Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Scott Rasmussen's most recent book, "The People's Money," which made the New York Times bestseller list in 2011, is a call to arms for voters to be heard and an ultimatum for a grossly out-of-touch American political system. It's one of the most informed, provocative and yet hopeful books on the economic state of the union yet written, and now it's available in paperback.
Mark Meckler, president of Citizens for Self Governance and co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots, declares, "Rasmussen's latest work is his best." The influential political website RedState calls "The People's Money" "a really fascinating read."
"The People's Money" which reached #1 on Amazon's list of best-selling political books offers a comprehensive review of budget history with accompany documents and public opinion data. It shows that voters are far more willing than their politicians to make the hard choices needed to reduce federal spending. The book demonstrates how the American people are the solution to budget issues and shows specific proposals supported by a majority of voters that would balance the budget, completely eliminate the federal debt and prepare the nation for the rest of the 21st century.
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