As of our April 2020 national convention in Colorado, the Unity Party of America has 29 official positions enshrined in our Party Constitution, listed below.

Note that you can click on the hyperlinked text of any plank to be taken to that plank’s specific page for commenting.

I. Balanced Budget Amendment

Unity supports the passage of a Balanced Budget Amendment in the interests of the nation’s fiscal and economic health. Any short-term stimulative benefits gained by deficit spending are far outweighed by the long-term damage that spending inflicts on the economy. It’s time to stop spending our children’s inheritance, and it’s time for the state legislatures to apply to Congress for a new Constitutional Convention to pass this and other amendments, per Article V of the US Constitution.

II. Affirm the 2nd Amendment

The Unity Party of America affirms the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

III. Affirm the 4th Amendment

The Unity Party of America affirms the 4th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects shall not be violated.

IV. Eliminate the Federal Income Tax

Unity supports replacing federal income taxes with a revenue measure based on the carbon content of fossil fuels as a simple way of balancing the budget, combating Climate Change, and encouraging the development of alternative energy sources. A reduction in fossil fuel consumption would enhance American power abroad by making this nation less dependent on foreign sources of oil.

V. Health Care Tax Deduction

Unity supports a full tax deduction for the health care costs of all Americans forced to pay for their own health coverage.

VI. Social Security Tithe Pool

Unity supports the replacement of federal payroll taxes with a “tithe pool” of less than 10% of earned income. At the end of every fiscal year, the pool of revenues collected that year would be apportioned to guarantee Social Security benefits, Medicare, and other entitlement programs for the following calendar year.

VII. Supporting our Military

Unity supports our military service members, both active duty and retired, the many brave men and women who have honorably defended our great nation. Unity supports all efforts to get our military better healthcare and retirement benefits as well as making it easier for all veterans to get access to the benefits they need, no question asked.

VIII. Free and Fair Trade

Unity supports global free trade in the interest of long-term economic development, so long as provisions are made for a Global Minimum Wage to protect workers both here and abroad, and for carbon tariffs to fight Climate Change and protect American manufacturers.

IX. Congressional Term Limits

Unity supports limiting US Senators to two six-year terms in office, and limiting US Representatives to four three-year terms in office, with one-third of US House seats to be up for election every year.

X. Judicial Term Limits

Unity supports an amendment to the US Constitution which imposes term limits of 12 years on Federal Judges, including US Supreme Court Justices.

XI. Enhance Electoral Security

In this age of hackers and other criminals willing to do anything to advance their own agenda and subvert American democracy, Unity supports the requirement that all individual votes in Federal elections, whether they be cast electronically or by other means, be recorded with paper receipts.

XII. Judges, not Gerrymandering

Unity supports outlawing the drawing of legislative districts along partisan lines, and supports the appointment of panels of retired judges to draw the boundaries of legislative districts.

XIII. Put Campaign Finance on Solid Foundation

Unity declares that all Federal political contributions, whether they be spent directly or indirectly on campaigns for Federal office, should be reported on a timely basis in terms of individual source and should be limited to no more than the current limit of $2,700 per individual donor, adjusted for inflation going forward; if corporations are real people and money is speech, corporations should be held to the same standards as real people and money still can’t be tossed onto the roaring bonfire of corruption threatening the very structures at the heart of American democracy.

XIV. Resign to Run

To give the American Taxpayer relief from subsidizing the careers of incumbent officeholders, elected Federal officials seeking office higher than the one they currently hold should resign immediately upon filing for a primary election; the timing of such resignations would allow for the holding of replacement elections in a seamless and efficient manner.

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[Repealed by Amendment XXI]

XVI. The American Space Program

Unity supports a focused, efficient and aggressive US space program which leads the world. An American space program that sets the pace will not only inspire Humankind, but will lead to many short and long-term benefits for our nation. Space exploration and the eventual building of colonies on the moon, Mars and planets beyond will provide us with the ‘life jacket’ Humankind might need.

XVII. Call for DC Statehood

Taxation without Representation for Hundreds of Thousands of American Citizens in the US Capital is symbolic of the dysfunction of the two-party duopoly; the Unity Party supports DC Statehood with appropriate provisions for Federal property.

