“Wherever the truth is injured, defend it. You are there on that spot within hearing of that word, within sight of that action, as a Witness, to the end that you should speak for it.” Ralph Waldo Emerson, March 28, 1834
America has more problems than it deserves, more solutions than it applies, and more truth than it defends.
As your Senator I would author and support the following Constitutional Amendments:
First, an amendment that essentially says “Corporations are not people and money is not speech–including periodic renewal of corporate charters, subject to evaluation of fiscal soundness, public well-being and ecological protection; Second, an amendment to abolish the Electoral College; Third, an amendment outlawing monopolies; Fourth, a data privacy amendment giving exclusive ownership of data to individuals, not corporations, and expanding Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable searches and seizures to clearly prohibit wiretaps; data intercepts; electronic eavesdropping; drone other aerial surveillance; cell-phone location tracking; video or photographic monitoring of non-military public buildings, streets, and outdoors areas; and other evolving spy technologies. Warrants for searches and seizures may not be withheld from public scrutiny after conclusion of investigation, nor may they be censored or edited before being published.