As the son of immigrants, I am grateful that America welcomed my parents to be part of this great country. My parents wasted no time in getting jobs to ensure they would not be a burden on other Americans. They accepted the culture, learned English, and sent a son to defend our country. Today, many people seem not to understand the distinction between legal and illegal immigration.
Many people today seem to believe the Constitution is outdated and not made for our current society. The Preamble to the Constitution states clearly: "And secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America." The Constitution has never failed us, but career politicians have failed the Constitution. The Constitution empowers us, "We the People," to control government. I believe we have lost that power in Washington.
America was never intended to be the police of the world. It saddens me to see countries who our brave men and women have helped liberate turn on our soldiers the weapons we provide them. America must never answer to socialist nations who are members of the UN, NATO, or world trade organizations. Our nation should maintain strong working relationships with our allies and stand firm against those who mean to do us harm.
Watch as Tim sits down with Ben Ferguson of Fox News and discusses the issues that matter to the Third District of Utah including national energy policy, Congress creating inflation with COVID spending, and why John Curtis making more money in the stock market than Nancy Pelosi matters.
Tim Aalders, candidate for Congress in Utah's Third Congressional District, is the choice of conservatives nationwide for the Republican nomination. Endorsed by Sheriff Richard Mack, NRA Hall of Fame member who beat back Bill Clinton's Brady Bill at the US Supreme Court, and Minuteman Project Founder Jim Gilchrist, the man who inspired thousands of volunteers to come to the Mexican-American border to support the work of the US Border Patrol.
Thanks to my team for working together on election integrity to prevent Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, or anyone else from pumping private money into public elections.
Highland, UT – Conservative Republican Tim Aalders, candidate for Congress in Utah’s Third Congressional District, revealed in filings with the Federal Election Commission pre-convention report that he raised over $676,000, and had just over $607,000 cash on hand to challenge incumbent John Curtis in the June 28 primary. Curtis’s reports showed he had $772,000 cash on hand, and in a very distant third was Jason Preston who showed just under $18,000 on hand.
Tim Aalders is a rare commodity. Every once in a while, someone comes along who actually presents as they are. Tim Alders is that someone. He is his word and that word does not fluctuate with time or changing political circumstances.
Former State Representative is Attorney for Ammon Bundy; revealed "outrageous government conduct" in trial