1st National Citizen
A Keystone for the Primary Moral Imperative
Please help prove out a process to tap the intelligence of we, the people, who live with the problems to find our problem-solving Einstein Moments. Below is the inaugural brainbee, the first national Citizen Legislation, for you to submit what you think is the most time-wasting problem to solve ... and how to solve it. After a repeated divisioning by seven, the seven final issues will be emailed to the White House for Presidential review and submission to Congress.
With sufficient cashflow or loan/donations, Timism will do all fifty states for emailing winning issues to the governors. Thereafter, municipality brainbees will be enacted via the Super Brainbee. In addition, this is also a process for zero-cost primaries without money dictator dominance.
This inaugural Citizen Legislation brainbee has special lifehour bonuses:
The lifehour has a LBO/IPO value tied to the averarge U.S. hourly wage (about $26 in 2017). Like frequent flyer miles, the value becomes real as more people acquire them. Like Federal Reserve Notes and like Bitcoins, they are created out of thin air with an important difference: They will solve problems. They can be traded and eventually used for loan and tax payments. Timism's Business Model is to give away 99% of lifehour ownership to those who support Timism's goals and plans based on better democracy and capitalism.
Signup gratis for an account at www.24in4.com.
Be sure to click Homestead at the bottom
of the account confirmation
for a homestead bonus.
|As an individual can
the salary of a public official in Timism's Lifehour credits, so can
newspapers homestead the royalties to Timism' media
cashflow as well as upfront lifehour credits listed in the below table.
Newspapers earn this lifehour credit by printing sequential short essays
promoting public awareness of the Primary Moral Imperative to save life on
earth from climate change. Immediate publication costs come the readers as
donation. Besides the homesteading lifehour credits and future share of Timism's
cashflow, there are other benefits to both the newspaper, its staff and readers
as outlined in Readers' Heads-Up intro essay (Guidepost #1).