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About THE USEP
What is The U.S. Equalitarian Party?
Key Party Tenets
A Flat Tax
A Levelled Age of Majority / Adulthood
Healthcare as a Societal Responsibility
Licensing of Firearms
A Well-Financed National Defense
A National Identity Card
Regulated / Reformed Civil Litigation
Select Party Comparisons on Key Issues
Role of Government
Consider government control helpful in the citizen's life; progressive left of center perspective on social issues; perceived to have the propensity to tax and spend; criticized for appearing to favor socialist / communist policies.
Believe minimal government control (especially Federal) is needed in a citizen's life; have a morally pragmatic perspective on social issues; are perceived as a purposeful wedge between the Republicans and Democrats; could be criticized for being “green “ and idealistic.
Maintain limited government control is required in a citizen's life; have a conservative right of center perspective on social issues; perceived to base political doctrine on Christian tenets; are often criticized for favoring big business and careless with the environment.
National Level Policy Issues
Trust in diplomacy and are increasingly dependent on allied support to address our nation’s adversaries. Claim human rights are a priority, but will choose business interests first. Policies imply American exceptionalism is no longer believed or pursued. Strong proponents of the United Nations (U.N.).
Are non-interventionists, but not isolationists. Support U.S. involvement in regionally based security pacts, and believe in peace through strength; they are prepared to defend democracies when American presence is requested and when it is in the national interest. Skeptical with regard to the utility of the U.N.
Seek global recognition of power through displayed strength and pursued influence; prioritize advancement of U.S. business interests and national security over cooperation and human rights concerns; strong proponents of American exceptionalism. Committed ally of Israel and highly critical of the United Nations (U.N.).