Our America is facing some of the most serious challenges to her originality and uniqueness she has ever met. Because of international chaos, financial instability and social distortion, steps have to be taken now by a new leadership that understands the daily problems of Americans and put an end to the ever-repeating cycle of government mismanagement of our society. The United States were created under the banner of modernity, that of a new management of our nation based on freedom and prosperity. Almost 250 years after, Tiffany Briscoe proposes a new vision for the country that is set to lead the 21st century, a vision that involves the enforcement of peace, fiscal responsibility, and liberty, not the mere talk of these.
Tiffany Briscoe was born on January 31, 1976 in Baltimore. As a native of the "America in Miniature" State of Maryland, she received many influences, including her parents Barry and Joan, and encountered a great cultural diversity that made her love the country she was born in, while still hurting for the evils weakening America on a daily basis. Growing up in the Reagan era, she started to be involved in politics as a community activist at age 19, after observing the need of so many people for some help not of the government, but from the government.
Tiffany is also a small business owner, operating a retail store specialized in perfumes, handbags, and apparel. Her capacity as a businesswoman to attract clients during a recession, as well as her extremely charitable work that includes working with the local church and nursing home of her town of Laurel had her recognized in 2011 by the marketing research think-tank Cambridge Who's Who for "demonstrating dedication, leadership, and excellence." She has also used her investment possibilities to create a charity that offers wigs for cancer patients.
Modeling, singing, dancing, and acting are among the many life interests and projects of Tiffany. As a humanitarian, she values extremely highly the education of the next generation and is part of the Board of Trustees of the Howard Community College, of which she is a former graduate. Yet she chose to join the political arena in 2011 after observing the ways the federal government was destroying the Constitution while still making people believe such actions were made for their own good, and so for the past several decades.
Tiffany believes in good governance, which involves self-government and less group coercion. Individuals, in a free society, are connected with a scientific link that is coerced into destruction by governments. The American people is entitled to a better government, one that includes less bureaucracy, less central involvement and management into the economy, and less control over individuals' private lives.