Questions and Answers

H-1B Visa Program

 

Question #1: According, to recent reports by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, most majority of H-1B visa recipients are from India. [III] To what extent do you support reform of the H-1B visa program?

 

Answer #1: The H-1B Visa Program which was established initially to help employers fill critical job positions with the most qualified people. So, they opened a lottery which allowed a certain number of foreigners to get short term work Visa. These individuals were closely vetted. They had to be the most talented in the field and have outstand skills with a degree in the field of service. Well, in my opinion, it didn’t turn out quite the way the H-1B Visa Program was hope to be. I felt H-1B took jobs from Americans. I believe that this Country has the most talented people we need to stop out sourcing our jobs. The U.S. should keep educating U.S. Citizens, so there is never a question who is the most talented in all field of services that the H-1B was for in the first place. I truly believe that if; and only if, we are unable to fill a position with the most qualified U.S. Citizen Individual, it is only then the H-1B Visa Program should be allowed limited numbers of qualified skilled educated workers. But again, our priority is to educate and train U.S. Citizens to fill any and every position said thereof. – Smiling
Sikhs in the U.S. Armed Forces

Question # 2. Observant Sikh Americans are not presumptively allowed to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces while wearing turbans and maintaining uncut hair and beards in accordance with their faith. [iv] As long, as they are able and can meet safety and operational requirements, do you support allowing observant Sikh Americans to presumptively and permanently practice their faith while serving in our nation’s military?

 

Answer #2: Sikhs in the military is a controversial issue under the Constitution and Civil Liberty that I hold dear to my heart. Since America and the Constitution came about, “WE believe in freedom of religion; freedom of or to practice ones’ religion. The controversy is, “Should they be allowed to wear beards and turbans while serving in the U.S. Military.” Under my opinion, I do feel military service men and women should be allowed to practice their religion with the exception if it does not in no way jeopardizes the safety of our troops or our laws and our natural Security. – Smiling
Counterterrorism

Question # 3. According, to the U.S. Department of State, India continues to experience terrorist attacks launched by “transnational groups based in Pakistan.” [v] How will you combat terrorism emanating from Pakistan?
Answer # 3: As a U.S. Citizen Individual, I truly believe that we need to continue to do everything under our laws, rules, statutes, codes, regulations, and etc…, and within our power to protect this nation under “God with Liberty and Justice for All”. (Sorry, started tearing up when thinking of all the men, women, and children that have died under terrorism) Anyway, we must also do everything in our power to protect the American people, both within the boards of this country as well as those abroad. (Sorry, great thanks to all the men and women in our arm services protecting my freedom under Counterterrorism-Smiling) OK, I’m back. I do believe that we need to continue to increase our Counterterrorism through whatever way needed under the Constitution according with Law and Order to get the most accurate activity on terrorism groups. We need to stay one step ahead of them by maintaining online information that would help our U.S. cyber-intelligent in stopping possible recruiting of home grown terrorism. These are my priority within myself and should be to every U.S. Citizen. We need to make sure that we have adequate funding for our Counterterrorism programs. We need to work alongside our Allies in other Countries. We need to make sure that the information is passed along quickly to the appropriate departments for Home Land Security. – Smiling
Human Rights

Question # 4. Earlier this year, the UN Human Rights Council published a comprehensive expert report on caste-based discrimination, a problem that affects millions of people—especially women and girls—in India and in the Indian diaspora. [vi] What steps will you take to address caste-based discrimination?

 

Answer # 4: Human Rights under Caste-based Discrimination. Discrimination is a “World Wide” problem that was taught very young in home through religious belief and interpretation. In all cases of discrimination, they were taught by their parents and most through religious belief and interpretation. As growing up very young, everything that my parents said, was the truth and nothing but the truth so help me God. Whatever the our “Prophet, Preachers, Evangelist, etc…,” said it’s also the truth, because God told them so through visions and dreams. And books that believed god wrote said it is true as a witness of their opinion of truth. In a Country, such as India, the caste system divide people into social status. Which limit those who are born into certain caste to never improve their lives or children lives. The inequality of any kind is wrong. Caste discrimination involves massive violation of people Civil Rights. We need to work with United Nations and Human Rights Division to make sure that through education, all people will have Rights to security life without violence. The Rights to fair justice and education. The Rights to be free, and not be banded. The Rights to work with equal pay. The Rights to marry who you want or of your own choice. – Smiling

