Republicans and Democrats divide us

An American Union can unite us

The American Union is a union of swing voters, willing to ignore divisive partisan politics and put the focus back on our Constitutional duties to each other. When 3.5% of Americans unite, our votes will decide the balance of power in Washington.

With this leverage over Congress in the 2022 midterms, we demand Congress meet our terms and put our crowdsourced legislation on the President’s desk in exchange for our winning block of votes on November 8, 2022. Read more about this innovative strategy in this Medium article.

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    An American Union is cooperative democracy

    Rational adults can disagree without fighting, and we can find solutions if we can agree on our goals. Luckily, the founding fathers left us a list of duties in the Constitution: Establish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty, to ourselves and our posterity.

    When we get back to basics, we can end poverty, end mass incarceration, and end the endless wars.

    The three planks

    The Blueprint for a Better America

    End Poverty
    • Universal basic income(UBI) of $300 /week for adults, $100/week for children.
    • A public option for health insurance.
    • Digital bank accounts for all.
    • 18 weeks of paid family leave.
    End Mass Incarceration
    • Reduce the use of cash bail, surplus military equipment, and no-knock warrants.
    • Retrain law enforcement officers away from using excessive force, and to intervene if others do.
    • Reform qualified immunity and Pell Grant eligibility
    • Review prison sentences after 10 years.
    • Repeal mandatory minimum sentences, the federal war on drugs, and civil asset forfeiture.
    • Restore the ability to vote in federal elections
    End the Endless Wars
    • Repeal the 2001 and 2002 authorizations for use of military force in the Middle East.
    • Reduce the hundreds of foreign military bases, the nuclear stockpile, and the military budget back to 2005 levels.
    • Require Congress to specifically authorize any force against Iran, and to close Guantanamo Bay.
    • Restrict the purchase of land mines, the use of sanctions against civilian populations, and arms sales used in the war on Yemen.
    • Reform the Espionage Act of 1917 to protect journalists and whistleblowers.