XVIII. Self-Determination of All Peoples

Unity supports the right of self-determination for all Peoples, including their right to establish new States within the United States of America as appropriate.

XIX. Approval Voting

Unity proposes the adoption of Approval Voting, defined as allowing voters to vote for more than one option with the winning option having the broadest possible support, as the official voting method for all votes from internal party votes to state and national votes.

XX. Unity Party for a United America

The Mission Statement of the Unity Party of America shall be “Unity shall strive for a United America where peoples of all parties and backgrounds shall come together on common ground and move forward together as a nation to create a better country for current and future generations of Americans.”

XXI. Repeal of Minimum Voting and Donating Ages Platform Plank

Amendment XV to the Constitution of the Unity Party of America, “Make Minimum Voting and Donating Ages 16,” is hereby repealed.

XXII. Student Loan Freedom

Unity supports the free market, supports the freedom to get a good education, and therefore supports the Federal government guaranteeing extremely low interest rates on current and future Student Loans, with no profiteering.

XXIII. Support for the First Amendment Right to Assemble

In the spirit of the First Amendment right “of the people peaceably to assemble,” Unity supports the Right of Ballot Access for all Political Parties as well as the Right of Collective Bargaining for all Unions.

XXIV. Better Voting for Public Elections

Unity supports the exploration of more sophisticated, more representative voting methods. 

Approval voting, range voting, or STAR voting are better methods for electing single member executive offices such as President, governors, and mayors. 

Legislative offices should be elected by proportional representation. This includes Congress, state legislatures, boards, and councils.

XXV. Climate Change

The phrase “global warming” in “IV. Eliminate the Federal Income Tax” and “VIII. Free and Fair Trade” is hereby replaced with “climate change”.

XXVI. Congressional Term Limits

Amendment IX to the Constitution of the Unity Party of America, “Term Limits”, shall be retitled to “Congressional Term Limits” and shall be amended to read, “Unity supports limiting US Senators to two six-year terms in office, and limiting US Representatives to four three-year terms in office, with one-third of US House seats to be up for election every year.”

XXVII. Renewable Energy

Unity supports research on creative applications of sustainable and renewable energy sources.

XXVIII. Arts and Humanities for All

Unity supports the Arts and Humanities for All.

XXIX. Respect for Underprivileged & Underrepresented Communities

The Unity Party of America will work to Unite America by empowering underprivileged and underrepresented communities.

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    RadicalCenter

    I agree with or can compromise closely with most of your planks.

    On the second amendment, does this mean that you would strike down State restrictions on non-felon US Citizens’ right to keep and bear arms? I’d hope so.

    Strongly disagree the voting age, and surprised this one is not obvious. Far from lowering the voting age, we should be raising it to 21 (or, in my dreams, 25). Basic biology, and everyday observation tell us that brains aren’t fully developed at age 16, or even 18. I wasn’t well qualified to vote at either age, and I followed politics more closely and studied public policy earlier than most. Adding in consideration of the life experiences that people typically have at given ages in our current society, already the majority of us Citizens aged 18-21 are no longer engaged or seriously pursuing marriage, raising children, working full-time and paying real taxes, or anything that many people that age used to do and know about.

    Ending on a positive note, your concept of allowing new States is wonderful. Good for you. We need new States AND a return to the tenth amendment.

    This freedom is essential to avoiding further, heightened political, social, and even racial conflict that will come if we keep insisting on forcing peoples to live together who are too disparate. Prime candidates for new States would be the inland eastern portion of Washington State, Eastern Oregon, the Northern third of CA.

    Let the people of LA, SF, NYC, Seattle, and the like go farther left in their laws, policies, and lifestyles if their people consistently vote for it. City-States for our era.

    We need to just respect the Tenth Amendment rule of decentralization, for a change — left and right and Everyone agree not to enforce anyone’s economic or social values on other Regions. This will defuse the current winner-take-all deathmatch where victory means forcing 350 million people to abide by laws and mores they detest, and losing means being forced to abide by someone else’s.

    Conversely, let the other parts of those States go more conservative freer-market, or libertarian free market, or more populist right, socially conservative social-democracy, etc., as they choose. For example in the new state of Western New York (minus NYC and Long Island), in Downstate Illinois, or Pennsylvania minus Philly Area (dare we dream).

