The Present Crisis
Yonatan Zunger

This is one of the most realistic assessments of our political predicament that I’ve read. Thanks.

If something doesn’t change, and I mean our government and our constitution, we will collapse as a nation. Below is a link to my take on the same problem.

“We’re told over and over to sign petitions, call or write our congressmen, and most importantly to vote in every election, no matter how small.

And yet it continues to get worse.

Something’s not working, and I think it’s the Constitution.

Aside from the aforementioned strategies for correcting the course of misguided legislative, executive and judicial branches, we’re only given one meager tool: impeachment. The problem is, that requires the actual legislators to formally impugn and punish one of their own. The odds against that happening grow more astronomical every election cycle.”