Mark is a small business owner as well as a lawyer. He serves as managing partner of a 30-lawyer firm that has quintupled in size since its founding. His is also the author of the book, “Less We Can: The Case for Less Government, More Liberty, More Prosperity, and More Security” available at https://www.createspace.com/3610240.
Arvin Vohra is an educator and entrepreneur who was born and raised in Maryland. His latest book is Lies, Damned Lies, and College Admissions. His companies include Arvin Vohra Education, Mind Sculptor Software, and Education4Sale.com. His book, The Equation for Excellence: How to Make Your Child Excel at Math, has been published in both the United States and China, and has been featured on Channel 9 News. Before starting his own business, he studied Mathematics and Economics at Brown University, and then worked as an actuary. Arvin Vohra learned the importance of innovation in education at an early age. He had the highest SAT and PSAT scores in his graduating class (790M, 790V), a score of 5 on 10 APs, and perfect scores on both the GRE and the GMAT.
Before voting on ANY new law, as I do today, I will continue to ask myself:
1. LESS GOVERNMENT – Does the bill tend to reduce government regulations, size of government, or eliminate entitlements or unnecessary programs?
2. LOWER TAXES – Does the bill promote individual responsibility in spending, or reduce taxes or fees?
3. PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY – Does the bill encourage responsible behavior by individuals and families and encourage them to provide for their own health, safety, education, moral fortitude, or welfare?
4. INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM – Does the bill increase opportunities for individuals or families to decide, without hindrance or coercion from government, how to conduct their own lives and make personal choices?
Unless every bill promotes one or more of these objectives, I will oppose it as a further erosion of the freedom of Illinoisans
Christopher writes, “My family has been a part of Idaho Falls since 1886. Born in Rexburg, Idaho. - Raised in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Father worked for the state of Idaho (Patrolman/DOT) 30+ years. - Raised in a conservative Republican household. - Obtained High School Diploma from Idaho Falls Senior High School (class of 1997). - Obtained Diploma from LDS Church Educational System seminaries (1997). - Served a full-time service mission to Nauvoo, Illinois for the LDS church (1997). - Attended professional wrestling school in Atlanta, Georgia. - Attended classes at Idaho State University. - Attended classes at Eastern Idaho Technical College. - Currently a student at American Public University. - Actively involved with Idaho community theaters for over 18 years. Semi-professional stage performer for 18 years. (1994 - Present). Independent contractor performing legal research and abstraction. (2001 - 2004). Owns and operates own shuttle/transportation business (2009 - present). - Libertarian since 1998. - Currently a Humanist with a supportive stance towards the Unitarian Universalist church. - Published poet. - Enjoys cherry pie, a good birthday cigar, and the occasional drink with friends.
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