    More people could find a local culture, and laws, more aligned with their needs, priorities, and moral values, and without moving far away and abandoning their hometown or family home to do it. They’d stay right where there are and their preferred bundle of laws and social mores will come to them in the form of a new State with more compatible people.

    Unity doesn’t mean forcing everyone in the vast country to think, live, act, speak, trade, and legislate the same. Your endorsement of the freedom to form new States suggests that you are aware of that 🙂

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    Erik Green

    What are your positions regarding our educational systems in the United States? I am a Teacher and am interested to hear them.

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    Gary

    First, my comments on a few Unity Party platform planks, then my comments on proposed amendments, followed by my own proposed amendments:

    II. Affirm the 2nd Amendment

    The Unity Party of America affirms the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.

    Comments: I consider the Second Amendment to be an anachronism. It uses archaic language. I think the Second Amendment should be debated during a new Constitutional Convention. I don’t want to propose any change in the platform plank now. However, I support the global abolition of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons.

    IX. Term Limits

    Unity supports limiting US Senators to two six-year terms in office, and limiting US Representatives to four two-year terms in office.

    Comments: I oppose term limits as a restriction on the right to representation. Term limits for elected officials don’t address the real flaws in the United States’ political system.

    Proposal: Repeal this platform plank.

    X. Judicial Term Limits

    Unity supports an amendment to the US Constitution which imposes term limits of 12 years on Federal Judges, including US Supreme Court Justices.

    Comments: I’m fine with limiting the terms of appointed judges, but not for elected representatives.

    XII. Judges, not Gerrymandering

    Unity supports outlawing the drawing of legislative districts along partisan lines, and supports the appointment of panels of retired judges to draw the boundaries of legislative districts.

    Comment: Gerrymandering is a product of single-member district, winner-take-all voting systems. Gerrymandering for legislative elections would be eliminated by implementing a party-list system of proportional representation.

    XVI. The American Space Program

    Unity supports a focused, efficient and aggressive US space program which leads the world. An American space program that sets the pace will not only inspire Humankind, but will lead to many short and long-term benefits for our nation. Space exploration and the eventual building of colonies on the moon, Mars and planets beyond will provide us with the ‘life jacket’ Humankind might need.

    Proposal: I propose removing the last sentence of this platform plank: “Space exploration and the eventual building of colonies on the moon, Mars and planets beyond will provide us with the ‘life jacket’ Humankind might need.”

    The idea of colonizing other planets or the moon is science fiction. The survival of the human race depends upon learning to live within the sustainable limits of the Earth’s ecosystem.

    XVII. Call for DC Statehood

    Taxation without Representation for Hundreds of Thousands of American Citizens in the US Capital is symbolic of the dysfunction of the two-party duopoly; the Unity Party supports DC Statehood with appropriate provisions for Federal property.

    Comment: Agreed.

    Related Proposal:

    Call for Puerto Rico Statehood [Gary Swing]

    Unity supports the right to political self-determination for the people of Puerto Rico. The people of Puerto Rico have voted in favor of statehood.

    Proposed Amendments to the Unity Party Platform, to be voted on at the next national Unity Party Convention (in 2020):

    1. Approval Voting [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]

    Unity proposes the adoption of Approval Voting, defined as allowing voters to vote for more than one option, as the official voting method for all votes from internal party votes to state and national votes.

    Comments: I would vote NO on this proposal. Approval voting does not address the fundamental problem with US elections: the failure to provide fair presentation for a politically diverse electorate.

    Counter-Proposal

    Election Reform [Gary Swing]

    Unity proposes the adoption of more sophisticated, more representative voting methods.

    Approval voting, range voting, or STAR voting are better methods for electing single-member executive offices such as presidents, governors, and mayors.

    Legislative offices should be elected by proportional representation. This includes Congress, state legislatures, boards, and councils.

    Unity Party candidates and officers will be selected by approval voting.

    2. Unity Party for a United America [Proposed by Uniter Don Sathers]

    Unity shall strive for a United America where peoples of all parties and backgrounds shall come together on common ground and move forward together as a nation to create a better country for current and future generations of Americans.

    Comment: Yes

    3. Repeal of Amendment XV [Proposed by Uniter Don Sathers]

    Amendment XV to the Constitution of the Unity Party of America, “Make Minimum Voting and Donating Ages 16”, is hereby repealed.

