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Taxpayers Don't Stand a Chance: Why Battleground Ohio Loses No Matter Who Wins (and What to Do About It) Paperback – June 26, 2012
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-National Taxpayers Union
"Must-read case study of government gone wild: Ohio edition...This book, while about Ohio, is really a great story about what's happening in most states around the country. I really highly recommend it."
-Veronique de Rugy, National Review Online
A "devastating book about why state and local governments never cut spending."
-Nick Gillespie, Reason
About the Author
Top Customer Reviews
"Taxpayers Don't Stand A Chance" is really packed with the statistics and figures I was hoping for. I'd actually never heard of the Buckeye Institute... but I'm really excited to grow more informed as a citizen proud of Ohio's potential.
The author focuses on the really important issues facing Ohio today, and is happy to call out the political class for what they are doing - crushing taxpayers with each year that goes by. Their political party doesn't matter, and their words don't matter. The book lays out what they keep doing to us over and over again no matter who is in office.
But, the best part is that its not left as a doom and gloom scenario. Yes, Ohio is messed up, but there is a path to change, and the author outlines ways to get there.
I'm ready to get to work!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very worthy book for anyone who wants to have a better understanding of the fiscal condition of the State of Ohio, very valuable information and very worthwhile read!Published on September 10, 2013 by Greg Norris
Although written with Ohio in mind, stays true to conservative principles of fiscal responsibility through out our Republic, the United States of America. Read morePublished on February 25, 2013 by Kathleen Neiheisel