STATE ISSUES

• He supports the 2nd amendment, and believes that the right to bear arms should not be infringed upon.

• He is in favor of nullifying federal drug laws against Marijuana, and leaving it up to the states to decide on the matter of legalization (medical or recreational usage) for people ages 18 or older. As history shows, Alcohol Prohibition (1920-1933), had a minor effect on preventing Americans from drinking. This caused a black market in which caused: overdose deaths, gang violence, and a steady increase of crime. Marijuana should be taxed and regulated like alcohol and tobacco.

• Mr. Williams favors the legal drinking age should be decreased to 18 years old.

• Mr. Williams favors that prostitution to be decriminalize. Locking up individuals for victim-less crimes and ‘bad habits’ then putting them in a cell with murderers, rapists and child molesters won’t rehabilitate them.

• Mr. Williams favors that all State & local law enforcement wear body cameras, left on while on duty and footage made available to the public at request.

• Mr. Williams is in favor of the federal government staying out the business of marriage. He believes marriage should be handled by private contract (social institutions), or at the church discretion, not by governmental force to marry heterosexual or same-sex couples.

• Mr. Williams is against Eugenics, government mandated vaccination, affirmative action, Mandatory minimum sentencing for non-violent drug offenses, Abuse of Domesticated Animals (house pets), and corporate/auto bailouts.


FEDERAL ISSUES

• Mr. Williams is opposed to federal legislation that infringes on the privacy of the American people such as the Patriot Act, NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) & NSA warrantless spying.

• TSA (Transportation Security Administration) is also unnecessary; as he believes that the airline industry should be returned to the private sector providing their own security services. At the very least, if the TSA is to exist, Mr. Williams believes that U.S. military veterans should be employed in those positions.

• Mr. Williams is against any attempt by government or corporate entities to curtail freedom of speech on the Internet.