Let’s Talk Issues

I keep getting the question, “what are your main issues?”

My main issues are: Unconstitutional taxation, mainly being the 16th Amendment and Unconstitutional gun laws, all of them. Shall not be infringed means the government can be no laws regarding firearms.

I am against all laws that are outside the enumeration of the Constitution.

What I want to know are what are your issues? Let’s have some friendly discussions on issues you have or want to know about.

Ask me the questions about what’s important to you … Let me answer them for you!


  1. Hi Cassie. I’m a fellow Evangelical Christian. Seeing you seem to make the second amendment a huge centerpiece of your campaign, I have a couple questions. I have no problem with gun rights for hunting and target competitions, etc., BUT I have every problem with a right for private citizens to own and use military assault weapons, as they are designed for soldiers to use for mass killings. Such weapons should be restricted to the military. For any biblically supported pro-life ethic–which as a Christian I strongly advocate–there’s no room to legitimate the facilitation of mass murder by access to such weapons. So my two questions are: (1) Would you support a military assault weapons ban? and (2) Would you support strong background checks for the purchase of lethat weapons?

    1. The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution enumerates our God given right of the people to keep and bear Arms, and it shall not be infringed. Infringed being to break; to violate; to transgress; to neglect to fulfill or obey; as, to infringe a law.

      I would not support any firearm bans or background checks, by doing so I would be in violation of the Constitution, that I would take an oath to uphold.

      I do not believe that being a Christian and owning firearms is contradictory to the sanctity of life. It gives people the ability to protect themselves and their loved ones from tyranny and criminals who use them for criminal purposes.

  2. It’s impossible for me to disagree with your platform but what is there to convince me that you actually mean it? I think many of us with a constitutionalist bent would like to elect representatives who aren’t afraid to “throw over the tables of the money changers”. Your bio doesn’t show that you’ve had any experiences like that, something showing that you’re a firebrand. Think you can do that?

    1. I love that you used the reference to throwing over the tables of the money changers. I too have righteous anger at what is going on in Washington, DC and the rest of the country. I know the Constitution and I am outspoken about what is and isn’t in it. I am fed up, like so many people and it’s time to take our country back from these parties. I fought with Enoch City Council to get them to amend their ordinance that violated State and Federal laws regarding our 2nd Amendment rights. I keep hearing how it can’t be done. I disagree, I have hope that the people of this country will wake up. I know I will be hated in Washington DC, but I refuse to back down. I don’t give up on what is right. I will keep fighting for our God given rights enumerated in the Constitution no matter how long it takes. I know I can do this job, because I know that the Framer’s intent was not what we have now. I want my Liberty back and will defend it, so that my grandchildren will be able to live in the freedom they were meant to have.

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