William Thien

Politics for the American Individual

Posted on: July 13, 2011

One of the themes you will see throughout my media is that of the individual vs. the collective, or “the collective” that can often be “the tyrannical masses.” In fact, one of my essays is titled just that, The Individual vs. The Collective.

It seems to me that in modern American politics the drive is primarily to accommodate the greatest number of voters only and there is a great disregard for the individual and his or her rights. Special interest groups are just that, groups, groups with special interests. Elections are won by attracting the greatest number of voters to your ticket. But the individual and his rights is more often than not left out of the process. Consequently, I believe so are the rights of the individual.

Therefor, I’ve decided to make the rights of the individual one of the primary elements of this media and I’ve developed a slogan to represent that ideal, Defining Politics for the Individual American. Or, correspondingly, Politics for the American Individual.

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