ARTICLES OF RESOLUTION
This list of Articles isn’t meant to be inclusive to every law that might need attention, it is meant to be only the changes and reforms needed to remove the corruption from the gov system and Constitution we have already, and force the changes needed to keep the system running fairly and corruption free so that it can do it’s job fixing itself where and when needed and representing We The People. This is just meant to address those key issues only.
That said all input and suggestions are appreciated and necessary so we can get to formalizing something we can all agree on.
These United States of America Peoples Resolution
Articles of Resolution
Article 1. Election reform to guarantee free and fair elections
Article 2. A complete independent review and reform of our political system, including; non election funding of parties and individuals, corporate political lobby access/restriction, ending two-party control
Article 3. End the Federal Reserve and use of fiat currency, review and reform our economic system, and tax system
Article 4. Break up all major monopolies, including; banks, media, communication, pharmaceutical, agricultural, food production, transportation, and energy production and distribution
Article 5. A complete independent review and reform of our large corporation news media regulations, restrictions, and insurances to prevent intentional misinformation from government or any other interest and guarantee free speech, equal coverage, and access
Article 6. A complete independent review and reform of our Dept of Justice and Justice System and end to private prisons
Article 7. Immigration System and enforcement to first guarantee national sovereignty and security, while secondly, providing legal immigration and asylum
Article 8. A complete independent review and reform of our Housing and Development (HUD &?) with a mandate to house 100% of U.S. veterans first, then the disabled, single parents, women, and men with a focus on ending homelessness completely
Article 9. Repeal of all prohibitions of naturally occurring substances, end the national and international drug war, end criminal treatment of substance users and include substance abuse treatment in health care
Article 10. A complete independent review and reform of our health care system, pharmaceutical industry, Dept of Health, Dept of Ag, FDA, and CDC
Article 11. A complete independent review and reform of our EPA to ensure all human and ecological considerations come before corporate or economic considerations, and fair access must be balanced with preservation
Article 12. End our alliance with the UN and NATO and create new international security treaties that will put national and personal sovereign rights before any other concern and will not favor one nation or group of nations to put corporate interests over any other or become any other international force other than international sovereignty concerns and dispute arbitration
Article 13. A complete independent review and reform of our Department of Education and Federal education guidelines and goals
Article 14. A release of all secret or classified technologies or medicines that have been developed or recovered by the government that would be beneficial to people and/or the environment
Article 15. A return of rule of law in regards of congressional approval for ALL military action (no loopholes for war vs military action). Any potential actionable intel used as a basis for military action must be verifiable and must be at least presented to a bi-partisan committee to be reviewed, and if action is decided the intel must be made public with as little redaction as possible, before a vote in congress can be made (real rough)
PANEL STRATEGY IN DEPTH
Here’s a rough draft example of the way most of the Articles of our Resolution look using the panel strategy. This one is specific to election reform, then there would be another Article for economic system and banking reform, media regulation reform, food and drug reform, classified/secret information regulation reform, etc. So LMK what you think about the approach and content, would love input! #WWG1WGA
Article (xx)- Election Modernization and Reform Concerning Free and Fair Elections
Section 1. Election Finance Reform. A panel will be convened within 120 days to deliberate on and reach a formal conclusion recommendation on election finance reform.
Concerns that are required to be addressed are: Public only funding; Public and Private (capped?) mix of funding; Equal funding for more than two parties;
Section 2. Voting Systems Reform. A panel will be convened within 120 days to deliberate on and reach a final conclusion recommendation on voting systems reform.
Concerns that are required to be addressed are: A singular uniform safe and verifiable ballot system for the nation; Voter registration access; Voter ID; Automatic voter registration at age 18; voting system, registration, and ballot counting safeguards and backups including mandatory audits and accurate unadjusted exit polling.
Section 3. Electoral System Reform. A panel will be convened within 120 days to deliberate on and reach a final conclusion recommendation on reevaluating the electoral college system.
Concerns that are required to be addressed are: To keep or not to keep the EC system; Adjustment to state allocations of EC votes; Alternative systems to consider besides electoral college or national voter majority.
Section 4. State District Line and Gerrymandering Fair Adjustment and Reform. A panel will be convened within 120 days to deliberate on and reach a final conclusion recommendation on reforming state district lines drawing.
Concerns that are required to be addressed are: Evaluation of all current state district lines and processes in determining line drawing; Creating new a new system of drawing lines to prevent partisan bias
Section 5. Corporate Media Regulation. A panel will be convened within 120 days to deliberate on and reach a final conclusion recommendation on reforming regulation of corporate media coverage of politicians, parties, and policies to guarantee unbiased and fair access and coverage.
Concerns that are required to be addressed are: Equal access and coverage for each candidate and party including parties and candidates outside the two party system; criminal penalty for collusion between media corporations and candidates and/or parties;
Each panel will be comprised of xx (100?) citizens randomly selected from a pool of (qualified?) interested people offering to volunteer or nominated and willing. Each panel will be allocated sufficient funding and resources to carry out their task, including; Travel, housing/hotel and per diem funds, convention/assembly space including adequate electronic equipment, funding enough to bring in selected paid or volunteer experts for consultation, and outside reports and/or research. (Any other funding requests made with 75% consensus from the panel must be provided for? Just in case?)
Each panel will allow for an initial public comment period to be put into considerations and a final comment period once a consensus is reached on a potential final draft conclusion.