We are committed to upholding and defending the U.S. Constitution

The issues that we raise are in service of strengthening the U.S. and its institutions. We reject any efforts by foreign or domestic entities to exploit perceived weaknesses for their propaganda aims.

We honor the Asian Americans who have served in uniform in all military engagements since the Civil War and throughout the intelligence community in support of U.S. national security interests. We recognize the dedication to public service by Asian Americans who have held positions at all levels of local, state and federal government. We celebrate the contributions of Asian Americans who have contributed significantly to all sectors of the U.S. economy and to the social fabric of this country.  

We believe that the American principles of fairness and equality, as well as due process afforded under the U.S. Constitution, apply equally to all Americans. 

We view our nation’s strongest asset to be its people, many of whom are immigrants. Two-thirds of Asian Americans are immigrants. Many Asian Americans bring language skills and cultural competencies to public service, which enhance our diplomatic, military and economic positions on the international stage.  

We maintain that the U.S. national interest is best served when it embraces Asian Americans – particularly those who answer the call to public service – as part of the solution, not as a threat, especially during periods of tense relationships between the U.S. and Asian nations.