The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gold and Tax Cuts [NOOK Book]

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Libertarian-conservative solutions to the political, social, economic and tax issues facing the United States from a 2012 Third Party Presidential contender, as well as one of America's leading Tea Party political leaders

In today's uncertain economy, people are growing more and more concerned about their financial future, and looking for common sense, limited government solutions. In The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gold & ...

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Overview

Libertarian-conservative solutions to the political, social, economic and tax issues facing the United States from a 2012 Third Party Presidential contender, as well as one of America's leading Tea Party political leaders

In today's uncertain economy, people are growing more and more concerned about their financial future, and looking for common sense, limited government solutions. In The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gold & Tax Cuts, 2008 Libertarian Party Vice Presidential nominee Wayne Allyn Root presents a passionate case for smaller government; dramatically reduced spending and taxes; States' Rights; free markets; adherence to the Constitution; an end to the Fed; a ban of bailouts, stimulus, earmarks, pork and corporate welfare; economic and personal freedom; and a return of power to the people, just as the Founding Fathers intended. The book

  • Explains why Obama's big government solutions are leading to a Great Depression II and a coming Citizen Revolution
  • Proposes a one year "Income Tax Vacation," a permanent end to capital gains taxes, and detailed spending freezes and cuts across all levels of government
  • Proposes dramatic education reform centered on school choice, home-schooling, charter schools, teacher accountability, and parental freedom
  • Proposes unique reforms in the areas of health care, energy and the public sector (government employee unions)

The Conscience of a Libertarian reveals how Americans can take back their country from big government, big unions, big corporations, corrupt politicians, bureaucrats, lawyers and lobbyists.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470528792
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 7/6/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 1,424,644
  • File size: 866 KB

Meet the Author

Wayne Allyn Root is a proud Reagan Libertarian. He is considered one of the most charismatic, passionate, fiery, and outspoken political personalities in America today. In 2008, Root was the Libertarian Party Vice Presidential nominee. Today, he serves as Chairman of the Libertarian National Congressional Committee and as an elected member of the Libertarian National Committee (LNC). Root is a frequent guest on Fox News, Fox Business, and hundreds of radio shows. He is a columnist for Newsmax.com and the Las Vegas Review Journal. His Web sites include: www.ROOTforAmerica.com and www.ROOTofSuccess.com.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments.

Publisher's Note.

Introduction: Citizen Politician—Citizen Revolution.

Part One: A Revolution Is Brewing.

Chapter 1 It's All Familiar: The Journey Begins with Barry Goldwater.

Chapter 2 The Libertarian Model: Meet the Original Rebels with Pitchforks.

Chapter 3 My Libertarian Awakening.

Chapter 4 Republicans and Democrats: Big and Bigger, Dumb and Dumber.

Chapter 5 The Battered Voter Syndrome.

Chapter 6 The Citizen Revolution: The Army of Rebels with Pitchforks.

Chapter 7 God and Government: Be Careful What You Wish For!

Part Two: Let's Talk Money and Politics.

Chapter 8 The Nevada Model: Showing America How It's Done!

Chapter 9 The Anti-Politician: Why We Need a Small Business Owner in the White House.

Chapter 10 The California Nightmare: Why California Leads the Nation in Defi cit, Debt, and Out-Migration.

Chapter 11 An Impending Disaster: A Toxic Brew of Big Government, Big Bureaucracy, Big Unions, and Lots of Lawyers!

Chapter 12 The Big Auto Bailout Adventure.

Chapter 13 Government Employee Unions Gone Wild.

Chapter 14 The PSTA—Private Sector Taxpayers of America: Stoking the Citizen Revolution by Unionizing.

Part Three: Solutions for the Mess We Are In.

Chapter 15 The Ultimate Spending Solution: Constitutional Impoundment.

Chapter 16 Eliminating Federal Taxes and the IRS.

Chapter 17 Eradicating Capital Gains: Why do Liberal Politicians Want to Keep Older Americans Working Forever!

Chapter 18 Destroying the Fed Before the Fed Destroys Us.

Chapter 19 Term Limits: Stopping the Insanity.

Chapter 20 The Magnifi cent Seven (Times Two): Putting the Citizen Back in the "Citizen Legislature".

Chapter 21 Government in Rehab: Outing Our Little Addiction Problem.

Chapter 22 The Greatest Economic Stimulus Plan Ever!

Part Four: Protecting and Preserving our Inalienable Civil Liberties.

Chapter 23 Welcome to the Nanny States of America!

Chapter 24 Education: The Civil Rights (and Economic) Issue of the Twenty-First Century.

Chapter 25 The Answer to the Health Care Crisis: Less Government, More Freedom!

Chapter 26 The Audacity of Affirmative Action.

Chapter 27 Stop the Global Warming Insanity: Facing the Real Global Threat.

Chapter 28 The Commonsense Answer to the Energy Crisis: Less Government, More Entrepreneurship!

Chapter 29 The End of Prohibition: Why Gamblers Will Empower the Citizen Revolution.

Chapter 30 The Inalienable Right to Pursue Happiness: "If It Is To Be, It Is Up To Me".

Parting Words: Relentless!

The Root Revolution.

About the Author.

Index.

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