This Week's Game

Candidacy (Employment) Fraud

POLI the AI asks, "Where can we agree?" It's one thing for a candidate to be conflicted in their views and work audiences, it's another thing to bald-face lie about basic qualifications for office. ONE PARROT boasts all's fair in love, war, and politics. If the party, election officials and the media don't care enough to vet candidates for office then let the voters beware. THE OTHER PARROT roasts those who think lying to get what they want is acceptable, it sets a bad example for children, and encourages our enemies to distrust the US even more. Almost all job applications are subject to background checks, and the people essentially hire their elected officials. Candidates should file a public record background affidavit. First, CLICK ON A ROLE, then click on YES or NO if you think a majority of each role is for or against.

Should candidates falsifying backgrounds be disqualified?


Let’s get horizontal, Politics 4.0 makes strange bedfellows

Turn your phone and your perspective horizontally
Widen your views, literally and figuratively
Politics is a landscape not a self-portrait
You’ll need both your left and right thumbs
Widen your views — left and right
Let’s knock down some figurative silos
Let’s sit on the 50 yard line, not just one end zone

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This unifying theory of public policy is based on the ground truth, “There’s a time to save and a time to spend, there’s a time for freedom and a time for laws, where can we agree?” The PolicyKeys™ Gameboard is a one-page narrative tool which drives an AI to check for possible forecasting discrepancies. Now that public policy solutions can be fairly scored with a replicable and scalable system, the best nonpartisan public policy solutions can rise up to the National Idea Leaderboard to take the mystery, sleight of hand, spin, and outright sabotage out of identifying the best public policy for America. This makes somewhat dry public policy read more like a delicious restaurant menu and the sports page. Politics 4.0 transparently presents the theory, four laws of public policy formation, methodology, process, and examples for truly-interested open-minded citizens. Is it better to be a wonk or a parrot?

Coming Spring 2023

Status Report: First draft is complete, let the editing begin.