Mark Whitney is running for President to restore dignity to the highest office in the land - the office of citizen. Mark believes the Office Of The President should not be associated with the privately-owned Political Industrial Complex. Mark will be certified as a candidate in all 50 states!
Posted on by Mark in Video | Comments Off on #KeepBanging Podcast #001 · Impeachment, Ukraine, Syria & The Rule Of Law
#KeepBanging Podcast #001 · Civil libertarian candidate for President, Mark Whitney uses storytelling to show you what kind of President he will be. Today Mark takes on Ukraine, Impeachment, and Syria. You don’t need a third party. You need a third candidate! #KeepBanging · MarkWhitney.com
Posted on by Mark in Video | Comments Off on Sneak Peak Tour Of Mark’s Digital Presidential Campaign HQ · #KeepBanging
My friend Moe stopped by on this quiet Saturday for a sneak peak at the Whitney For President Digital Campaign Headquarters. So, we did this impromptu walk and talk, where I explain the path to the 2020 Presidential Debate Stage. #KeepBanging
Posted on by Mark in Scholarship | Comments Off on Harvard Business School: “Why Competition In The Politics Industry Is Failing America”
“Too many people—including many pundits, political scientists, and politicians themselves—are laboring under a misimpression that our political problems are inevitable, or the result of a weakening of the parties, or due to the parties’ ideological incoherence, or because of an increasingly polarized American public. Those who focus on these reasons are looking in the wrong places. The result is that despite all the commentary and attention on politics in recent years, there is still no accepted strategy to reform the system and things keep getting worse. We need a new approach. Our political problems are not due to a single cause, but rather to a failure of the nature of the political competition that has been created. This is a systems problem. We are not political scientists, political insiders, or political experts. Instead, we bring a new analytical lens to understanding the performance of our political system: the lens of industry competition. This type of analysis has been used for decades to understand competition in other industries, and sheds new light on the failure of politics because politics in America has become, over the last several decades, a major industry that works like other industries. We use this lens to put forth an investment thesis for political reform and innovation. What would be required to actually change the political outcomes we are experiencing? What would it take to better align the political system with the public interest and make progress on the nation’s problems? And, which of the many political reform and innovation ideas that have been proposed would actually alter the trajectory of the system? Politics in America is not a hopeless problem, though it is easy to feel this way given what we experience and read about every day. There are promising reforms already gaining traction including important elements of the strategy we propose. It is up to us as citizens to recapture our democracy—it will not be self-correcting. We invite you to personally engage by investing both your time and resources—and by mobilizing those around you—in what we believe is the greatest challenge facing America today. It is often said that “We in America do not have government by the majority. We have government by the majority who participate.” Today the challenge for Americans is to participate not only as voters, but also to participate in the reform of the political system itself. This is our democracy, and the need is urgent.” [Click here to read the entire report]
Posted on by Mark in Blurbs | Comments Off on President Trump, Ukraine and Impeachment
Trump, Ukraine & Impeachment · Article Two, Section Four of the United States Constitution states in potentially relevant part: “The President of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of Bribery.” The House Of Representatives impeaches [charges] the President. The Senate conducts a removal hearing [trial]. If two thirds of the Senate members present do NOT vote to convict, the President remains in office. See, e.g. President Clinton. This is not a judicial proceeding, so niceties like the Rules Of Evidence and Judicial Procedure do not apply. In fact, the procedural rules are whatever the Senate says they are. This is not a criminal matter. Accordingly, the burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt does not apply. The only question for the senatorial tribunal is whether the President gets to keep his job. With a 90% approval rating among Republicans, the chances are — ah — 90% that the President will keep his job, right up until the time I defeat him on November 3, 2020. Having admitted to a crime, the President is now incentivized more than ever to do whatever it takes to win re-election, with an eye toward dying of natural causes in office, thereby avoiding prison. #KillTheOldMachine · #KeepBanging · #DeclarationOfIndependents
Posted on by Mark in Interviews | Comments Off on 2020 Presidential Candidate Mark Whitney Sets Fire To The Church Of Trump · #KeepBanging
#KeepBanging · Listen to Mark’s historic first interview as a candidate for President of the United States, with Trump Fanboy Paul Duddridge. Mark will be certified as a candidate in all 50 states. The road to the Presidential Debate Stage starts here!
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