The federal debt
recently topped $20 trillion. So much for “the era of big government
is over,” a statement famously made by a Democratic president two decades
ago. What happened? Why has the crusade against big government failed?
Because the advocates of limited government are making the wrong
shows why, and also reveals the rightargument against big
government. Progressives have created a massive and intrusive federal government
by repeating this mantra: big government is necessary to help the “little
guy” - the poor, working class, and middle class. There’s only one problem
with progressives’ favorite claim: IT’S A MYTH!
The False Promise
of Big Governmentreveals:
·How big government hurts the very people it purports
·How big government is a tool of the elite, helping the rich,
powerful, and politically connected;
·Why America’s four richest counties are all suburbs of
·How the poor have been trapped in poverty by a federal War on
Poverty that has cost THREE TIMES more than all of America's military wars
·Why the two most common arguments against big government -
about costs and constitutionality - don’t work;
·Why big business loves big government and welcomes
more federal regulations;
·How big federal programs like Dodd-Frank and Obamacare spawn
industry monopolization that hurts the average person; and
·Why proponents of limited government aren’t heartless or
mean-spirited - in fact, they’re trying to free the poor and vulnerable
from government policies that harm them and hold them back.
In just 100 pages,
The False Promise of Big Government lays out everything you need to
know about why big government fails and how to overcome it at last.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Patrick M. Garry, JD, PhD, is professor of law at the University of South Dakota. He
is the award-winning author of several books, including ConservatismRedefined. Garry writes frequently for both popular and scholarly
publications and has delivered hundreds of lectures across the country. He
has been invited to testify before Congress several times.
Was the last
election stolen? And if so, who did the stealing... and why? The answer
lies in The Armageddon File - the latest book by national bestselling
author, master thriller writer Stephen Coonts.
blockbuster bestsellers include The Flight of the Intruder and Liberty’s
Last Stand. Now, at the top of his game in The Armageddon File,
a story ripped from the nation’s headlines, Stephen takes a fresh look at the American
presidential election system.
CIA Director Jake Grafton and CIA Agent Tommy Carmellini race to
discover who might have attempted - or succeeded - to steal the last
presidential election. A string of dead bodies, rigged voting machines, and
a conspiracy that seems to lead in divergent directions - from the
uppermost reaches of the FBI to foreign powers, from high finance to
organized crime - are only part of this gripping story of cross and
double-cross that leads to a shattering climax.
Life imitates art
and Coonts knows how to tell a story all about the real Electoral
system and its profound effects; he knows that voter fraud is alive and
well in America; and that courthouse politics has always been played for blood and money
in America and political machines ruled some states for generations. In the
old days politicians stayed in power by buying votes with whiskey, money,
jobs, and illegal access to public assistance. Political machines stuffed
ballot boxes in the big cities.
In America today,
the cultural and political divide can generally be defined as a split
between rural and urban America. In 2016 the press reported that in
thirty-seven percent of the precincts in Detroit there were more ballots
cast than there were registered voters. Ballot box stuffing, allowing
illegal aliens to vote, and the failure to require a photo ID before
allowing someone to vote no doubt all played a part. Still, despite the
efforts of the Detroit Democrats, and to their horror, Michigan went for
the Republican candidate, Donald Trump. What if the efforts of the Detroit
Democrats had given the state to Hillary Clinton by one vote?
Coonts says the
American election system is a patchwork antique that desperately needs an
overhaul, which will probably have to come from the federal level.
Requiring photo IDs to register and to vote is a cheap and easy fix that
would do much to cure some of the system’s ills. However, politicians who
think they benefit from crooked elections have resisted this change with
all their might in legislative bodies and federal courts, waving the bloody
flag of racial discrimination. [more...]
About the Author:
Stephen Coonts is one of
America’s greatest thriller writers. A former naval aviator and Vietnam War
combat veteran, he is the author of The Flight of the Intruder, The
Assassin, The Disciple, Liberty’s Last Stand, and sixteen
national bestsellers. A graduate of West Virginia University and the
University of Colorado School of Law, follow Stephen Coonts on Facebook and
visit his website at www.coonts.com.
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