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Liars & Whores: How Big Government and Big Business Are Working to Save Their Own Assets, Not Yours Paperback – June 15, 2015
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As the nation looks toward the 2016 election cycle, Bearman offers a realistic view into the nature of the political-industrial complex that enables powerful politicians to stay in power; businesses to reap millions off the backs of taxpayers; and the lobbyist-politician process to protect their own interests versus those that would benefit all Americans. - PolitiChicks.com
About the Author
Ethan Bearman is a nationally syndicated talk radio host heard weekly on affiliates of the Genesis Communications Network, host of The Ethan Bearman Program on KSFO AM 560 in San Francisco, California, and frequent guest on national television. He lives on the California coast with his wife and two children.
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Required reading, I think, for adults who want a better world for themselves, as well as teens and millennials who want a head start setting the table for their own futures.
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