A non-partisan group that allows people, regular working Americans, to run for office. Their stance on issues is already on record and cannot be changed as money changes hands. You will be voting in the ones who are the true voice for your community. Voting out all members of the house, and it can be done - we have to be active.
www.goooh.com If we are truly unhappy with the way the government is running things, then we should be pro-active and get involved.
Wow! could this be the beginning of the third party to overthrow the broken mess we have in Washington. A massive quest to say the least. Is the House enough to be replaced? Right now the democrats own congress and see what a quagmire that has become.
by Tim Mitchell 23 months ago
At what age do you feel most adults become politically aware and active?Generally, does it fade as one enters a period of life, career, and family development because of those time demands?
by buckleupdorothy 6 years ago
When did you become politically active? What prompted the shift?Some people get involved in local or national politics before they can vote - others have to be cajoled into voting even in major elections. Politics, either national or local, just don't have that much bearing on their lives. If you...
by Scott Belford 3 years ago
If you were King for a day, what elements of of the U.S. Constitution amd its Amendments would you want to see deleted, repealed, added, or mofified to make it fit more to the way the SIGNERS of the Constitution intended it to mean, given their philosophical druthers and not the political realities...
by karl 4 years ago
It seem that the EU is adamant that it will appoint Jean-Claude Juncker as president. He is a federalist who is likely not to encourage any reform but to demand closer ties and centralisation of power. David Cameron is dependant on his pledge to give a referendum on Europe and his hope that he...
by Justin Earick 4 years ago
While a 28th Amendment stating that corporations are not people and money is not speech would be ideal - how about compulsory voting? What if we used the carrot approach - say increasing tax-credits for voting in primary, mid-term/off-year, and local elections? The more active the...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What do you think of the mother who punished her 8 year old son for voting for Trump in mock schoolelection by ejecting him out of her home? This mother indicated that she wasn't having it & her home wasn't a Trump home.
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