All Star Ballot: Methods

The tools we use to advance our political agendas can be more important than the actual policies we advance. It’s not always the case, but it often can be. For instance if we accept court packing to protect the Second Amendment then we could actually make all three branches of government subject to change with any election – and that cannot bode well for our long term stability or rights. We could eliminate the filibuster in the Senate to advance legislation that would limit Big Tech censorship, but in the process we would create a system that has precious little protection for minority rights and interests, and that could lead to a complete loss of balancing minority party concerns in all legislation. We could accept that our desired legislation is never going to get through and accept that an executive order may be the way to advance a clean energy policy, but we have to un