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This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Taking the Money Out of Politics

A Voting Advice System has the capacity to make money irrelevant to elections and break the stranglehold that corporate money has on the political process. That change, in turn, would  break the log jam that currently makes it virtually impossible to solve the pressing problems that confront our civilization, and that imperil our very survival.

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Rebuttal to George T. Will’s Assertion that Minorities SHOULDN’T Be Represented

Summary: Some otherwise impressive thinkers like George T. Will acknowledge that the American political system doesn’t represent minorities, but conclude that it is somehow a good thing. In fact, he asserted that minorities shouldn’t be represented, and, for that reason, electoral votes shouldn’t be proportionally allocated. This article aims to refute that notion, along with his assertion that it would be a mistake for Colorado to allocate its electoral votes proportionally among the competing candidates.

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This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Taking the Money Out of Politics

Most of the major domestic problems faced by America today either fundamentally stem from, or are held in place by, the impact of money in the political process. This information comes as no surprise to many. There may be argument over the details, but there is little question that money—especially corporate money—plays too large a role in the American political system.

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