If you’ve read my book, The Happiest Corruption, Sleaze, Lies, & Suicide in a California Beach Town, or signed up for my online course, Double Dias: Adventures in Local Government, you’ll have picked up a message that runs through them, and through many of the links I’ve posted to books and Ted Talks. It takes a village to save a village. It takes diverse groups of people using their particular skills and abilities to be our government of the people, by the people, and for the people.


    • A public that has had enough and has the courage and gen­erates enough people to stand and fight.
    • A public willing to set aside gender, political, race, religious, and party divisions to fight together for honest representation.
    • Engagement of outside legal, judicial, spiritual, and enforce­ment authorities.
    • Engagement of the press and media on a state and national level.
    • Engagement of political representatives up the line at the state and national level.
    • Mobilization of individual groups and factions working to­gether with a common goal—to replace the corruption with good government.