Constitutional Principles

  1. We shall seek to reform our electoral, lobbying, and campaign practices to ensure that our elected government officials and our candidates owe their allegiance and remain accountable to the people whom they are elected to serve rather than other influence-seeking agencies.
  2. We shall require ethical conduct by all our government officials with respect to the acceptance of rewards from special interests seeking to influence government during or following their terms of public service.

Some Platform Points to Work On

Here are some comments on some of our platform points to look at. If anyone wants to propose changes, they can be considered and voted upon at a party meeting.

Social Issues/Civil Rights

The Reform Party of KS supports passage of legislation designating English as the official language of the United States.

We, the Reform Party of KS, wholeheartedly support Second Amendment rights as guaranteed by the United States Constitution and as given to us by Almighty God.

The Reform Party of KS strongly supports the traditional family as ordained by God and built upon the marital union of one man and one woman.

A people cannot be considered free if they fear their own government. As control of the law enforcement apparatus has been slowly transferred to our federal government and the threat looms of control being transferred to unelected transnational overseers, fear of our own government will naturally rise. ... The Reform Party of KS takes a strong stand against the rise of state police powers and laws that allow for the people to be penalized in fines and property seizures without due process of law.


  1. Promote knowledge of and respect for our natural environment;
  2. Preserve an integrated network of natural areas to preserve our natural heritage and to accommodate compatible human use;
  3. Encourage practices and promote the development and use of technologies most beneficial and least harmful to our environment; and
  4. Steadily improve the quality of our air, water and earth.


We shall support reform of the health care system that returns control of the system to its patients.

We must return the individual's right to control their own medical and health decisions.


Whereas our United States Constitution does not grant powers to the Federal Government other than those enumerated therein, we call for the dismantling of the Department of Education.

The Federal Government shall not regulate nor intervene in our schools. Neither shall it provide or endorse a particular world-view or philosophy, in keeping with the First Amendment which prohibits the establishment of a religion. For the responsibility to educate our youth belongs to the people, in particular to the parents or legitimate guardian of the child, and this right shall not be denied them. They shall have the right to choose the method of education that shall include but not be limited to: private schools, correspondence schools, home schooling or public schools run by local and independent school boards, whose members are elected in fair elections, free from special interest groups, union and political influence.


Recognizing that the federal government has conspicuously failed to secure our nation's borders against illegal immigration and that its failure undermines the rule of law, violates our national sovereignty, and imposes intolerable social and fiscal burdens on the American people, the Reform Party of KS supports ...

  1. Not rewarding illegal immigrants for breaking the law by granting them temporary or permanent legal status (amnesty).
  2. Adopting the core recommendation of the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform to eliminate the easy access to jobs that attract illegal aliens by requiring the verifiable proof that the prospective employee is a United States citizen or a properly registered alien.
  3. Imposing sanctions including the suspension of visa privileges and cutoff of foreign aid to any country that refuses to cooperate with the U.S. either in the repatriation of its illegal alien nationals, or in preventing aliens from illegally entering the U.S. through its territory.
  4. Effective interior enforcement of U.S. immigration laws to insure that all illegal aliens identified or apprehended by law enforcement agencies are promptly deported.
  5. Use of the Army, National Guard, or any other branch of the armed forces that may be required to help the U.S. Border Patrol secure our borders against illegal crossing by aliens, drug smugglers, or other criminals.
  6. Adoption of a law clarifying that the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution does not give automatic U.S. citizenship to a child born on U.S. soil to illegal alien parents.

Foreign Policy

Trade Policy

Campaign Finance Reform

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