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Red and Blue and Broke All Over: Restoring America's Free Economy Hardcover – March 15, 2012
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“Another eye opening, jaw dropping, blood boiling and fantastic book by Charles Goyette. Loved it!”
— Robert T. Kiyosaki, bestselling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad
“There are two paths forward for America: towards fascism and poverty, or capitalism and prosperity. I don't need to tell you what route we are presently taking. But thanks to national treasure Charles Goyette, we now have a handbook for fixing what ails us: Red and Blue and Broke All Over: Restoring America's Free Economy. Read it for yourself and your family. Then pass the word to your neighbors and friends. This book can change our future. And how desperately we need that.”— Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., Chairman and CEO, the Ludwig von Mises Institute
“Red and Blue and Broke All Over tells you everything you need to know about the fix America is in and what to do about it. Deftly interweaving history, economics, and political philosophy, Goyette provides a relentlessly interesting explanation of the true factors driving us toward fiscal collapse.”— Thomas E. Woods, Jr., author of Meltdown
“How did a country as prosperous as ours get “broke all over”? Charles Goyette makes a clear and compelling case that it is the result of a change in American ideals. The good news is it can be fixed. Highly recommended!”— Barry Goldwater, Jr. United States Congressman 1969-1983
“Charles Goyette is a real treasure. For years he has delighted radio and TV audiences with his unwavering devotion to the values of small government and sound money and personal freedom. In “Red And Blue And Broke All Over”, he has given us a funny and irreverent examination of ‘only in America’ tales of government excess and stupidity. If you have a crazy Big Government loving brother-in-law who needs a dose of reality, read this book and you will win every argument you have with him. And if you just want to know how the government has stolen freedom and property and enriched itself, Charles has it all here for you.”— Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, Anchor, ‘FreedomWatch’, Fox Business Network
About the Author
Charles Goyette is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Dollar Meltdown. A former Phoenix radio talk-show host, he appears on many national television talk shows. He has contributed to LewRockwell.com, The Daily Reckoning, and AntiWar.com, and has written for the American Conservative, CNBC.com, WorldNetDaily.com, and TheStreet.com. He lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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Democrats, Republicans and the rest of us have been betrayed, sold-out, and lied to by self-serving delusionists Left and Right.
This book is specific in time, place, form, and event on how we've been screwed, how our children have been sold into slavery, and how the Purple (Red plus Blue) monster will continue its feast on our grandchildren.
Welcome to beyond "Brave New World" and "1984" into history and current events.
Welcome to the Truths.
We must deal with them.
made for us in Washington. I really feel he accurately describes where we are and what
is to come (not sure when but its coming). In a nutshell he gives you a libertarian viewpoint
of what is to come. Ever wondered why you are so disgusted with Washington? This book
will detail why and possibly make a libertarian out of you ;-)
Provides a number of background causes related to the sad and politically botched economic situation of America, and cautions to
consider for overcoming the pitfalls.
A book that should be on every concerned American's reading now list.