The problem is the public has no idea who these 644 individuals are – by name or interest. We don’t know what they expect to gain in exchange for their contributions or how it will affect us. That is information we need in order to vote smartly.
Successfully executing the business of government depends on strong leadership and smart policy – not out-of-date political orthodoxy.
21st Century American economic renewal depends on a government that is efficient, effective and limited. Government bureaucracy, complexity and over-regulation are obstacles to the ingenuity and entrepreneurship that will generate organic economic growth.
But our government is stuck in the middle of the 20th Century – frozen by politics.
To propel the American economy we need a common sense government shrunk to fit the 21st Century!
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The widespread adoption of technology that enables campaigns to micro-target voters has changed the purpose of polling from soliciting opinion to reinforcing it. Polling is part of a troubling trend toward indoctrinating voters rather than informing them.
Water conservation is everyone’s responsibility and it’s everyone’s opportunity. Each of us can make it a habit to use water more thoughtfully but – as importantly – we must challenge our elected leaders to work across the silos of 20th century government to address our 21st century water challenges holistically – the greater good of the greater many.
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