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Insolence of Office - Socio-Politics, Socio-Economics and the American Republic [Kindle Edition]

Ronald G. Wayne
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Insolence of Office - is the product of decades of research and observation into the evolution of human governance, and the foundations of the American Constitutional Republic. Through this analysis the reader is introduced to a complete, yet simplified understanding of the architecture of our Constitution, its foundations, principles, and the essential meaning of its structure all in the context of modern living.

How did our modern system come into being? What were the forces that shaped it? What is it that every citizen should understand, before he enters the voting booth in the next election? What magical quality was built into our Constitutional Republic that has enabled it to endure for more than 230 years? How is the system now being threatened – and what can we do about?

These are some of the questions put to reader – followed by some astounding answers, truths and realities that the average person has never considered before. The book concludes with an in-depth discussion of the origins, evolution and nature of money – with a detailed disclosure of how, over a span of decades, our sound and Constitutionally-mandated gold/silver-based currency was corrupted into worthless pieces of paper. More than that, this discussion details the effects of that monetary corruption on our governmental system – and how that corruption bares directly upon the personal lives of each of us.

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  • File Size: 557 KB
  • Print Length: 276 pages
  • Publisher: All Clear Entertainment, LLC; 1 edition (October 1, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005NXGFZS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #994,687 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Thirty years went into the preparation of this document. $8.99 for instant access is a steal. Ronald Wayne elegantly paints a picture of, well, freedom and everything BUT freedom, within the systems of the Governments of the United States. Since taking a keen interest in topics like patriotism, Free Man on the Land, Masonry, and various other secrets and mysteries of the human spirit, trapped inside a physical body, which operates within a municipality, inside of a state governent, which is within a federal government, blah, blah, blah--well, Mr. Wayne's topic intrigued me enough to buy my very. first. Kindle. His Insolence of Office (apparently the meat and potatoes of his life's work).

You may not know an interesting fact about Mr. Wayne: He was the co-founder of Apple in 1976. Had he not sold his 10% interest in Apple back to Jobs & Wozniak, just two weeks after founding Apple (for $2,300.00 cash), his shares today would (in theory) amount to $35 Billion. What's interesting to note is that Wayne has no regrets and admits that the company, and it's legend may not exist today, if he had stayed. Wayne described Jobs as "inimitable and irreplaceable" and I love that. He operates from good intent.

Wayne's book goes way, way back to the foundations of America, pre-America, and bring you to the present confusing collaboration of states and government, good and evil, and explores in depth the concepts behind what it really means to live on the real estate of the U.S.A., under or out from under the control of government. It's fascinating.
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