Together For Freedom
From The Kodiak Republic Wiki
Motto: "Pecunia Opus Populi"
We believe in a free market and a more free people. We will build a powerhouse of a an economy with an unrestricted market with a life of luxury for those who earn it and no sympathies for those who don’t.
- Lower taxes for corporations and ordinary people, especially income tax.
- Restoring the gold standard to maintain a more stable currency.
- Workers should be able to form unions, a happy workforce is a productive workforce.
- The minimum wage should be enforced because people must be able to buy the products they produce.
- Workers should have the right to work overtime.
- Employees should be informed about the hourly rates and bonuses they are entitled to during the interview.
- All Kodiak citizens should be provided with free education up to the 12th grade, preparing them to enter the labor market.
- An Education Voucher worth half a month's tuition will be available for each student attending a private school.
- Over time, we plan to reduce funding for public schools while reducing taxes so that parents can send their children to school.
- Only one or two free schools in the region remain in use, for students with a very bad financial situation.
- Further education should be completely privatized.
- We believe that social services should be removed, except for parents who need financial assistance for their child's schooling, and veterans.
- Health care should not be a concern of the state, allowing private companies to do much more efficient and better organized work, allowing tax dollars to be spent on more important things.
- Immigrants should have easy access to Kodiak, needing only background checks to apprehend murderers, rapists, terrorists, kidnappers, etc. at the border, and basic education to the exclusion of children.
- Any immigrant staying in Kodiak for more than a month should have a Work Certificate, issued at the time of employment, which also allows you to obtain a passport.
Military and defense
- Kodiak should have a standing army of 1% of the population, excluding wartime, where all physically fit should do 12 months of mandatory service.
- Kodiak should have an anti-missile shield, a defensive fortification system and modern equipment.
- Better to have a few well-equipped soldiers than an army of musketeers.