Establish Non-Binding Federal Referenda

The Congress should establish non-binding national referenda and permits perhaps three per year to poll voters actively on controversial or neglected issues.

Congress should also not try to monkey with the electoral college for it may be the most important recognition and utilitarian expression of state’s rights as quasi-independent states within a national union. To alter the electoral college would in effect annihilate vestigial independence of the 50 states, and that is a bad idea, for all of the flumery and corruption by a federal authority that would be likely to follow.