The Microtution Foundation was established as a non-profit,
public benefit California corporation in May of 2003 and
has applied for tax exempt status. Our mission is:
- To drive responsibility and accountability via new political social contracts known as Microtutions into the American system of government;
- To educate the American public and those who seek public office about government with these new social contracts;
- To serve as an online clearinghouse and repository for all Microtutions in effect; and
- To publicize all candidates for public office that meet the social contract framework standards of The Microtution Foundation.
Why are we here?
The United States has over 511,000 elected officials holding public office. Our goal is to provide the constituents of every elected
official in the nation the tools necessary to restore faith, trust and accountability in every candidate seeking election to public office
and every elected official once elected. Every American has the right to demand responsibility and accountability from those who serve in
elected public office.
When The Articles of Confederation were deemed too weak to meet the needs of the nation by Congress, Congress met again to revise the plan.
This meeting became known as the Constitutional Convention of 1787 and produced the government by social contract we know as the United
States Constitution. As Americans, we have governed ourselves by this social contract for over two centuries with few changes. We do not
propose change to the US Constitution. Rather, we propose utilization of the US Constitution, as amended, by the people of this great
nation. Provisions in the 10th Amendment allow the American people to add new social contracts through the exercise of 10th Amendment
Once again, America finds herself guided by a document and elected officials seemingly too weak to meet the needs of the nation. Fewer than
half of all Americans vote, politicians at all levels of government are not held accountable for their actions and few, if any, take
responsibility to improve the morass and decline of the founding principals that gave us this great nation. This failure by our elected
officials calls upon the American people to rise up peacefully and demand change by adding new social contracts to our existing system of
The weakness is in our elected leadership, not in the United States Constitution. Our Founding Fathers gave us the best government social
contract in human history. It is through their wisdom the American people hold the power to add new government social contracts without the
blessing of our collective elected leadership or the requirement of any government action. We the People hold the power necessary to create
such change and drive new social contracts into the American system of government. We hold the power to force accountability and
responsibility by contract from those who seek to serve us in public office at all levels of American government.
"For the real question is whether the brighter future is really always so distant. What if, on the contrary, it has been here for a long time
already, and only our own blindness and weakness has prevented us from seeing it around us and within us, and kept us from developing it?"
-- Vclav Havel, Power of the Powerless (1991)
Throughout The Microtution Foundation web site you will find information, discussions and a plan to drive this change into all levels of
American government. By utilizing the best government by social contract known to man and the most democratizing tool in human history,
together we can take charge of our future and create the most powerful change in American politics since the Founding of this great nation.
"Knowing is seeing, and if it be so, it is madness to persuade
ourselves that we do so by another man's eyes... Till we ourselves see it
with our own eyes and perceive it by our own understandings, we are as
much in the dark and as void of knowledge as before.. " -- John Locke
We invite you to have a look around and read the information available on our web site. We believe once you see it with your own eyes you
will find new knowledge and understand, as we do, the second American Revolution is at hand. We hope you will lend your hand and take an
active role by participating in the discussions and debates, help support the Foundation's work and share your new knowledge with other
Americans -- including those who seek to represent us in every elective office in the nation. In the words of John F. Kennedy, "Ask not
what you're country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country."