    4. Support for the First Amendment Right to Assemble [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]

    In the spirit of the First Amendment right “of the people peaceably to assemble,” Unity supports the Right of Ballot Access for all Political Parties as well as the Right of Collective Bargaining for all Unions.

    Comment: Yes

    5. Range Voting for Public Election of Single Seat Executive Offices [Proposed by Uniter Gary Swing]
    and 6. Proportional Representation for the Election of Congress, State Legislatures, Councils, and Board members [Proposed by Uniter Gary Swing] expressed as:

    Counter-proposal to Amendment 1:

    Election Reform [Gary Swing]

    Unity proposes the adoption of more sophisticated, more representative voting methods.

    Approval voting, range voting, or STAR voting are better methods for electing single-member executive offices such as presidents, governors, and mayors.

    Legislative offices should be elected by proportional representation. This includes Congress, state legislatures, boards, and councils.

    Unity Party candidates and officers will be selected by approval voting.

    7. Amend “XVII. Call for DC Statehood” to read: [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]

    XVII. Create Lincoln, D.C. and State of New Columbia

    Ditch the swamp by moving the nation’s capital to Colorado and naming it after another great President. Taxation without Representation for Hundreds of Thousands of American Citizens in the City of Washington is symbolic of the dysfunction of the two-party duopoly; the Unity Party also supports City of Washington Statehood with appropriate provisions for Federal property.

    Comment: No. I prefer the existing language supporting DC Statehood. I say NO to the new proposed language. I oppose the idea of moving the national capital to Colorado. I don’t like the “Ditch the swamp” language. Preserve the wetlands habitat.

    8. Replace the phrase “global warming” in “IV. Eliminate the Federal Income Tax” and “VIII. Free and Fair Trade” with “climate change”. [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]

    Comment: Yes

    9. Reword “IV. Eliminate the Federal Income Tax” [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]

    Amendment IV to the Constitution of the Unity Party of America, “Eliminate the Federal Income Tax”, shall be reworded to read, “Unity supports replacing federal income taxes with a National Sales Tax based on the carbon content of fossil fuels as a simple way of balancing the budget, combating Climate Change, and encouraging the development of alternative energy sources. To make a National Sales Tax fair to all Americans, a substantial portion of the tax shall be remitted back to all Americans in equal portions on a weekly basis.”

    Comment: Yes

    10. Unity Party Candidates Shall Abide by the Candidate Code of Conduct (CCC) [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]
    No Unity Party Candidate shall run negative advertising against a fellow Uniter or others. No Unity Party Candidate shall engage in personal attacks against a fellow Uniter or others. When attacked, Unity Party Candidates shall only counter incorrect information with facts. Unity Party Candidates shall neither lie nor mislead, whether on the stump or in advertising. Unity Party Candidates shall put Country Before Power, knowing we’re all in this together.

    Comment: Yes

    11. Congressional Term Limits [Proposed by Uniter Don Sathers]

    Amendment IX to the Constitution of the Unity Party of America, “Term Limits”, shall be retitled to “Congressional Term Limits” and shall be amended to read, “Unity supports limiting US Senators to two six-year terms in office, and limiting US Representatives to four three-year terms in office, with one-third of US House seats to be up for election every year.”

    Comment: No. I oppose term limits for Congress. It limits voter choice, restrict the right to fair political representation, and fails to address the real problems with the US political system.

    12. Nationally Synchronized Voting [Proposed by Uniter Chris Otwell]
    All States shall have open and available voting for all Federal Elections during 28 days which shall end with either Presidents Day on February 22nd or Veterans Day on November 11th. These voting cycles would produce the results for all Primary Elections, Caucuses, and General Elections.

    Comment: No. I don’t see the benefit. Voting by mail — nationally — would be better.

    13. Personal Liberty [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]
    Unity believes that the government should respect individual Liberty first and foremost, and that this Principle should apply to Reproductive Rights and the Right to Die.

    Comment: Yes

    14. Marijiuana Legalization [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]
    Unity supports the legalization of marijuana at the Federal level for both recreational and medical use.

    Comment: Yes. But should the term cannabis be used rather than marijuana?

