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Government Ruins Nearly Everything: Reclaiming Social Issues from Uncivil Servants Paperback – March 23, 2016
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Laura Carno is a Colorado citizen who understands that politicians are not kings, endowed with some birthright to parcel out our freedoms in tiny doses as they see fit. She knows it’s not the job of hired civil servants to tell us what size soda to drink, which light bulbs to buy, or what kind of insurance our family needs. She believes instead that we’re all adults who don’t need to be told how to live, but who instead need to stand their ground when government gets the relationship with its citizens upside down. When elected officials forget whose money they are spending and whose rights they are eroding, when they forget who’s the boss and who’s the public servant—then it’s up to citizens to speak out and reset the balance. Find her speaking out against the “Mother, May I?” culture, one issue at a time, at www.lauracarno.com and @LauraCarno.
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Top Customer Reviews
She makes a powerful case for the free-market cure to a government sick country!
It is a quick but AMAZING read!
What's not to like about Laura Carno's "Government Ruins Nearly Everything." I liked the Parents Know Best section; I liked the Free Market section; I liked the Strong Marriages section. Actually, I liked the entire book.
Laura mentioned that Millenials want their freedoms. But I've observed Millenials want "free stuff." Which is it? Someone has to pay for it. Laura gets it!
"Government Ruins Nearly Everything" is a must read for anyone who really cares.
Congratulations and thank you Laura!