Sunday, November 5, 2017

On Tour: Constitutional Renaissance by Richard Monts

Title: Constitutional Renaissance
Author: Richard Monts
Publisher: XLibrisUS
Genre: Political Science/Government
Format: Ebook
Have you had enough? When will the United States government stop growing? All constitutionally enumerated activities should have been in place long ago. There should be no more expansion in scope, yet there is. What we have now is an overbearing out-of-control central government—expanding far beyond constitutional limits—imposing on member states’ sovereignty. The result is a reduction in competition among states, a stifling business environment, and citizens and businesses suffering under complex taxation and regulations. On top of that, a litigious environment depresses economic activity further. There is an alternative! This book presents one that is very business friendly, establishes competition among the states, and provides a positive environment for the individual to strive for their potential while honoring the genius of the Constitution.
Mr. Monts has been concerned about continued expansion of the United States government since the Kennedy administration. He deferred to others, constitutional and legal experts galore, for the correct interpretation of the Constitution. He assumed they were right. During the Affordable Care Act discussions, he had heard enough. He determined to answer two questions to his own satisfaction. First, what is the role of the United States government? Second, what is the best environment for the individual to realize their own potential? After reading the Constitution and other contemporary writings, using his own common sense, putting intellectual integrity and honesty before ideology, ignoring case law, using correct meanings of critical words, he had his answers. The results are in this book.

Monday, December 18
Guest blogging at Harmonious Publicity

Tuesday, December 19
Interviewed at Mythical Books

Thursday, December 21
Book reviewed at Write and Take Flight

Friday, December 22
Guest blogging at The Revolving Bookshelf

Monday, December 25
Interviewed at T's Stuff

Tuesday, December 26
Guest blogging at The Literary Nook

Wednesday, December 27
Interviewed at Voodoo Princess

Friday, December 29
Guest blogging at From Paperback to Leatherbound

Monday, January 1
Book reviewed at Review From Here

Tuesday, January 2
Guest blogging at The Hype and the Hoopla

Wednesday, January 3
Interviewed at A Book Lover

Friday, January 5
Guest blogging at My Bookish Pleasures

Tuesday, January 9
Book reviewed at Lover of Literature

Wednesday, January 10
Guest blogging at A Title Wave

Thursday, January 11
Interviewed at The Dark Phantom

Friday, January 12
Book reviewed at I'm Shelf-ish

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