In a report that is available on the Internet, the government concluded that the project was“An overwhelming Success.” And a “Historic event where citizens voted in complete privacy and in a secure environment for the candidates for President in 2000”. Thegovernment then, realizing what they had done, scrapped any further development of the project and ordered that there be no press allowed, no comments by any governmentofficials and it went largely ignored. But, they proved that Voting On The Internet is aviable concept. They proved that a system that is designed properly is hacker proof.They proved that people want to extend the right to vote onto the greatest technological boon ever invented, the Internet. They don’t want you to have this great advance becausethey know it will lead to a Real Democracy where people could start proposing some of the laws of the land and then vote on them, getting around the delays, the waste, fraudand abuse, the corruption, the tyranny of doing nothing that Congress forces upon us.This nation is now almost 50 Trillion Dollars in debt. You and I will owe this money toeach other. We can’t pay it of course, but don’t worry, the government will extend our credit and pass our debt along to our children and our children’s children indefinitely.This money will have to come from future generations of Americans or we will be forcedinto bankruptcy as a nation. This dark specter looms on the horizon and it will lead to theUSA becoming just another debtor nation, a third world nation, a nation that will beasking China, France, Italy, Japan for aid and assistance. The homeless will be on everystreet corner begging for food. Children will be wandering the streets in droves anddying in droves. We have squandered the great American Dream by allowing our electedofficials to screw this country, our prosperity, our legacy right into the ground. Worseyet, we have allowed them to scrap the Constitution and begin to whittle away at our God-Given rights. The world’s last and best hope will die.OR, there is a slight chance, a small ray of hope that possibly the citizens of this greatnation living now, will make a big change, perhaps the biggest change in our history.They could and should begin the process of creating another branch of government, a branch that is the basis of all other branches, the branch of government that we shall call,the DDA. The Direct Democracy in America, composed of National Ballot Measures or National Initiatives and Referenda, whatever you want to call it, but call it loud and clear,the only way to take the reigns of power and give it back to the people, the ordinarycitizens, the consumers, the backbone of the greatest economy in the world, thefoundation, the reason for government to exist, the origins, the soul of a real democracy,the only people who matter.These and many other problems are being addressed by an administration with theconsent of Congress in directions that the VAST MAJORITY of Americans do NOTapprove and would not approve if the Congresses ideas, stalling, compromises, etc wereactually put on the ballot. If these issues were PLACED ON THE BALLOT and giventhe common sense approach that only ordinary citizens can conceive, then they mightapprove some of these solutions in National Ballot Measures, something we don’t doright now, but this book is proposing to begin.