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It is the best horror book I have read in years.

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Every page scared the hell of me; I could not believe what politicians have done to this great country over the past one hundred years. I am now ready to declare open season on all politicians and offer a bounty for their hides with a special bonus paid for RINO hides. One person found this helpful.

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I was a little disappointed with the overall message. While I agree there should be more personal accountability, the authors never once mentioned the role big business plays in the overall economy, other than to say free reign will spur growth. The problem, of course, is that free reign and lower business taxes have been happening for some time now, but the alleged accompanying growth is non-existent. Kinda shoots that theory into the crapper. It is clearly impractical to demand that the federal government immediately withdraw from education, health care, and all the other areas in which its current vast presence is, to our minds, clearly unconstitutional.


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It is too late, as well as politically impossible, to try to lock that barn door. If it is impractical, too late and politically impossible to again constrain the federal government to the powers enumerated by the United States Constitution as meant by the framers, then there is no Getting America Right.

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Conservatives do not dispute that government should provide assistance to society's weakest members. This conservative subscriber to the Constitution does absolutely dispute that role for government. It was said of the late Senator Paul Wellstone that he was "the most-generous person I ever met.

Charity is the job of God's children, one by one and privately. Social Security has been helpful for the country. It has saved millions of workers from the disaster of disability and has been the foundation for years of dignified retirement for millions; indeed, without savings or pensions from their employers, Social Security may provide their only income. Unconstitutional cannot be "helpful". Further, the contention is nonsequitur when the authors are testing Does it promote self-reliance?

Good grief, the head honchos of the Heritage Foundation and Townhall. It must be that the train called "America" really has left the tracks. Nontheless, I'm gonna try to read the rest of the book. It sets forth the vision of its authors for a six-point plan that they believe would put America back on course. Of course, what America's course should be is a legitimate topic of debate. All too often, though, that debate degenerates into noisy, angry diatribes in which both facts and logic are quickly lost in a cloud of name-calling.

Here, without a partisan tone, the authors lay out what they clearly label conservative views of what the nation more appropriately, the citizens of the nation need to do in order to alter the course of the United States. Each of their six points is set forth in essentially neutral terms. They give profuse examples of what they think is wrong and then propose remedies. Exposition and argument in the classic sense to make their point. I wish every book on political issues took the approaches of these authors.

Political discourse would be greatly improved and we all might become more civil as we address the problems our nation faces. The authors pose six questions: Is it the government's business? Does the measure promote self-reliance? Does it make us more prosperous? Doug is an insightful writer about whatever subject he chooses. In this volume, he tackles several areas of concern in modern America.

We have not read this book as yet. It was recommended by NewsMax to read. I appreciate that magazine for the truth and have read others they recommended. Feulner and Doug Wilson , Hardcover. That's what proud conservatives are asking. The era of liberal dominance is finally over, but sometimes you wouldn't know it. Government spending is out of control, huge waves of illegal immigration endanger our security and our American identity, more and more Americans look to Washington for the "quick fix," the government grabs for more power at the expense of our liberty, American businesses are fleeing overseas, and terrorism threatens us more than ever.

How do we deal with these crises when our leaders refuse to? Kinda shoots that theory into the crapper. It is clearly impractical to demand that the federal government immediately withdraw from education, health care, and all the other areas in which its current vast presence is, to our minds, clearly unconstitutional.

Getting America Right: The True Conservative Values Our Nation Needs Today

It is too late, as well as politically impossible, to try to lock that barn door. If it is impractical, too late and politically impossible to again constrain the federal government to the powers enumerated by the United States Constitution as meant by the framers, then there is no Getting America Right. Conservatives do not dispute that government should provide assistance to society's weakest members. This conservative subscriber to the Constitution does absolutely dispute that role for government.

It was said of the late Senator Paul Wellstone that he was "the most-generous person I ever met. Charity is the job of God's children, one by one and privately. Social Security has been helpful for the country. It has saved millions of workers from the disaster of disability and has been the foundation for years of dignified retirement for millions; indeed, without savings or pensions from their employers, Social Security may provide their only income.

Unconstitutional cannot be "helpful". Further, the contention is nonsequitur when the authors are testing Does it promote self-reliance? Good grief, the head honchos of the Heritage Foundation and Townhall. It must be that the train called "America" really has left the tracks. Nontheless, I'm gonna try to read the rest of the book. It sets forth the vision of its authors for a six-point plan that they believe would put America back on course.

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Of course, what America's course should be is a legitimate topic of debate. All too often, though, that debate degenerates into noisy, angry diatribes in which both facts and logic are quickly lost in a cloud of name-calling. Here, without a partisan tone, the authors lay out what they clearly label conservative views of what the nation more appropriately, the citizens of the nation need to do in order to alter the course of the United States.

Each of their six points is set forth in essentially neutral terms. They give profuse examples of what they think is wrong and then propose remedies. Exposition and argument in the classic sense to make their point. I wish every book on political issues took the approaches of these authors. Political discourse would be greatly improved and we all might become more civil as we address the problems our nation faces.

The authors pose six questions: Is it the government's business? Does the measure promote self-reliance? Does it make us more prosperous?

Does it make us safer? Does it unify us? Each question is addressed by first setting out problems perceived by the authors i. They then set forth their proposed solution.


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And finally, they set forth the counter-arguments raised by opponents of their views and explain themselves. It's a terrific approach, clearly Socratic and not given to ad hominem. I would hope that Americans of all political persuasions, but who are motivated by their concern for the future of this nation not only read this book but discuss it as well. See all 15 reviews.

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