University of Michigan, LS&A; J.D. degree University of Wisconsin. School of Law, practiced law in Madison, WI, founded a national legal research company in San Francisco, and a computer hardware company that went public. Now starting a company manufacturing and installing a patented in-home push-button car wash. Has numerous patents and was on national TV, his product was on ABC World News, shown in the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine. He appeared on CNN and the TV special “Alien Autopsy”. He was not the alien.:)
He invented Tribunocracy because he believes it is literally what the world most needs now, and has the potential to make the world a better place.
Tribunocracy because I believes it is literally what the world most needs now, and has the potential to make the world a better place.
Tribunocracy is a new form of democratic voting that provides more informed and studied public participation in elections and referendum. It reduces the corruption and distraction caused by money and the need to raise it.
Tribunocracy utilizes Tribunes randomly selected from all the willing eligible potential voters. Like jurors in a Court Trial, the selected Tribunes attend a public trial-like Tribunal Convention before voting. The majority vote of the Tribunes is a proxy for the majority vote of the entire pool of eligible voters from whom they were selected. Tribunes like jurors are exposed to facts and information presented in an orderly and publicly observed forum. Tribunes have direct exposure to the candidates and focused time to consider and discuses the issues. Testimony is recorded and under oath, and subject to rebuttal. Like jurors Tribunes are dismissed after voting and retain no special power. Tribunocracy is the thing the world most needs now.
Tribunocracy and how it could be introduce; and why once experienced there are powerful social forces that will hep drive it forward, like watching it live and opportunity for public participation.
Tribunocracy is what the world most needs today, and TED will help make it a known possibility.
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