What We Believe
    • America's unparalleled progress is based on the freedom and dignity of the individual, sustained by basic moral and religious concepts.

 

    • Economic progress, cultural advancement, ethical and religious principles flourish best where people are free responsible individuals.

 

    • Individual freedom and opportunity must not be sacrificed in a quest for guaranteed "security".

 

    • In government by legislative and constitutional law, impartially administered, without special privilege.

 

    • In the representative form of government as provided in our Constitution and in limitations on government power.

 

    • In maintenance of equal opportunity.

 

    • In the right of each individual to freedom of worship and in freedom of speech, press, and peaceful assembly.

 

    • That individuals have a moral responsibility to help preserve freedom for future generations by participating in public affairs and by helping to elect candidates who share their fundamental beliefs and principles.

 

    • That people have the right and the responsibility to speak for themselves individually or through organizations of their choice without coercion or government intervention.

 

    • In the right of every person to choose an occupation; to be rewarded according to his contribution to society; to save, invest or spend; and to convey his property to heirs.

 

    • That legislation and regulations favorable to all sectors of agriculture should be aggressively developed in cooperation with allied groups possessing common goals.

 

    • Property rights are among the human rights essential to the preservation of individual freedom.