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Warriors for the West: Fighting Bureaucrats, Radical Groups, And Liberal Judges on America's Frontier
     

Warriors for the West: Fighting Bureaucrats, Radical Groups, And Liberal Judges on America's Frontier

by William Perry Pendley
 

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Why Do Americans, and Particularly Westerners, Fell Less Free?

What Happened to Our Constitutional Liberties and the Rule of Law?


Congress enacts ambiguous statutes demanded by radical groups; federal bureaucrats implement those laws as the groups demand; then, out-of-control activist judges, in lawsuits brought by those groups, interpret the laws

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Why Do Americans, and Particularly Westerners, Fell Less Free?

What Happened to Our Constitutional Liberties and the Rule of Law?


Congress enacts ambiguous statutes demanded by radical groups; federal bureaucrats implement those laws as the groups demand; then, out-of-control activist judges, in lawsuits brought by those groups, interpret the laws as those groups insist.

Meanwhile, others in Congress, the Executive, and the Judiciary do nothing!

In Warriors for the West: Fighting Bureaucrats, Radical Groups, and Liberal Judges on America's Frontier, William Perry Pendley puts human faces on Westerners' historic and often precedent-setting fights against:


  • Environmental laws
  • "Lying and cheating" bureaucrats and their ethically challenged lawyers
  • Clinton's attacks on logging, mining, and energy exploration
  • Government as a bullying bad neighbor
  • Criminalizing everything for "environmental protection"
  • Seizure of "private property" for "public use" without "just compensation"
  • An much, much more

No one escapes Pendley's well-documented truth telling. All are held accountable: Congress, bureaucrats, extremist groups, and activist judges.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781621570745
Publisher:
Regnery Publishing
Publication date:
11/05/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
698 KB

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