RAINBOW CITY, AL, United States | Member Since 2013
The arguments and sides of the debate the author takes are sometimes humorous but legitimate at the same time.
it's about logic and why some of our current outlooks on what is morally and legally wrong is laughable when you really break it down, look at it from the law breaker's point of view.
it is old.
the author's argument for why the slumlord is a positive part of the community and economy.
not one part really stands out, it's about the overall general message.
you are in control of your success and hapiness.
this book tells us what most of us already know but with tons of anticdotes and stories. The message is clear, if you can see yourself doing it, you can do it. But some of it is clearly far fetched and a little much. That being said, i totally recommend this book for reminding you that YOU can be happy whenever you want, it is up to you. Visualization is the theme here.
I think this is a great place to start getting to know why Ron Paul believes what he believes. He explains the logic behind the libertarian's mindset on society and free market. Highly recommended read.
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