- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Long before the advent of conservative talk radio and Fox News, Robert Ringer was an outspoken advocate for the cause of freedom and free enterprise. In this classic work–updated for the 21st century–Ringer’s basic premise is that liberty must be given a higher priority than all other objectives. The economic and political ...
Long before the advent of conservative talk radio and Fox News, Robert Ringer was an outspoken advocate for the cause of freedom and free enterprise. In this classic work–updated for the 21st century–Ringer’s basic premise is that liberty must be given a higher priority than all other objectives. The economic and political calamity that he warned about in the late seventies is now upon us, and his new edition of Restoring the American Dream is sure to resonate with the feelings of today’s angry voters. In his book, Ringer explains that:
• The American Dream is not about increased government benefits and government-created “rights,” but, rather, about individualism, self responsibility, and freedom–including the freedom to succeed or fail on one’s own
• The barbarians are not at the gates; they are already inside
• Ordinary citizens no longer tell their elected officials what to do. Rather, government tells them what to do–and backs it up with force
• The desire of people to band together to bring about quick, short term solutions to their problems through government intervention has perpetuated a cycle that has nearly destroyed the American Dream
With Washington continuing to expand government power and spending at a record pace, Restoring the American Dream is a voice of sanity in a world gone mad.
Chapter 1: In the Beginning.
Chapter 2: The System.
Chapter 3: How People Get the Things They Want.
Chapter 4: The Gourmet Banquet.
Chapter 5: Taking the Free Out of Free Enterprise.
Chapter 6: Promoting the General Welfare
Chapter 7: How the Bill is Paid
Chapter 8: Keeping It All in Place.
Chapter 9: Taking Back America.
About the Author.
Posted July 26, 2012
Dreamsong mews,"Please stay alive." She fades out, but not before saying,"This would be the best place to communicate with me." She purrs and then is gone. (I need sleep. I can barely even see what I am writing as it is after three in the morning here. Good night!)
0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 13, 2011
No text was provided for this review.