The United States has drifted away from the Founders' concept of "We The People" to a nation gripped by the rule of Law. Nearly everything we do on a daily basis from before we're born until after we die falls under the cloud of The Law. Worse than that, in the past several decades The Law has deputized us into a legion of civil litigants and pseudo-prosecutors who have been conditioned to seek legal retribution for every conceivable wrongdoing of another. The problem? The Law is a shaky house of cards poorly constructed and self-affirmed by her well-paid practitioners, whose sole goal is to stir the pot of dispute amongst The People to feed the greedy monster called "The Law," and to line the pockets of her lawyers. An Elephant In The Living Room - Is It Too Late To "Kill All The Lawyers"? is one insider's view--one who's "been there, done that"--of The Law; how it hurts, how it hinders, and how it subtlely but deftly burdens The People with mind-boggling constraints on Liberty, Life and the Pursuit of Happiness. An Elephant In The Living Room - Is It Too Late To "Kill All The Lawyers"?, through both personal experience anecdotes as well as historically significant legal cases, tells it like it is in layman's language while offering inspiration and encouragement, empowering The People to take our Country back!