    15. American Immigration [Proposed by Uniter Bill Hammons]

    Unity acknowledges that America is a nation of immigrants, and supports continued limited legal immigration balanced with robust foreign aid and direction for troubled nations which, now or in the future, are or will be sources of destabilizing illegal immigration.

    16. Stronger Support of Our Military [Proposed by Uniter Don Sathers]

    Amendment VII to the Constitution of the Unity Party of America, “Supporting our Military”, shall be reworded to read, “Unity supports our military service members, both active duty and retired, the many brave men and women who have honorably defended our great nation. Unity supports all efforts to get our military better healthcare and retirement benefits as well as making it easier for all veterans to get access to the benefits they need, no questions asked. In addition, Unity will support withdrawal from overseas and a conversion of American military personnel to a Reserve Force in coming decades as the military becomes more automated.”

    Comment: Mostly yes to the revised language. I don’t see that the final phrase express adds anything beneficial. “as the military becomes more automated.”

    17. Save the Earth Campuses [Proposed by Uniter Don Sathers]

    ??? Language?

    18. Native American Representation in Congress [Proposed by Uniter Don Sathers]

    Unity supports collective representation of Native American tribes in Congress by 2 United States Senators and 4 US House Representatives, the Districts of the Representatives to be divided along the Mississippi River.

    Comment: No. I oppose this amendment. I support the abolition of the US Senate. Representation in Congress should be proportional to population.

    19. Preservation, Conservation, UBI, Medicaid/Medicare, Retirement Benefits [Proposed by Uniter Paul Noel Fiorino]

    Unity supports preservation of our water systems, conservation, and a Universal Basic Income with Medicaid/Medicare for all. Retirement benefit credits should be provided to retired Americans for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

    Comment: Yes

    20. Environmental Hope and Action [Proposed by Uniter Paul Noel Fiorino]

    Environmental hope and action are paramount, and Unity supports a transition from fracking to sustainable energy sources as well as rapid hyper transportation and designated AI traffic.

    Comment: Mostly yes. Not sure about last four words: “and designated AI traffic.”

    21. Arts and Humanities for All [Proposed by Uniter Paul Noel Fiorino]
    Colorado is in first position in the Nation for Arts Participation and has Unification through coming from last in 2006 to today 2020 when the Arts are still under attack.
    The National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities are nonpartisan and are for All.

    Comment: The wording sounds awkward.

    22. Respect for Marginalized and Underrepresented Communities [Proposed by Stephan “Seku” Evans]
    The Unity Party of America will work to Unite America by bringing marginalized and underrepresented communities into the light, by working to protect the least powerful from the most powerful.

    Comment: Yes

    My proposed amendments:

    Call for Puerto Rico Statehood [Gary Swing]

    Unity supports the right to political self-determination for the people of Puerto Rico. The people of Puerto Rico have voted in favor of statehood.

    United States Senate [Gary Swing]

    The United States Senate should be abolished. As James Wilson said, representation in Congress is for people, not for “the imaginary beings called states.”

    National Popular Vote [Gary Swing]

    The Electoral College should be eliminated. Presidential elections should be conducted by a National Popular Vote

    Constitutional Conventions [Gary Swing]

    Every generation should have the opportunity to design its own system of government. Therefore, a new Constitutional Convention should be held at least once every twenty years.

    IX. Term Limits [Gary Swing]

    Repeal this plank.

    XVI. The American Space Program
    Unity supports a focused, efficient and aggressive US space program which leads the world. An American space program that sets the pace will not only inspire Humankind, but will lead to many short and long-term benefits for our nation. Space exploration and the eventual building of colonies on the moon, Mars and planets beyond will provide us with the ‘life jacket’ Humankind might need.

    Proposal [Gary Swing]: I propose removing the last sentence of this platform plank: “Space exploration and the eventual building of colonies on the moon, Mars and planets beyond will provide us with the ‘life jacket’ Humankind might need.”

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    john

    If you are going to eliminate the federal income tax (IV), why do you need a health care tax deduction (V)?

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    billhammons

    Thank you for the pointer, John. When you have a 31-plank platform hashed out by consensus of the entire membership at a party convention, not all parts might sync 100% with each other. You could say that basically if we can’t get a full elimination of income taxes, we ask for a full heath care tax deduction on those taxes.

