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Henry: Well said

For the constitution I suggest there would need to be a powerful education.

I offer for purposes of education -- maybe to build a model off of it.

It would work (and logically so) because if you read it then you know there is a self-diminishing aspect to it, meaning as time goes on the budget gets smaller, but the possibility for incentive-commissions based in open source review and the random people from the specific industries chosen to "judge" would be very high -- thus drawing the best and brightest.

There's no power to Tax, no power to regulate -- imagine in the rare circumstances that gov't actually hires a private firm based on competitive bidding (the rare times this happens) and that commissions are only made based on a very tight rubric. In those instances it is far far more efficient and innovative program and far far better than what gov't could produce. But it's rare that anything be that public that the gov't wouldn't rather hire their buddies or bribers (lobbyist's friends) to do the job -- sometimes they do good work, but always at an astronomical price.

In my model -- there is no gov't hiring body, the rubric is known and the decision on payment/reward for service is in open-source.

The public is judging the "judging body" and the firms or institutions they come from in terms of how much "sunlight" they allow into their decision tree.

It would work -- I built it off of Mises Consumer-Sovereignty model.