If you looking for clear definitions to structure to live by, this book is the first you should read.
Outlines the libertarian view on a wide variety of political and moral points. Ron Paul's viewpoints are extremely consistent and this book shows how many (if not all) political points are directly tied to each other, also revealing the hypocrisy of both Republican and Democratic parties.
I am a Ron Paul fan and felt that it was good for my 17 year old to hear as well. Ron does a great job at explaining his political positions.
Congressman Paul never fails to shoot straight and tell it like it is. He should be our president right now.
I have never read the print version.
Liberty and Tyranny by Mark Levin because they both have to do with conservatism and liberty. They take different stances on many issues though, so they aren't perfectly comparable.
Monotone, precise, and ...
I just love how everything he says makes so much sense. The government is way to involved; the downward spiral of the world walks hand and hand with Keynesian economics, entitlement, over-regulation, irresponsibility, restriction, effeminacy (for men), over-involvement in stuff that isn't the U.S.'s business, etc...
Yes, Ron Paul really is a voice of reason. He take on all the left/right ideas and gives a thoughtful response to them.I found myself rethinking some of my own dogma and seeing his point on some issues. He is truly a new voice in the political system and someone more of us should be paying attention to.
Clear ideas about what freedom is and how it has been slowly removed from America.
Great insight and even sounds like Paul.
All of it was moving because of how far away we have moved away from what we should be.
Ron Paul is a latter day founding father.
I would recommend anyone who is interested in what was dreamed for America. Ron Paul does a great job separating each of the 50 topics out into sections: What the freedom is, how this effects you, how the government invades your freedom and his feelings on the topic. He separates his moral and religious beliefs out, and keeps it out until it is his section of personal feelings on the matter. This gives you plenty of time to develop your own opinions and thoughts on the topic before hearing his. Bob Craig, does a good job of never feeling invading, or pushing Ron Paul's feelings on the matter on to you, but instead, making it feel like a good friend sharing his feelings on matters. You can tell, as the footnotes show, that the research on the matter is vast, and pulls from many materials to not only bring you the topic, but on his personal feelings as well.
Bob Craig can drone on, and sometimes feels a bit edited in places, but this does not take away from his soothing voice, and the flow he puts to the words, when he is allowed to read freely. Its a great combo of reader to message.
The narrator was solid, not exceptional, but never was annoying and was very clear. I enjoyed this book due to the views expressed.
I enjoyed hearing the reasoning behind what the media would call "madness" out of Ron Paul. Getting to hear why he stands the way he stands in a long explanation gave clarification compared to the 1 minute debate answers.
How to think about life liberty and the pursuit of happines. Or the Argument of Libertarianism
Awesome book gives great clarity. Everyone needs to read to hear the libertarian side of the argument even if they don't end up agreeing with it. It is either our future or we have no future.