I’m a conservative Republican and a nanophysicist at Harvard University. Until recently, I had no intention to run for public office. I decided to run for the U.S. Congress in the Third District of Massachusetts this year because I believed that this country was heading in the wrong direction.
Although unsuccessful in a crowded field of five Republicans in the September primary, my core beliefs about this country have not changed. In fact, they’re stronger than ever. The problems still exist and won’t all be solved in the near term.
I believe that the Obama Administration and the Reid-Pelosi Congress have launched our country in a direction which undermines the incentive for self-reliance by facilitating government dependency while stifling industry and innovation through cumbersome and repressive regulations and taxes. The task at hand, to reverse the changes that have come to bind us, will be difficult. The elites who govern us will not readily abandon their social engineering agenda.
I believe I bring a different perspective — a scientific perspective perhaps — to steering a course back to prosperity through freedom for America.
Through this blog I hope to continue the fight for a country that:
I encourage others of like mind to contribute ideas and suggestions via the Contact Form to this blog. Together we can bring new solutions to the problems that are keeping us from being the great country that we can become.