“To Find Common Ground Upon Which to Act for the Common Good”
“You can please some of the people all of the time,
and you can please all of the people some of the time,
but you can’t please all of the people all of the time.”
This classic Lincoln quotation provides prophetic insight into one cause for the current frustration in America — the fruitless search for a universal solution.
In our unending, primal need to label and categorize things, we’ve attempted to cram the social and economic opinions of all 280 Million diverse Americans into a few, rather narrow political definitions — Republican, Democrat and “Outside the Mainstream.”
In these forums we hope to find common ground on important issues facing all Americans without the distraction of partisanship, bigotry and extremism. These are political parties, not religions, though many people treat them that way.
Only by bypassing the flaming, bickering and name calling often present in this type of forum, however, will we be able to identify a single issue, onto which we can then unleash the power of the
We are the and we are awake, aware, able, angry and now,
Selected Issues and Invitations for Discussion
Allodoxaphobia: Fear of opinions