 

This is one of the reason I am running for the Utah U.S. Senate. To start the Peace Process. My priority is to innovate funding without using taxpayers’ money. It’s a way to empower everyone to manage and budget their money in education (no more school loans) and healthcare (pre-existing condition only on the ACA). When individuals use their own money, they seem to be more conservative and frugal with the money. The Peace Process is educating two simple rules to be taught in our Elementary Level. From elementary to middle or Jr high school, then to High School to College. The two rules are; (when teaching these two rules, repeat each one three time)

 

  1. Do not do anything that would hurt girls or women.
  2. Do not blame others for what happen to you.

 

These two simple rules would wipe out discrimination, racism, domestic violence, hate, and wars. Human Rights and Peace would spread throughout World Wide. – Smiling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Counterterrorism

Question # 3. According, to the U.S. Department of State, India continues to experience terrorist attacks launched by “transnational groups based in Pakistan.” [v] How will you combat terrorism emanating from Pakistan?
Answer # 3: As a U.S. Citizen Individual, I truly believe that we need to continue to do everything under our laws, rules, statutes, codes, regulations, and etc…, and within our power to protect this nation under “God with Liberty and Justice for All”. (Sorry, started tearing up when thinking of all the men, women, and children that have died under terrorism) Anyway, we must also do everything in our power to protect the American people, both within the boards of this country as well as those abroad. (Sorry, great thanks to all the men and women in our arm services protecting my freedom under Counterterrorism-Smiling) OK, I’m back. I do believe that we need to continue to increase our Counterterrorism through whatever way needed under the Constitution according with Law and Order to get the most accurate activity on terrorism groups. We need to stay one step ahead of them by maintaining online information that would help our U.S. cyber-intelligent in stopping possible recruiting of home grown terrorism. These are my priority within myself and should be to every U.S. Citizen. We need to make sure that we have adequate funding for our Counterterrorism programs. We need to work alongside our Allies in other Countries. We need to make sure that the information is passed along quickly to the appropriate departments for Home Land Security. – Smiling
Human Rights

Question # 4. Earlier this year, the UN Human Rights Council published a comprehensive expert report on caste-based discrimination, a problem that affects millions of people—especially women and girls—in India and in the Indian diaspora. [vi] What steps will you take to address caste-based discrimination?

 

Answer # 4: Human Rights under Caste-based Discrimination. Discrimination is a “World Wide” problem that was taught very young in home through religious belief and interpretation. In all cases of discrimination, they were taught by their parents and most through religious belief and interpretation. As growing up very young, everything that my parents said, was the truth and nothing but the truth so help me God. Whatever the our “Prophet, Preachers, Evangelist, etc…,” said it’s also the truth, because God told them so through visions and dreams. And books that believed god wrote said it is true as a witness of their opinion of truth. In a Country, such as India, the caste system divide people into social status. Which limit those who are born into certain caste to never improve their lives or children lives. The inequality of any kind is wrong. Caste discrimination involves massive violation of people Civil Rights. We need to work with United Nations and Human Rights Division to make sure that through education, all people will have Rights to security life without violence. The Rights to fair justice and education. The Rights to be free, and not be banded. The Rights to work with equal pay. The Rights to marry who you want or of your own choice. – Smiling

 

This is one of the reason I am running for the Utah U.S. Senate. To start the Peace Process. My priority is to innovate funding without using taxpayers’ money. It’s a way to empower everyone to manage and budget their money in education (no more school loans) and healthcare (pre-existing condition only on the ACA). When individuals use their own money, they seem to be more conservative and frugal with the money. The Peace Process is educating two simple rules to be taught in our Elementary Level. From elementary to middle or Jr high school, then to High School to College. The two rules are; (when teaching these two rules, repeat each one three time)

 

  1. Do not do anything that would hurt girls or women.
  2. Do not blame others for what happen to you.

 

These two simple rules would wipe out discrimination, racism, domestic violence, hate, and wars. Human Rights and Peace would spread throughout World Wide. – Smiling

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