Moral Global Leadership

For the most part, America has been a positive force for good in the world. From Roosevelt and Reagan to Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy, our nation has always led the way in spreading peace, prosperity, and democracy. Many great leaders in our history have proven time and again that we can maintain strong relationships with our allies, while also sending clear messages to those who seek to bring us harm. In order to best secure our national interests and protect the American people – as well as our allies in the international community – we must ensure that our troops are the best-trained, best-equipped, and best-prepared in the world.

We must ground our foreign policy in strength, democracy, and diplomacy – leading the fight for civil and human rights and rallying international cooperation in the fight against climate change, authoritarianism, and global injustice. That means:

  • Enacting a sustainable defense budget governed by 21st-century strategy and security that maximizes effect and drives down cost.
  • Identifying & eliminating wasteful foreign spending.
  • Working with our allies to eliminate global terror networks.
  • Establishing a Secretary of Cybersecurity in the military.
  • Strengthening relationships with NATO allies.
  • Supporting Ukraine in its defense against Russia.
  • Preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.
  • Strengthening relations between the United States & Israel.
  • Building stronger ties between Cubans and Americans.
  • Calling for humanitarian pauses in the Israel-Hamas war.
  • Supporting a two-state solution for Israel & Palestine.
  • Being a force against racism, anti-semitism, and totalitarianism.
  • Taking care of our veterans when they return home by ensuring access to care & economic and education opportunities.

Fulfill Our Promise to Veterans

Every day, 22 veterans commit suicide. Over 30,000 veterans are homeless, and millions more have been disappointed by a system that fails to adequately address mental health or provide proper care, employment opportunities, and adequate support for societal reintegration. As a nation, we have a moral obligation to do more than offer some handshakes and platitudes. Those with the courage to defend our freedom, deserve that same courage from their government to provide an economy built for success and a country welcoming with open arms. That means:

  • Fully funding and resourcing the VA & eliminating VA-benefit backlogs.
  • Guaranteeing access to comprehensive mental health services.
  • Ensuring that all VA facilities meet the world-class standards of care.
  • Drastically decreasing the veteran suicide rate.
  • Supporting military spouses in pursuing education, seeking jobs, building careers, & starting families.

Gen-Z's Blueprint for America:

  1. New Deal for the 21st Century
  2. America First in Quality of Life
  3. Life, Liberty, & Pursuit of Happiness
  4. Make America Cool Again
  5. Marshall Plan for America
  6. Wage A War on Poverty
  7. Guarantee Healthcare to All
  8. World-Class Education
  9. Defend Our Democracy
  10. A Green New Century
  11. America Open For Business
  12. End the War on Drugs
  13. Women’s Rights Are Human Rights
  14. Reclaim Our Freedom
  15. Safe Streets & Secure Neighborhoods
  16. Affordable Housing for All
  17. A Welcoming Nation of Immigrants
  18. Moral Global Leadership
  19. Tackle the Teenage Mental Health Crisis
  20. Protect the Second Amendment & Second Graders