Foreign Policy

We must engage in responsible and thoughtful foreign policy, and end short-sighted wars and reactions.

The Reform Party SUPPORTS policies that respect the sovereignty of all nations, support our allies, and are fiscally responsible.

Respect for the sovereignty of all nations means that the United States will not forcefully impose our will on other nations through economic, diplomatic, or military means except as a last resort when that nation poses a clear threat to our prosperity.  Supporting our allies means, when ASKED, helping them to build and maintain the same freedoms and prosperity which we enjoy.  A fiscally responsible foreign policy means accepting that not every good we wish to do is a good we can afford to do.

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Read the Latest Articles from Our Blog

Here are three recent blog posts from the Reform Party.

Selma with John LewisRead more +18 July 2020 By Michael Hackmer in Civil Rights, Social Justice

John Lewis: Bold. Brave. Courageous.

Reform Party calls on Alabama to rename the Edmund Pettus Bridge to John Robert Lewis Bridge to honor the late congressman. On Friday, Congressman John Lewis (D-GA), the son of Alabama sharecroppers who was one of the original 13 activists who participated in the Freedom Rides and an organizer of the March on Washington, passed
Chairman's Message - Nicholas HensleyRead more +08 July 2020 By Nicholas Hensley in Letter from the Chairman, Nicholas Hensley

Chairman Elect’s Address to the Reform Party

The two party system is broken. Look at what it has done to the United States. In 2020, The United States of America is more divided than it has ever been. Racial tensions are running high, and there are protests in the streets. When it comes to flattening the curve of the coronavirus, we are
New Direction for 2021 and BeyondRead more +06 July 2020 By Nicholas Hensley in 2020 Election, Candidates, Nicholas Hensley, Roque "Rocky" de la Fuente

Reform Party Elects New Officers and Fills Vacancies

On June 13th, 2020 the Reform Party National Committee met to elect new officers for the 2021 to 2025 term and fill executive committee vacancies. Long time Reform Party Secretary Nicholas Hensley of North Carolina was elected the next Reform Party Chairman. He replaces Bill Merrell. Nicholas Hensley, experienced in both political operations and communications,
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