"For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, debate."
— CEO Margaret Heffernan

Free people are creative people. Americans have always sought to solve problems and shape the future we want through new invention and innovation. American innovation has brought the world advances in business, governance, the arts, medicine, technology, and much more.

However, when corruption creates a top-heavy system where the largest players use concentrated wealth to shift the rules in their favor, trust and freedom break down, and innovation and creativity is stifled, whether in the economy, arts, science, or across our lives.

To protect our freedom to create, invent and try anew, we will amend the constitution to combat corruption, end elite and foreign money control of our elections, and secure the free speech and representation of all Americans.

Tami LaTrell: Money in Politics is Bad for Art and Business

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"As the founder of a small business servicing venture capital firms, I see that corporate election spending hurts innovators and allows companies to gain choke-holds over the economy. Unlimited election spending is bad for business!"

KEVIN JOHNSON, CEO, Liberty Global Partners;
Waban, MA

Kevin Johnson
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“Just because certain laws are passed doesn’t mean they are right. If you are really for the creator, there are certain things you have to speak on and take a stance.”

TAMI LATRELL, Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated songwriter; Atlanta, GA

Stories of Invention

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