Join the Blue Jean Nation Too few have too much power and privilege, and too much say over what kind of society we have. Too many are politically homeless and feeling doomed as voters to choose between the lesser of evils. Concern for the common good has become far too uncommon. The major parties are different in many respects, but both are failing America in their own way. Our broken political system and ailing democracy demand an intervention. That intervening starts here. I agree. Count me in! First Name * Last Name * Street AddressCityPostal CodeState - select - Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas Armed Forces Americas Armed Forces Europe Armed Forces Pacific California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Northern Mariana Islands Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas United States Minor Outlying Islands Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming I want to be a local Blue Jean Nation ambassador in my community. Tell me how to get startedBecome a Blue Jean AmbassadorYes No (clear)Take the lead in your own back yard and start a neighborhood Blue Jean Nation chapter or club. Put the party back in politics with food, drink, music, dancing or games while introducing neighbors to Blue Jean Nation in your home, or organize a fun event at a favorite local gathering place. Knock on doors. Make phone calls. Start by listening. Candidates for office and other political activists spend so much time telling people what they should care about, and comparatively little time asking what they do care about. If you want to change politics, more hearing is a good place to start. Whether you have a few hours a week to spare or a few days a year, there’s so much you can do. Don’t forget, politics is supposed to be about public service. Think up ways to perform service to your community. Email * Phone Count on me to help pay the bills, too. Click here to make a donation to support Blue Jean Nation and its efforts.