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    trurl66

    After elimination of federal income tax (IV) how are you planning to finance US military (VII) and space programs (XVI)? Especially since IV is expected to reduce fuel consumption and therefore carbon emission.

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    Jay Garrett

    Some of this, like term limits, could probably be only accomplished bya convention of the states. Is that part of the plan?

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    Wyatt

    (IV)
    Is a bit confusing. “revenue measure based on the carbon content” a carbon tax?
    Who pays for it? (companies, people driving cars) A consumption tax on gas, oil and coal?

    (V)
    Fix prices for basic procedures so they are the same across the nation. An x-ray in New York, should be the same cost as an x-ray in Arizona. “heath care tax deduction” might be usable for this.

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    Leon Roell

    What is the party’s stance on nuclear power, this is an issue that is very important to me, as i see nuclear power being a really promising way to help reduce carbon emission. In addition to that what stance does this party take on military spending as well as foreign wars going on right now

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    Daniel

    A few questions on issues that I have not seen hashed out:
    1) Immigration: what is a proposed humane solution to this conundrum?
    2) Pro-life vs. pro-choice issues: I would very much prefer not to abort babies, although there are rare cases I guess where both lives of mother and baby are at risk, and a choice needs to be made.
    3) I agree with pretty much everything else–love that you touched on the need for combating climate change, the need for free trade, etc. What about a foreign policy that is, let’s say, less oportunistic and not seeking allies at any cost, but to be firm and condemn repressive governments’ actions towards their own people if we have diplomatic relations with them, for instance? Also, we need a firmer, no-nonsense stance towards Russia and China.
    4) I agree that we should support our military; however, I’m not exactly for having a military presence in a lot of countries around the world: measures should be primarily defensive. Plus less loss of lives for service members and less grief for their families, as well as potentially more respect from other countries because they don’t feel invaded.
    I think that is all for now. If any future questions arise I’ll be sure to ask, but this party interests me, at least for now. There are deep concerns for racial reconciliation and reparations towards Native Americans that move me, but I think I will leave those be for now.

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    Amad

    Has anyone thought about choosing Unity Party political candidates by using a “draft” process from among its members? At the convention there would be a name chosen by lot, who is subsequently confirmed as the party candidate by a vote. It would be great to start this unique process with state congressional elections. Instead of nominating a candidate to run in the state’s primary election, they would only run in the general election. This person would be bound to follow the Party’s Constitution, and could not accept any “outside” campaign funding. I see this model as the beginning of a revolution that would have great voter appeal! What better way is there to take the corporate/moneyed interests out of our elected officials? This is representative democracy at its best, if you choose to take the “risk”. If you are successful in Colorado, you know that other states will follow, and I for one will join the party in my state!

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    There is a lot that could be said, add, or overruled. I have a few ideas on the amendment that said no restriction on churches. Now there like flies on a pile of cow s***. They’re everywhere and willing to move to a new pile at any moment of need. Therefore I say Tax all church property as normal business. Not the plate dropping cash. Make sure that they follow all laws of the state country and the country they are in. Paying in workman’s comp and social security. The church is the old science of the past 10,000 years and is mostly obsolete. They represent the placebo of general science and its different fields. I understand Jesus put dirt on the guy’s eyes, and he could see again. I know an eye doctor that can cure the blind on a daily routine. Churches like Scientology force abortions and have their owned Gun carrying prison system. This is enough. Time for a redo on Religion and put it on the shelves of history. The next 24600-year cycle will be way more focused and exciting. Left without a watchful eye, religion will throw us back down the well whole of past existence. Aquarius is upon the rise. In less than 20 days, it will begin to change. Lots of wind and thunder. Lots of possibilities for massive new know-how. Understanding women are not equal will be hard for most men; because they are the Power source of Mankind. Without a mother’s love, no man is completed. One must see that this world is as if it is a large human. Each organ is a different race. All get treated equally by the body except when then is an imbalance. Thank God for the Black Man, for they are the strong unsung men. These women are princes of the old way. If we could learn to all get-together, we would light up and take the reins of our collective future. We must accept as a part of a whole. Although my toe is not as important as my eyeball, it is the toe that can stop me from falling off the edge of existence. It Is “I” Donnie Harold Harris

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