Lee shows why we must reform Administrative Law or face the complete loss of our liberty--even if we succeed in electing constitutional conservative politcians.
He writes in a way that people new to politics will understand perfectly; but even seasoned political activists will learn new things from this book.
He describes exactly what we must do and how to do it.
If you believe that government expansion threatens our freedom, you MUST read this book. It is a clear explanation of the problem and the solution, and a call to action.
NOTE: This book has been presented to a number of political candidates who are constitutional conservatives. There is a growing likelihood that one or more of them will present a bill in the US Congress early in 2013 promoting at least some, if not all, of the reforms described.
|Publisher:||Al Lee & Associates, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
About the Author
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 )