Act 6. Total Transparency
PUBLIC SCHEDULE: How many jobs don’t require an employee to report to the boss how they spend their time? Not many! Except for serving in Congress. Few members of Congress report to their constituents how they spend their days and who they meet with. Doesn't the public have the right to know? It’s time for members to publicly post - every day- who they meet with and whether and how much those individuals or organizations have donated to their campaigns.
DONOR TRANSPARENCY: Members of Congress could post their major campaign donors on their websites, but few, if any do so. This information can be found at the Center for Responsive Politics' opensecrets.org website, but few members of the public know that.