In the not so distant future, Randy "Rod" Harris is forced out of the software industry after the DEA Expansion Act makes all drug test results public. Any company with over 10 employees would be penalized if they hired someone who had failed a drug test within the previous five years. Refusing to take a test was considered an admission of guilt, and would also add your name to the "Do Not Hire" list.
Rod invents the world's first quantum computer, who in turn develops futuristic weapons which enables the people to take back our country. The government refuses to yield, and will not go down without a fight. Will Rod be able to defeat the world's most powerful government and restore the power to the people?
The Libertarian Dictator is the 1984 of the 21st century.
©2015 Liberty Belle (P)2016 Jarvis Hooten
The words good and government rarely belong in the same sentence, unless that sentence is 'Life is good now that the government is gone'.
Yes, it is refreshing to read something not written by the establishment Republicans and/or Democrats
The science fiction parts were delightful to read. Dreamland USA
He has a good voice
When the main character goes to jail. I did not like that, it was sad.
A good choice for political readers.
This book was captivating, funny, and exciting. The plot moved, the characters were not boring, and the storyline did not suck. Liberty Belle has a great imagination and puts you right into his surreal, motion picture worthy, social justice commentary.
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