A Sweet Morsel of Libertarianism
I think that most of us can agree government is necessary; but how much is enough? Should the government tax us into poverty; and than give us food stamps and housing subsides? Is there an alterative method for governments to collect revenue? Dose the government run school system discriminate against religion? Does a military draft and other forced participation constitute slavery? These questions and others will be examined in my Liberty series. The first book of the series A Sweet Morsel of Libertarianism is a short overview of libertarianism and offers some solutions.
- Paperback | 24 pages
- 152 x 229 x 1mm | 45g
- 30 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Stephen Aiken
I have been a Libertarian really all of my life. I'm not really sure how that happened because my mother, father, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin, and her husband are Democrats. Then again maybe I'm a Libertarian because all of them are Democrats. I made it official in 1992 and have been a Libertarian every since, with the exception of the two times that Ron Paul ran as a Republican for president; and I registered as a Republican. After he lost the first time Ron suggested that all of his supporters should join the Republican Party and help take it back, and like a dumb-ass I did. And after he lost the second time I left the Republican Party before I became a Republican! I also spend a year as a district representative for the state Libertarian Party of Florida. Thank you for reading my book. Hopefully you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. My next book (the second in the Liberty series) will focus on the destructiveness of state and local taxes on the economy.