This content packed e-book, "How to Change a Law," reveals: 1) The top 3 components every campaign must have 2) The 7 key steps to advocacy success 3) Why issue clarity is essential to your efforts 4) How the top 1% get the laws that they want 5) The five critical mistakes most people make
If you want to change policy you have to find like-minded people and build an ad hoc coalition. You need friends to support you and you have to have compelling ideas.
John Thibault wants to make it easy for people like you to change laws. John’s the author of How to Change a Law: The 7-Step Guide and the main dude involved with iLobby.co – a website where people like you can go to change a law. Is it dangerous letting people like you change a law so easily? Only time will tell. We talk with John about how to change a law, why the system is so messed up, and how easy it is to change a law with his new website iLobby.
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The Party Is Not Much of A Party The party is a brand. But all brands need to evolve. As brands, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party do not adapt and change quickly enough to meet the needs of their audience. Also, because we only have two brands we flip back-and-forth between (R) and … Continue reading The Party is Not Much of a Party
This is a 60 minute podcast interview conducted by Lamont Patterson and Matthew Anderson with John Thibault on BlogTalk Radio (Can a Playa Play?) today September 11, 2016.
How Laws Are Made Have you ever noticed that there is no real instruction for people on how laws are made? When you search on the Internet for how laws are made, you will usually find diagrams. These diagrams show where the laws start, usually in one chamber of a legislative body, and then how … Continue reading How Laws Are Made
I was questioned and pressed by a woman yesterday who took me aside and told me Trump was the worst possible candidate and Hillary wasn't much better. But, who will I vote for?
Check out my new book on Amazon. "This is for any American who believes they can change the system." - Jackie T. (WA-07) "This seems a more cost-effective way to ensure the voice of the small business owner is heard." - John G. (IL-10) How to Change a Law is a simple do-it-yourself manual for … Continue reading How to Change a Law
We now have a new iTunes podcast where we discuss politics, policy and political persuasion. Let us know what you think. It's called Change a Law. And for the best debates on iLobby we we will select the most interesting ones and create a podcast around them. Sign up for our new e-book and you … Continue reading iTunes Podcast
This chart is a quick way for you to understand what the process is at iLobby and how easy things really are.
iLobby is a community where people can actually change a law. Your opinion matters.