Is the "great art" thing art appreciation or art lessons? If the latter, could you elaborate on the content?

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It’s more about art history and appreciation. The stories behind the pieces and the artists and the historical forces surrounding them

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*How to make money with your website.*

Take the most egregious law, grant program or policy you can find and have one of the AI programs parse it into questions regarding its particular penalties and beneficiaries.

Post The Questionnaire on your web site.

Charge the voters, your patrons, one $ to vote on it.

Ratify or Annul

Have the same AI take the patrons demographics and post that too. This will show how many educated women are against abortion, and how many successful businessmen are in favor of DEI.

One Questionnaire should earn you many thousands of dollars per month and AI can do it for you!

Let your web site become an active Petition for a Redress of Grievances. And you get paid for doing the polling!

Have the AI post the results in real time and send the link to your congressman!!

It is obvious to everyone....

Representative democracy has failed.

We need something new.

Ross Perot called it The Electronic Townhall.


It is not about writing letters to elected officials or voting some good person into office.


Is about the Ratification or Annulment of each line of every law, rule, regulation and supreme court decision on the books or that is on the docket waiting to be turned into law, policy and taxes.

During the 1992 Presidential campaign, Ross Perot observed that: "a general lack of accountability among elected officials and those in the bureaucracy is the one specific reason that the people of America suffered…. and our only means of correction is to inspect their work and hold them accountable."

Mr. Perot went on to note that this can easily be done with computer programs. He called it: THE ELECTRONIC TOWNHALL.

"It is only logical that it will become our Fourth Branch of Government", he said.

Objective reality:

the voting members of the US Congress and the State Legislatures do not have enough time to read, comprehend or debate any of the laws they vote on. They vote 100 times a day, every five minutes, while in session.

Approximate absolute facts:

a. Every day that the Congress and Legislatures are in session 100

new bills are introduced and distributed.

b. The representatives are given two weeks to review the laws before they are brought up for the Vote.

c. Two weeks into the session they begin voting on the Laws that

were previously introduced, while newer laws are introduced.

d. Many laws are in excess of two thousand pages.

e. The arithmetic demonstrates that they do not have the time to even read the name of the Law much less the content of it.

f. Since the Representative cannot evaluate 200 thousand pages of law speak per day, they vote the way their advisors tell them to vote.

g. Thus, they have all forfeited their delegated obligation to represent us.

h. Representative government is obsolete. It does not work for us.

And the only way to prevent these over worked and fallible people from making even more tragic mistakes, from which we, and the rest of the world, might never recover is to include ourselves, The Citizens, from whom the authority for government comes in the first place, in the final decision making process.

The Electronic Congress

How it works:

1. Before a new law, tax, or expenditure can be put on the books it must first be Ratified by the Citizens.

2. Existing laws can be Annulled by the same super majority required to Ratify them.

This program can be applied to every level of government and will ultimately solve every problem we have.

To prevent chaos, the basic law, our Constitution and Bill of Rights, would be exempt from review.

Mr. Perot speculated that the Founding Fathers would probably have done the same had the technology been available in their day.

Just imagine:

We, the People, could actually direct the priorities of the major agencies like the: CDC and NIH as well as the libraries and local police departments.

If our government truly is of the people, by the people and for the people then this is the only way forward.

How to implement it:

We talk about it until it is done.

We can acquire the text of a recent law or Supreme Court ruling and have AI parse its actionable elements, apply a questionnaire so that the concerned Citizens can Ratify or Annul it. Then distribute the links.

Can I make money with this?

Use AI to parse the laws you find most egregious into their component pieces. And then have it build the ballot / questionnaire along with some demographic background to make the game especially interesting. Charge a $1 per voter per law and watch the evolution in real time.

The Electronic Townhall becomes an active Petition for a Redress of Grievances.

Ask the local school board for their agenda items, have AI parse the actionable elements, create a questionnaire, distribute it to the concerned citizens and then evaluate the results.

When Human Beings made in the image of God can see the result of their noblest and most sober thoughts, at such a scale, then there will be the moment where Our Benevolence and Good Will shall

overcome Evil and then we all live happily ever after.

Ross Perot publicly promised that if the People of America would elect him to The Presidency he would give us The Electronic Townhall.

The Fourth Branch of Government will allow us to go from Chaos to Prosperity and a Life Worth Living until the end of time.

We were created by God and in the image of God; we are human beings, not animals in a pen.

The Electronic Townhall

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Dubai?! Oh my!! Such a problematic place.

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Can’t wait 😛

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