Devouring Freedom: Can Big Government Ever Be Stopped

Devouring Freedom: Can Big Government Ever Be Stopped

by W. James Antle III
     
 

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No matter who wins the presidential election, nor which party takes control of the House or the Senate, Americans across the country are increasingly convinced that Washington is the problem. Even when a candidate promises cost cutting, fidelity to the Constitution, fearless independence from crony capitalism, or term limits—somehow candidates always seem to

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No matter who wins the presidential election, nor which party takes control of the House or the Senate, Americans across the country are increasingly convinced that Washington is the problem. Even when a candidate promises cost cutting, fidelity to the Constitution, fearless independence from crony capitalism, or term limits—somehow candidates always seem to turn into politicians when they get into office. And politicians can’t be trusted.

In Devouring Freedom, popular columnist Jim Antle voices the question millions of Americans have begun to ask: Can big government ever be stopped? Antle examines the addiction both parties have to bigger spending, bigger government programs, bigger intrusion in our lives and bigger dependency on the nanny state, as he exposes how an ever-expanding government inevitably leads to less prosperity, less independence, less ingenuity, less growth and far less liberty.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781621570622
Publisher:
Regnery Publishing
Publication date:
03/18/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
416 KB

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Meet the Author

Jim Antle is an editor at the highly influential news and commentary website, The Daily Caller. Before that, he was the associate editor of The American Spectator. His work has also appeared in National Review Online, The American Conservative, and FrontPage Magazine, among other publications. A Massachusetts native, he learned early to defend his conservative views in hostile territory while avoiding making political differences personal. Today his is a highly recognized commentator and columnist on all things conservative.

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