Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Trump vs. The Leviathan By Chris Buskirk
Trump vs. The Leviathan
By Chris Buskirk
In Trump vs. The Leviathan by Chris Buskirk, co-author of the best-seller, American Greatness: How Conservatism, Inc. Missed the 2016 Election & What the D.C. Establishment Needs to Learn, Chris shows us how the Trump administration is transferring power from Washington, D.C. and giving it back to the American people.
In Trump vs. The Leviathan, you’ll learn:
· how a small group in D.C. has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost;
· how Trump is beating “The Resistance;”
· how globalism is on its way out, replaced by a government that serves its people;
· why the Russian “collusion” story is a hoax;
· about the four crucial pillars of Trump’s plan: 1) Americans are dreamers, too; 2) America First foreign policy; 3) pro-worker trade and economic policy; and 4) draining the swamp;
· how America is already benefiting from the Trump administration’s many accomplishments: low unemployment, a soaring stock market, rising wages, a decline in illegal immigration and the dismantling of Obamacare.
The success of the Trump presidency will be judged in large part on the president’s ability to reduce the size and scope of the deep state. The unelected, unaccountable permanent bureaucratic leviathan that winds itself around the body politic and squeezes its life out must be dismantled if Trump’s legacy is to be a permanent restoration of republican government. Fortunately, his administration is doing just that.
Behind the scenes, President Trump is reducing oppressive regulation, shrinking the deep state, and enlarging the role of the citizen... and reining in what has become the fourth, all-powerful branch of government. There is much yet to be done, but less than two years in, Trump has taken steps to return power to its rightful home - the sovereign American citizen.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chris Buskirk is the editor and publisher of American Greatness. He is a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times and has written for the Washington Post, The Hill, and other publications. He is a frequent contributor to NPR’s Morning Edition, the PBS Newshour, Hardball, and regularly appears on CNN.
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