Moment of Truth: How Our Government's Addiction to Spending and Power Will Destroy Everything that Makes America Great

Moment of Truth: How Our Government's Addiction to Spending and Power Will Destroy Everything that Makes America Great

by Marc Nuttle
     
 

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With the Christian vote more widely polarized than ever, Marc Nuttle offers a must-read book for conservative America. In Moment of Truth Nuttle exposes the escalating trends in our government toward regulation and overspending while taking a critical look at the increasing power of Trade Unions, and the corroding effects of the United Nations. He speaks especially to

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With the Christian vote more widely polarized than ever, Marc Nuttle offers a must-read book for conservative America. In Moment of Truth Nuttle exposes the escalating trends in our government toward regulation and overspending while taking a critical look at the increasing power of Trade Unions, and the corroding effects of the United Nations. He speaks especially to the 28 million small business owners in the country-80 percent of whom are Republican and 65 percent of whom are evangelical- arguing that these policies will be devastating to them while putting America's economic future in jeopardy. Ultimately, Nuttle demonstrates the conclusive dangers of big government when controlled by those who would lead this nation toward an irretrievable tipping point.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781599796987
Publisher:
Charisma Media
Publication date:
09/20/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
914 KB

Meet the Author

Marc Nuttle has worked in the campaigns of historic presidencies such as those of Ronald Reagan and Boris Yeltsin and for presidential candidates as diverse as Pat Robertson and Steve Forbes. He has represented multinational corporations and has advised on government projects for the United States, China, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Sudan, Jordan, and other georegional efforts. He has been involved in movement politics for over thirty years at the national level and in all fifty states.

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