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A More Tyrannical King

King George III of Great Britain is often depicted as the personification of tyranny, with his oppressive policies and heavy-handed rule serving as the catalyst for the American Revolution. However, in the present era, as we navigate the complexities of our own government, it is imperative to critically examine whether the federal government has, in some respects, surpassed the oppressive tendencies of King George.


This book, titled A More Tyrannical King: How the Federal Government Has Become More Oppressive Than King George, aims to delve into this notion and shed light on the evolving relationship between government authority and individual liberties.


By examining key aspects such as the executive branch's overreach, the surveillance state, the burdensome regulatory apparatus, and the complex tax system, we aim to provide a comprehensive analysis of the modern challenges facing our nation's commitment to limited government and individual rights.


So Simple Even A Politician Can Understand

Sometimes the answers we seek are so simple that we overlook them. The ideas presented in this book are just that, simple ideas that are largely overlooked. These are simple ideas that anyone, including politicians, can understand. They may not be perfect solutions. They may not even be solutions at all, which is why they are called ideas.

Progress, Really?

This is a quick read about one perspective on the past, current, and future state of American culture, government, and social standing. The author points out many areas of our country that are straying from its fundamental basis and how continual complacency and acceptance of minority opinions for the sake of appeasing the entitled is quickly leading us toward socialism and overall destruction of the founding fathers' vision.

Quick read. Give it a couple of hours of your time and some serious thought.

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