Welcome

Have you ever felt that your government, any government for that matter, isn’t doing its best? Have you felt frustrated at the lack of competence demonstrated by elected officials? Have you felt as though you have suggestions for improving government? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this blog is for you.

This site was created with the purpose of providing a forum for political philosophers, both expert and novice alike, to announce their ideas/suggestions to the blogosphere and to engage in debates in the hope that through advice and reasoning, a “near-perfect” government may be formed.

There are several unique pages covering various branches of the government. Keep in mind that the government alluded to is a theoretical government, not any one country’s, per se. Imagine that this blog was to be the blueprint for creating the first government on Mars. What would the “perfect” government be and how would it be accomplished? By approaching the discussions this way, I hope that there will be no partisan or foreign biases, allowing for a more productive debate in each topic.

This is my first blog, and I am open for any constructive criticism, therefore do not be afraid to contact me with any suggestions you may have for the blog. Thanks and enjoy.

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One Comment on “Welcome”

  1. Gary Drake Says:

    I like the concept of your blog, and I believe the questions you pose on your pages are well thought out and comprehensive.

    I have read all the pages, and I am looking forward to following the discussion chains on my hot button interests.


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