Yesterday, the American Enterprise Institute, with Freedom House and the Center for American Progress, hosted a discussion titled "Democracy in Crisis". Here's a link to the event. Guess who asks a question about the possibility of an ascendant centrist third party at the 1:50:10 point of the video? Of course... read more →
Enjoyed the hospitality of ANC4B last night. Provided the ANC a quick introduction to future DC enfranchisement through the creation of Douglass, County, Maryland.
Let's recapture the center. Advocate for open primaries and incentive independent thinking and Independent participation.
Last night in front of a packed house at the Shaw Library on 7th and Rhode Island I had the pleasure of asking the Mayor Bowser about exploring enfranchisement by creating Douglass County, Maryland. She thought that nobody in Maryland would want her to be Governor. To which I asked,... read more →
Douglass County, Maryland was introduced to ANC 8B this evening. The presentation could not have gone any better. An audience member expressed concern about being separated from the future county and being returned to Prince George's County. I made it quite clear that unless every Washingtonian is enfranchised together through... read more →
Before, Maryland gave land to DC to become the Nation's Capital, the State gave land to Georgetown University for the school's creation. Georgetown University's Seal still describes this fact in Latin. Douglass County, Maryland is glad to see GU's promotion of this fact in its seal.
Douglass County, Maryland met with engaged local political scientists this afternoon at the National Capital-Area Political Science Association. David Krucoff introduced the future county to the membership and was well received by the membership.