Changing the Rules changes everything.
The purpose of politics, as a business, is the reelection of incumbents and the protection of the two national parties. It operates by a set of rules, and these rules can be changed.
Public Opinion Doesn’t Matter.
A Princeton University study finds that since the 1990s, public opinion has no impact on U.S policy.
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The Path from Closed Competition to Open Competition
What will it take for third party candidates to be in the Presidential Debates?
The Path to Greater Participation
From Few Voters Matter to All Voters Matter
Shift to a National Popular Vote for President
Open All Primaries to Independent Voters
The Path to Finding the Proper Role for Money
Reducing the Role of Money
The momentum behind the passage of “Anti-corruption acts” is approaching a tipping point.
Exposure about how members of Congress serve as “cash cows:” for their party’s political machinery.
Former members of Congress and governors from both parties are working to reducing the power of money in politics.