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Government bullies : how everyday Americans are being harassed, abused, and imprisoned by the Feds

Author: Rand Paul; Doug Stafford
Publisher: New York : Center Street, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The U.S. Senator from Kentucky defends his assertion that the government is out of control and running amok through thousands of regulations that serve as a source of unconstitutional abuse of the good, honest, tax-paying citizens of America.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rand Paul; Doug Stafford
ISBN: 9781455522750 1455522759 9781455522774 1455522775
OCLC Number: 788291823
Description: xxxix, 280 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Part 1: Property wrongs---EPA bullies. Government "wetland" goons --
Escaping communism and finding tyranny in America --
From American dream to nightmare --
Living every day in fear of your government --
American hero --
More heroes, more horror stories --
How can we solve the problem? Part 2: The Lacey Act---an open license for government bullying. Leave American businesses alone --
Stringing up Gibson Guitar --
Trapping lobster fishermen --
Bureaucrats destroy caviar dreams --
How can we solve the problem? Part 3: Enemies foreign and domestic---The TSA and bullies abroad. Touching and squeezing America --
How the TSA terrorizes American citizens --
How can we solve the problem? --
Foreign bullies. Part 4: Keeping us safe? FDA and USDA bullies. Paved with good intentions --
Public enemy no. 1: Amish raw milk --
State and local bullies --
Cute and fuzzy bunnies --
How can we solve the problem?
Responsibility: Rand Paul with Doug Stafford.
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Paul has been in the forefront of a number of debates and has drafted legislation investigating government wrongs that are regularly being perpetrated against ordinary citizens. In this book he  Read more...

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