The wisest thing in this article was:
The Democratic Party is not the answer.
In fact, I hypothesize the D’s could have tilted the R primary towards Mr. Trump because they believed he would be an easier win.
We have, fortunately, a group of young and visionary leaders who are learning to face the reality of this situation. They need the experience of all of us to help guide their actions and shape their vision. But we need to give them the approval and authority to ignore the failing rules and to take the battle wherever it must go to save their future and ours. At the very least we need to make sure that those who cannot change are moved out of the way.
Are there any names to these leaders? How do we give them approval? How do we move out those who cannot change? And what kind of change are we looking for anyways? This paragraph offers nothing useful for the reader to take action. It is all a platitude with no real impact. Pah!
If you want impact for a real change, consider Tiered Democratic Governance. This alternative democracy casts away political parties and finds the natural leaders for society.
Methinks the author will not spend the three hours to read about this new system. He already has all the answers. But what about you readers?