Nineteenth-century America was the closest thing to pure free-market capitalism that has ever existed. There was no welfare state, no central bank, no deficit spending to speak of, no fiat money, and no income tax for most of the century, and no antitrust laws or federal regulatory agencies until the end of the century. During the 20th century, by contrast, American liberty declined as the size, scope, and power of government exploded. Federal spending, taxes, deficits, and debt have spiraled out of control.
"US political/economic evolution explained"
This book proposes the impeachment of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for high crimes in Libya and Syria. Michael Ostrowski and James Ostrowski, who heard their father condemn the Vietnam War in a speech in 1970, have teamed up to write a profoundly antiwar book. When you hear the title, you may be tempted to think it's a partisan book. But it's not. It's mainly an antiwar and anti-state book that is really four books in one.
Before we can fix our economic problems, we must first diagnose what is causing them. Many of our political and intellectual leaders call for more government intervention to fix the economy. They tell us that it creates jobs, corrects "market failures", and boosts economic growth. And they insist that we need such intervention to help the poor, to coddle the consumer, and to protect the worker. But they're dead wrong. Government intervention is not the solution to our economic problems; it's the cause.
This audiobook helps you figure out when it is right to seek outside help or therapy. Professionals may tell you that your child has problems. Some educators may even urge testing through the school to find out if your child qualifies for learning disabilities or emotional impairment. Still, feedback about your child's misbehavior may come from trusted friends and relatives. How do you know who is right? And once you make the choice for therapy, which therapy is right for you and your family? Use this audiobook to begin answering these questions.
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The Unpardonable Sin is a book first published in 1915 by Gladys Brace Vilsack, a great-grandmother of singer Katy Perry. This work is made available on audio for the first time by StoryBrancher.com, a website that helps users tell the stories of the people, places, and things important to them. Learn more about this author and her work on StoryBrancher.