Make. All. Votes. Count. (Part III: Nonpartisan multiwinner)
I live in Cambridge, MA. Our ballot for city council typically looks something like this:
I had an interesting conversation with Thomas Sesselmann from Vote Flux which changed my preference of currently existing voting and governance methods from Democracy Earth to Vote Flux. Basically liquid democracy is insufficient, as authority can still be centralised with blocks forming.
Governance is definitely the next frontier of the blockchain revolution. And I’d have to agree, liquid democracy is insufficient in and of itself to cure the ills of democracy. Liquid democracy is not a panacea that prevents influencers from negative intent. But it is an option that provides the greatest possibility for participation with the…
How to Vastly Upgrade Presidential and Congressional Competence
June 9, 2017
With the election of Donald Trump and in light of repeated grave failures in economic, social, and foreign policy over the past half century, it seems highly appropriate to seriously consider requiring all candidates running…