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When They Come for You

How Police and Government Are Trampling Our Liberties - and How to Take Them Back
Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
Length: 13 hrs and 55 mins
Categories: Nonfiction, Politics
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A revealing audiobook about how government, law enforcement, and bureaucratic interests are seizing our property, our children, our savings, and our fundamental American rights - and how to fight back.

Liberty and justice for all is the bedrock of American democracy, but has America betrayed our founders’ vision for the nation? In When They Come For You, New York Times best-selling author David Kirby exposes federal, state, and local violations of basic constitutional rights that should trouble every American, whether liberal, conservative, or libertarian. Free speech, privacy, protection from unreasonable search and seizure, due process, and equal protection under the law are rights that belong to every American citizen but are being shredded at an alarming rate all across the country.

Police and prosecutorial misconduct, overzealous bureaucrats with virtually unchecked power, unwarranted searches, SWAT-style raids on the homes of innocent Americans, crackdowns on a free press and the right to protest, removing children from their parents without cause, “debtors' prisons", restricting freedom of health choice, seizing private assets for government profit, and much more demonstrate how deeply our rights and our national values are eroding.

When They Come For You uses true stories of everyday citizens to reveal how our federal, state, and municipal governments, police, lawmakers, judges, revenue agents, unelected power brokers, and even government social workers are eviscerating our most fundamental liberties. And, it shows how people are fighting back - and winning.

©2019 David Kirby (P)2019 Macmillan Audio

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Argues against himself

He claims to stand up for the individual to keep the fruits of their labor and personal freedom but also want universal healthcare in the introduction. He points out singular issues and tries to broad stroke it into a trend. No thank you.

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