Serving as U.S. Senator for the great state of Louisiana has been the honor of my lifetime. I know how important it is to fight for your interests and not the interests of the Washington elite. We need good-paying jobs, better education for our children, and a little common sense up in Washington, and I’m working every day to make sure it happens.
America is the greatest nation in all human history. But you wouldn’t know that listening to the liberal politicians these days. As your U.S. Senator, I’ve always put America’s interests first, including standing up to communist China and ending the bad trade deals that hurt our American workers.
I’ve voted to put more money back in Louisiana families’ pocketbooks, supported policies that keep neighbors safe from violent criminals, keep insurance premiums low, protect the family retirement plan from foreign corruption, and even keep the family dog safe during travel.
Louisianians are busy earning a living every day and providing for their families. They don’t have time to worry about the partisan games that seem to be played every day in Washington. That’s why I am fighting on the front lines against stupid each and every day. I’ve often said our country was founded by geniuses, but it’s being run by idiots. It’s true. When the left wingers introduce liberal policies like the Green New Deal or Welfare For All, I am always there to fight back. I’ve stood strong to stop our tax dollars from going to dead people, to stop millionaires from collecting food stamps, and to stop violent murderers and pedophiles from receiving get-out-of-jail-free cards. I will never back down from a fight over wasteful spending or wacky policy ideas. You trusted me to bring Louisiana common sense to every debate in the U.S. Senate, and that’s what I do.
Education has the power to change lives. No parent should have to send his or her child to a failing school. Too many of our kids are trapped in schools where violence is more common than learning.
I’ve been a substitute teacher in Louisiana public schools for years, so I’ve seen firsthand that quality education is the key to Louisiana’s future. Improving our education system starts with getting the federal government out of our curriculum and classrooms and with giving teachers the resources and authority they need to do their jobs. Just ask a parent, what we are teaching our kids matters, and I refuse to support Biden’s plan to subsidize wokeness in Louisiana’s schools. The most important thing we can do to improve our schools is make sure parents have the authority and power they need to make good decisions for their child’s future, and I’m working every day to make sure they have that.