conduct