“These are the times
that try men’s souls . . . “
Thomas Paine’s opening line to The American Crisis is as true today as it was when it was first read to the Continental Army in December of 1776. His words were a rallying cry to save the American experiment. Now, as then, ordinary citizens must answer the call to be informed and engaged if this great and noble endeavor is to thrive.
We accept the government we elect, as we should. But when the process becomes rigged by well-funded lobbyists and the privilege of incumbency, a better solution must be found. 33 CENTS A DAY: The Cost of Good Government demystifies the political process and provides an alternative to deep pockets and special interests. P. Henry Davis proposes a straight-forward political funding system based on a $10 per month donation.
Become informed — learn methods a voter can use to evaluate the actions and words of politicians.
Get engaged — help us to protect the rights of future generations, just as our forebears protected ours.