The Science of Democracy

If I Had My Way
One Man's Opinion -- for what it's worth.

To: Barry Kibrick -

From: Doug Skoglund  -

Date: 17 Oct 2017 13:00 CDT

Subject: Note to Barry Kibrick V

Fantastic, your interview of Gillian Hadfield and her "Rules for a Flat World." She has done a good job explaining her view of our problems and, thankfully, I have a recording of the program -- that I may or may not use for future justification.

Unfortunately, individual opinions are worth a dime a dozen. We need to validate the various opinions so that we can be specific about the problem in order to develop a specific cause and the necessary corrective action.

I am referring to the process of solving problems. 

She seemed concerned about lawyers and their tendency to complicate things -- What is her recommend solution??

Please - do not misunderstand - I am not criticizing - I am enumerating my needs. For example, I see the First Amendment as being A major cause in our problems and we need a Constitution Convention to fix it. No laws controlling Religion, the Press and Free Speech. That is absolutely stupid - the good people understand the meaning and the Amendment is no problem. The bad people take advantage of the lack of control -- and the good people will loose the argument since they are in the minority. Do I Make My Point??

We do not have Free Speech in The World as well as the USA. The Government must pass laws that solve problems and the only way we will get there is by teaching the people to elect the right people.


Doug Skoglund

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