Robert David Steele has ONE political position: that integrity must be restored to the US electoral system, and thence to US governance, the US economy, and US society. We must break the back of the two-party tyranny and restore the primacy of We the People — all of the people — over our local to national governance process. People over parties. Integrity over corruption.
The Electoral Reform Summit and the Electoral Reform Act of 2015, together with the creation of the long-envisioned public intelligence network as designed by the non-profit Earth Intelligence Network, are how we do this. Do consider his essay on Democracy Lost supplemented by Amazon book reviews.
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Reflections: Seven Steps to US Intelligence Reform
I was quite surprised to see multiple searches using the same language. It is an important question that I have been asking — and answering — since 1988 when I helped create the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (today a mini-me of the larger mis-directed secret intelligence world).
My six challeges defined and published (with pre-publication clearance as usual) in 1994 have still not been met because we have not had any intelligence “leaders” willing to commit to intelligence with integrity.
I now believe that the DNI was a wrong turn. The next DNI should be charged by the next President with dismantling the DNI, restoring the DCI position, and executing a variety of straight-forward reforms that I have championed for a quarter century. A transformative intelligence reform process would shut down ODNI, restore the DCI, create an Open Source Agency (OSA), and elevate the National Intelligence Council (NIC) to the Executive Office of the President (EOP). Somewhere in there OMB, Congress, the media, and the public would receive public (open unclassified) ethical evidence-based decision-support on all threats, policies, and country counterparts, while creating Community Decision-Support Networks that implement the proven process of intelligence at the local, county, state, and regional issue management levels.