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Hostile Takeover: Resisting Centralized Government's Stranglehold on America | [Matt Kibbe]

Hostile Takeover: Resisting Centralized Government's Stranglehold on America

Hostile Takeover is a rebellious challenge to the "upper management" of government, who are choking American prosperity and liberty. Matt Kibbe exposes the privileged collusion of Washington insiders - and maps out a proven plan for how to return power from the self-appointed "experts" back to the people. Dubbed "one of the Tea Party's masterminds" by Newsweek, Kibbe reveals how grassroots citizens can and will check the federal behemoth and restore the American enterprise.
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Hostile Takeover is a rebellious challenge to the "upper management" of government, who are choking American prosperity and liberty.

The American enterprise grew exceptional based on the founding principles of individual freedom, decentralized knowledge, and accountable, constitutionally limited government. But our "leaders" from Washington, D.C., have systematically replaced the dispersed genius of America with top-down dictates and expensive schemes designed to expand the power of insiders and protect the privileged positions of politicians, bureaucrats, and their cronies.

Freedom, not centralization.

"Decentralized freedom" has become the strategy that will return America to its founding values, breaking up centralized government's monopoly on power and returning it to where it belongs: with We the People.

Senior management has failed us. It's time to clean house.

In Hostile Takeover, best-selling author Matt Kibbe exposes the privileged collusion of Washington insiders - and maps out a proven plan for how to return power from the self-appointed "experts" back to the people. Dubbed "one of the Tea Party's masterminds" by Newsweek, Kibbe reveals how grassroots citizens can and will check the federal behemoth and restore the American enterprise to its founding principles.

©2012 Matt Kibbe (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers

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    I listen to Rush, Beck, Levin, and Savage most days. I thought I know most facets of conservative thought. I was wrong. This book brings up some great new ideas and foundations. I highly recommend it.

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    "A Must Read For Bottom Up Politics"

    An excellent book for all Tea Party followers, but I would also recommend this book to others since the author describes how a small group of people can organize a political movement. Whether the reader agrees with Mr. Kibbe's views, I am sure the reader has the same questions about the costs and sources of money to elect our "representatives".

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