A Better Tomorrow: Fighting for Capitalism and Jobs In The Heartland [NOOK Book]

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A Better Tomorrow – Fighting for Capitalism and Jobs in the Heartland

America's economy stands at a crossroads. One direction leads the next generation to an economy where jobs are strangled by the noose of unnecessary governmental interference. The other direction lets American exceptionalism do what it has been doing for over two centuries -- create the best opportunities ...
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A Better Tomorrow – Fighting for Capitalism and Jobs in the Heartland

America's economy stands at a crossroads. One direction leads the next generation to an economy where jobs are strangled by the noose of unnecessary governmental interference. The other direction lets American exceptionalism do what it has been doing for over two centuries -- create the best opportunities in the world. In possibly the most important decision we will make in our lifetime, we get to choose the actual direction of our economy.

In “A Better Tomorrow” author Rob Hudson presents a roadmap to success from the perspective of a common sense business leader. The author and other prominent business leaders in Ohio and Kentucky developed national principles for recovery after the economic crash in 2008. Hudson chronicles this extraordinary time in history, its aftermath, and where we should go in the future. He inspires readers to imagine a tomorrow with the highest quality of life for our citizens. It can be done.

A Better Tomorrow includes Chapters addressing: Economic Stimulus From The Twilight Zone; Bad News Comes In Threes – Debt, Healthcare, and Financial Reform; I’m From The Federal Government and I’m Not Here To Help; An Economy Can’t Be Built From The Bottom Up Or Middle Out; The Twisted Politics of Outsourcing American Jobs; People Build Their Businesses and Much More; Occupy Jobs, Not Wall Street; Let’s Lead The World In Capitalism; and Imagining A Better Tomorrow.

What People Are Saying About “A Better Tomorrow”…

Hudson presents a sharp, political bellwether perspective for all Americans, along with a powerful message of hope for our future. He demands that politicians stand firm on basic principles to unite us around a plan that builds a better tomorrow. Rick Robinson, Lawyer and Author, Grand Prize Winner, London Book Festival

“A Better Tomorrow” addresses the critical role businesses serve as the foundation for successful communities. Hudson shares remarkable business success stories and identifies burdensome regulations which must be removed so more people can succeed. This is the path to a better tomorrow. Dave Hatter, Entrepreneur and President, Libertas Technologies

A must read for any pro-business candidate for political office. Rob communicates pro-business principles in clear, persuasive language which can connect with all people. Greg Shumate, Republican Party Chairman

Hudson lays out the case for getting the government off the backs of business so they can do what they do best---create jobs. He explains how and why business advocacy groups fight for their communities as a whole. Robert Schrage, Author, NKU Instructor, and retired Area Development District Executive

“A Better Tomorrow” includes Chapters addressing: Economic Stimulus From The Twilight Zone; Bad News Comes In Threes – Debt, Healthcare, and Financial Reform; I’m From The Federal Government and I’m Not Here To Help; An Economy Can’t Be Built From The Bottom Up Or Middle Out; The Twisted Politics of Outsourcing American Jobs; People Build Their Businesses and Much More; Occupy Jobs, Not Wall Street; Let’s Lead The World In Capitalism; and Imagining A Better Tomorrow.
Published by Saratoga Press, LLC. Foreword by Rick Robinson. Cover art by Kevin T. Kelly. Photography by J.H. Bolden.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015600445
  • Publisher: Saratoga Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/11/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 229
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Robert D. Hudson has fought for businesses -- large and small -- for more than twenty years, by representing business owners and making sure organizations that create jobs are strong and vital. Rob has led several organizations that focus on the issues important to insuring a vibrant economy, including the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Covington Business Council, the Northern Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management, and Be-Concerned, Inc. He advises business executives daily as a Member of Frost Brown Todd, LLC in its labor and employment law practice group.
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  • Posted October 30, 2012

    A shining example of conservative intelligence!

    I try to read as much non-biased information about political issues as possible. I have been entirely on the sales side of business as my career (mostly in property management). As the economy plunged, I watched hardworking people lose their jobs, lose their sense of security, and many lose the place that they called home. Because of this book, I have a better understanding of how the plunge occurred. Because of this book, I’m also driven to find a way to make a difference (somehow) instead of just being disgusted. Hudson has a big fan in me!

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