A New Form of Government: Rational Government
Kazoun explains why our government is defective and simply should not be acceptable for you and me. One person can tip the balance above 50% in Congress to change a vote on a law that would be in your favor, to a vote against you. Go to war or not. Increase taxes or not. Abortion issues. How have we allowed a single voter to dictate the laws we live by. Would you flip a coin to go to war, or to impose new laws on yourself or others? The average citizen has very little awareness of the laws being passed and how this process works. He explains how faulty laws are created and how taxpayer money is spent based on a barter system rather than merit. You will be shocked by the revelation of how the simple majority voting system is defective and is a form of oppression. He explain how to create a Rational Government. Liberty, and protection from bad laws. The byproduct will be good government. An incredible read that will have you questioning everything you've learned about democracy and "the American way".
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