the workbench area
In life, anybody can stop trying because when something is in its early stages, it is messy. Criticism or making fun of the ideas can stop people from trying. So, I propose we all be messy for a moment and try anyway. It is the only way to include everybody and also get to answers that could only be developed in an open and free society because they are more complex and multi-faceted, and that is what big problems need from solutions. So this is the workbench area. I will start, but I hope this page will constantly be iterating and updating as people submit their concerns and ideas. We should all be a team, able to input solutions or ideas. We simply do not have a structure that allows this currently, so let's start here. Do not worry about how it looks.
After I have completed inputting my ideas, I will then begin to link to other peoples' ideas and requirements on these issues and post them on the website. The purpose of this is to show the progress we can make in place to aggregate everybody's ideas and solutions into a pre-policy suggestion box. There is no reason not to start this now where I make it into the debates or not. I am happy to give my time to this as it is important both in the way our government and democracy work, and also to understand what voices we are missing, and what ideas make a lot of sense but are not often incorporated into the conversation.
As the campaign progresses, I want everybody to feel that they can submit their ideas, or talk about them with me, and they can then be featured on the website, or I can link to them.
Below you can see what topics are actively finished when they are linked to more details. I will post more here as I go. It is just me at the moment, so it will be iterative and at the pace, I can produce the content. Keep checking back as I will update this area all through December 2019.
This is a challenge both for our country and an opportunity to create solutions for the world. Below are topics I want to cover and highlight because they are solutions we can start on and take into account both the human, environmental, technical and cultural needs.
This needs to get solved and soon. There are too many Americans who have lost their sanity to medical bills. Too many doctors and nurses who are unduly struggling with workloads that are not sustainable.
This will be updated after driving through different states over Thanksgiving break.