• A modest proposal for Google and Facebook

    Google, Facebook, and other Silicone Valley tech companies have been under fire lately for paying employees differently based on their value to the company, and for not hiring sub-standard persons to work for them.

  • Oppose the Graham-Durbin DREAM amnesty

    I, along with the vast majority of your constituents, oppose the DREAM Act amnesty. Please oppose this legislation offered by Senators Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin.

  • Ensure border funding is approved

    I urge you to not sign any relevant spending legislation that does not fund the border requests listed in the White House’s FY2018 proposed budget. For too long, the federal government has ignored border security, and I’m confident that the President’s request for funding would reduce illegal immigration at the border and strengthen national security.

  • Support the sanctuary city bill

    I urge you to support the recently-passed House bill H.R. 3003 (which would end sanctuary cities) if it reaches the Senate floor for a vote.

  • Don’t allow DACA illegal aliens to compete with Americans for government jobs

    The House Appropriations Committee approved an amendment to the Financial Services spending bill that would allow DACA recipients to compete with American workers for Federal jobs. So much for Congress putting American workers first!

  • Ban all utility-scale renewable energy projects

    I am strongly in favor of protecting the human, economic and environmental values of our desert communities. Therefore I support a Renewable Energy and Conservation Element of the General Plan that restricts utility-scale renewable energy projects to the five severely degraded areas identified by the Board of Supervisors in its February 2016 Resolution to the BLM: Amboy, El Mirage, Hinkley, Kramer Junction, and Trona.

  • Vote to end sanctuary cities

    I urge you to support the recently passed House bill, H.R. 3003 that would end sanctuary cities, if it reaches the Senate floor for a vote.

  • Oppose H-2B visa increases

    I am disappointed that some of your Senate colleagues are pushing for an increase in H-2B numbers. As H-2B visas typically cover seasonal, entry-level, or unskilled jobs, these visas disproportionately harm young Americans. Increasing H-2B visa numbers would prevent thousands of more young Americans from entering the workplace.

  • Abolish birthright citizenship for illegal aliens

    It is not fair for the children of illegal aliens to receive U.S. citizenship at birth. The rest of the industrialized world has moved past this archaic system and I hope you will work to end it by supporting legislation that ends Birthright Citizenship, so that America is able to move past it as well.

  • Thank you for cosponsoring H.R. 38

    Thank you for cosponsoring H.R. 38, The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act. Please talk with your fellow Members and encourage them to cosponsor it as well. Remind them that this is one of the most popular bills in the Congress.

  • Block S.B. 54 from passage

    Assembly Committees are debating S.B. 54, which would limit communications between local law enforcement agencies and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. This is wrong and dangerous, so I am asking you to block the bill from moving forward in the Assembly.

  • Please pass H.R. 3003, the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act

    I urge you to support the recently passed House bill, H.R. 3003 that would end sanctuary cities, if it reaches the Senate floor for a vote.

  • Your guide to photo I.D.

    How to tell if it is being racist to require photo I.D.

  • Vote for sanctuary city legislation

    Sanctuary cities are out of control and put themselves, and illegal aliens, above the law. This disregard for the law has cost scores of innocent Americans their lives. H.R. 3003, legislation that would help to end this lawless activity, will receive a House floor vote this week and I urge you to support it.

  • Drop all charges against CMP defendants

    I am writing to urge you not to refile charges against David Daleiden, the founder of the Center for Medical Progress, or his associate, Sandra “Susan” Merritt, for their roles in the release of undercover videos that showed Planned Parenthood employees appearing to negotiate the price of aborted fetal body parts, and to dismiss the lone remaining charge. I believe it was a mistake to charge them in the first place.

  • Thank you for supporting concealed carry reciprocity

    Thank you for your support of the concealed carry reciprocity bill (H.R. 38).

  • Fix your foreign policy

    During your campaign, opponents claimed that you would get us into World War III. I not only scoffed at the idea, and pointed out your many statements about disengaging the U.S. from the role of world policeman, but reminded them that the horrible foreign policy track records of the Clintons and our past presidents argued for “business as usual” should you not be elected.

  • Fix vote fraud

    As a candidate, you made references to vote fraud as a serious issue in the United States. I agree, which is why I applauded your executive order establishing a commission to investigate vote fraud.

  • Fix the bureaucracy

    As a candidate, you often made reference to draining the swamp. As laudable as this goal may be, the “swamp” exists because the federal government has become so gigantic, so invasive, and so all-encompassing that anyone who wishes to get anything done in this country must necessarily apply to Washington at some point — either for help or permission. Draining the swamp, therefore, isn’t enough: You must eliminate it completely. Draining it will only create a vacuum, and nature abhors a vacuum.

  • Fix immigration

    As a candidate, you made numerous promises regarding illegal immigration, including building a wall. Clearly, you are not going to make good on that promise any time soon.