Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds - Foreword and Introduction Summary & Analysis

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Foreword and Introduction Summary and Analysis

"Government Bullies" is a novel by Rand Paul about over zealous government agencies, and the need for those agencies to be reined in. It is a biased book, but one that does introduce a number of concepts that are interesting, and possible to research to discover the truth.

In the Foreword by Ron Paul, Rand's father, Ron discusses many of the topics to be covered in the book. He discusses the abuses of government to the American citizens, and reminds readers that their freedoms are not to be sold for the mere image of safety. He discusses his own district in Texas, showing how his people, too, suffer at the hands of government officials He urges Congress to do something about the EPA and TSA, explaining to readers how he and Rand have both introduced bills to...

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