Former NSA analyst and journalist Tom Bonsell details the problems that ensued from the doctrine of “Reaganomics” and offers detailed suggestions to rescue the nation from the deficit and debt created by Reagan and those who came after him.
Fundamentalist capitalism offers nothing to many Americans, who have little or no control over their futures and are underrepresented or not represented at all in the political sector. Only Democratic Capitalism offers them much hope.
The book is extremely critical of those on the right who have brought on our monumental debt with their outdated and flawed notions. The United States of America has many problems; some real and serious, others phony and distracting. But it has become much too tiresome to hear Americans blame government for being out of touch with them while they themselves remain out of touch with government. Americans have created the nation’s problems themselves, through their collective will and/or actions, and it is up to them to make the necessary decisions to get out of that mess.
About the Author
Thomas A. Bonsell’s intelligence-service training combined with a business administration degree, and study of constitutional law, enabled him to unravel the shenanigans at Enron to see what the media couldn't see, to understand how Reagan engineered a raid on the Treasury, how Ron Paul's desire to eliminate the 16th Amendment is dangerous to the people who hate the income tax the most, how laboring stiffs subsidize the well off, and how all the "solutions" to "reform" our tax system are really scams.
Tom has worked as a journalist in Oregon, New York and Colorado, and as an intelligence analyst in the United States Air Force Security Service and at NSA. This is his second book.
About the Book
The book examines national economic problems and offers solutions in a non-economic style, clear and sharp, without obscure jargon. By tracing the political history of taxing and government spending, the author arrives at the conclusion we should...
LC Classification: HC106.84.B66 2011
Dewey code: 330.973--dc22
BISAC: POL007000 POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Democracy
Price: USD 22.95
Price: USD 32.95
Price: USD 22.95