Establish a federated state-sponsored network of talent shows

Establish a federated state-sponsored network of talent shows

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sam panter started this petition to U.S. Senate

The American Public needs localized support of their interests, healthcare and income. However, this support should have a context that fits into the cultural values of our Nation: Talent Shows.

With a federated Talent Show Center network, with locations in every town, county, and state, the government would have a platform to provide a wealth of services ranging from healthcare to basic income to therapy to job training. These Talent Show Centers would not only serve as the homes of government services, but would also be training centers for people to come and get better at displaying their talent.

Every so often, each Talent Show Center would have a talent show whose winner would move up in the federated system to the next level (i.e. town > county > state). This would bring an element of competition and incentive to the Talent Show Network, offering a way for participants to bring fame and fortune to their local Talent Show Center and therefore their home town.

This all sounds like an unachievable, grand vision, but their are steps we can take to make incremental progress towards this goal.

A Roadmap:

  1. Nationalize America's Got Talent, leverage its revenue to bootstrap an preliminary Talent Show Fund
  2. Provide small stipends to local Talent Show Coaching Teams (who also serve as government services interfaces)
  3. Establish hierarchical network of Talent Shows, to feed local winners to county, state and national Talent Shows
  4. Use the profits from the early Talent Shows to build out Talent Show Centers at the Town and State levels
  5. All profits from any show in the Talent Show Network (including ad revenue, ticket sales, etc) feed back into the Network, bolstering its ability to provide services.
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