This is a troubled time in American history.
The last election revealed the changing face and values of the electorate, as well as stark and deep divisions among the people. Citizens everywhere are considering vital questions:
Should we reform/abolish the current party system? Is a new political party a viable option?
Does the Electoral College still work for America today?
Would non-partisan re-districting help create better balance at election time?
How should we adjust our policies with regard to immigration and our borders?
How can we remain fiscally sound and work within budgetary restraints?
As America re-examines the 2nd Amendment, how can we best preserve our gun/militia rights as written and intended by our Founding Fathers? Are we capable of keeping passion and anger from deciding this issue?
Should America adopt term limits?
Are the words in our founding documents still alive and inspirational? Should we be guided by them still today, or have they become irrelevant?
Many people today fear that our rights are being eroded, and some even say our country is "broken". Perhaps we, as caretakers of this nation, can heal the break by finding common ground amongst ourselves.
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