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Arvin Vohra on Homeland Security

Libertarian candidate for President; Libertarian Party Vice-Ch

 


Shut down foreign military bases & withdraw from NATO

Q: Do you support or oppose expanding the military?

A: Strongly oppose. The mission has been, frankly, corrupted. It is unconscionable to encourage young men and women to pursue morally dubious work in the service of an ill-considered, nonstrategic foreign policy. I would sponsor legislation to reduce military personnel to the bare minimum needed for defense of America. I would sponsor legislation to shut down foreign military bases, end involvement in foreign civil wars, and withdraw from NATO.

Source: OnTheIssues interview of 2018 Maryland Senate candidate , Mar 30, 2018

Cut military spending by 60% or more

The following issues were listed on Vohra's campaign website:

Cut Military Spending by 60% or More: If elected, I will immediately sponsor legislation to cut military spending by 60% or more, end all trade sanctions, and cut taxes accordingly. This will reduce the violence against our country and enhance our global economic capabilities.

Source: Ballotpedia.org on 2018 Maryland Senate race , Feb 22, 2018

Intelligently rethink overall military spending

Libertarian Party vice-chair Arvin Vohra calls Obama out on ignoring here the expensive and destructive Drug War, and his hypocrisy on Internet informational privacy while running, and defending, a universal surveillance state, and his refusal to intelligently rethink overall military spending and postures while talking up a supposedly more intelligent form of constant foreign military intervention.
Source: Reason Mag.: Libertarian response to 2015 State of the Union , Jan 20, 2015

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