Pruning the Fourth Branch

Pruning the Fourth Branch

by Al Lee

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ISBN-13: 9780971173811
Publisher: Al Lee & Associates, Incorporated
Publication date: 09/20/2012
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

About the Author

My interest in US politics dates back to my time in the US Air Force during the Vietnam War. I realized then that something was changing in America. My first foray into political activism was doing a little volunteer work for Ronald Reagan's 1980 campaign. I was fortunate enough to attend his Inaugural Ball--a genuine thrill!

In the years that followed I involved myself as a volunteer and contributor to many political candidates and causes. I always tried to support those who stood by our Constitution. I also volunteered in missions to help victims of Communism in Central America. In 1993 I was one of about 85,000 at an event called "Dan's Bake Sale"--what a blast!

I used to believe that all we needed to do to save our liberty was to elect good people to office; but I have learned that that is no longer enough. We have a bigger problem that must be fixed--and, of course, we must also elect better people.

My business career involved nearly forty years as a problem solver. I did consulting to many giant companies to address problems they were unable to solve themselves. I learned that in order to fix a problem you must first identify the CAUSE. Most people simply attack the symptom endlessly. That will not succeed.

I applied that strategy to what I consider the largest problem we have in our government today and devised a plan to fix it. That is what my book "Pruning the Fourth Branch" is about.

I have posted a few photos to "Amazon's Al Lee Page" from various politcal campaigns or projects and a video of a speech I recorded when I was a candidate for congress. My political campaign was what initially brought the issue of reforming Administrative Law to my attention. I hope you find them interesting. (www.ReformAdminLaw.org )

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