1.Whatever background/history you're willing to share (that's pertinent)
I'm homeschooled and have competed in NCFCA for four years (this will be my fifth and last year).
I enjoy debate, sports, exercise, music, (especially symphonic metal) and friends. 2.Your current religious philosophy
Christianity. There is no other worldview that logically accounts for rationality and human experience as well as providing a path of salvation for sinful humanity. Doctrinally, I'm a Calvinist. My preferred apologetic method is presuppositionalism. I have no firm opinion on the end times other than that God is control and whenever and however is fine with me. 3.Your current political philosophy
Constitutional constructionist, natural law conservative. Natural law is da' bomb and it comes directly from God. (See Locke, Blackstone, and Bastiat) The Constitution cannot be accurately interpreted without the natural law philosophy laid out in the Declaration of Independence. On fiscal issues, the government has overstepped its bounds in almost every conceivable way and it needs to be restrained. Immigration is, on the whole, a good thing for the economy and the government shouldn't intervene, unless it is stopping immigrants who have backgrounds as felons. On morality in government, I believe that government should uphold the maximum amount of freedom within the moral bounds set by God.4.Your goal in life
Finish high school, go to college, and then probably pursue a legal/political career. An issue that I feel God might be leading me towards is fighting the abortion industry, but we'll see. Most importantly, I want to make a positive impact for Christ and help Americans realize the importance of natural law, limited government, and upholding moral obligations, as well as demonstrate the rationality of Christianity as a belief system.