Don't Hurt People and Don't Take Their Stuff is a rational yet passionate argument that defends the principles upon which America was founded-principles shared by citizens across the political spectrum. The Constitution grants each American the right to self-determination, to be protected from others whose actions are destructive to their lives and property. Yet as Matt Kibbe shows, the political and corporate establishment consolidates its power by infringing upon our independence-from taxes to regulations to spying-ultimately eroding the ideals, codified in law, that have made the United States unique in history.
Kibbe offers a surefire plan for reclaiming our inalienable rights and regaining control of our lives, grounded in six simple rules: don't hurt people, don't take people's stuff, take responsibility, work for it, mind your own business, and fight the power.
|Publisher:||Tantor Media, Inc.|
|Edition description:||Library - Unabridged CD|
|Product dimensions:||6.70(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
John Pruden is a professional voice actor who records audiobooks, corporate and online training narrations, animation and video game characters, and radio and TV commercials. An AudioFile Earphones Award winner, John has a solid creative foundation from which to draw for his intelligent audiobook narrations.
Table of Contents
1 Rules for liberty 1
2 You Can't Have freedom for free 27
3 Them Versus Us 50
4 Gray-suited soviets 74
5 Same as the old boss 99
6 The Right to Know 123
7 A Seat at the Table 151
8 Twelve Steps 170
9 Not a One-night stand 206
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Current events at their most critical timing. A must read if you feel the atmspheric pressure of "The Beltway" crushing your chest, your liberty and your pursuit of happniess.
Good book, makes you think about where we have been and where we could be going. Like most Libertarians, I think his overall view of people's ability to keep control of themselves and take responsibility is overly optimistic.
Good primer for libertarian philosphy. Makes it sound simple.