Many Americans decry our two-party system. But how specifically could we address it? Is it written in law?
American voting goes back to 1776. Today it hasn't changed much. We still go to a polling center. Pony Express is now USPS. People still tally up all the votes by hand.
There are all sorts of reasons how liquid democracy can improve your life if you care about politics, but it's important to also show how it makes things easier for those who just aren't all that interested.
Liquid democracy is a new form of democracy that combines the practicality of representative democracy with the authenticity of direct democracy, enabled by 21st century technology.
Today just 19% of Americans say they trust government. Only one in ten Americans approve of Congress — the lowest level in American history.
We start from the following principle: An ideal government represents and is accountable to all its people equally.