Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds Topics for Discussion

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Rand Paul is a well known politician. Do you think his writing is biased, or do you think Rand's book is based entirely on factual information? Why? What does this tell you about books written by politicians, or those with their own agendas?

Rand portrays the EPA as a bullying entity who uses vague definitions to plague American citizens. Based on the stories presented in the book, do you think it is possible the EPA oversteps its bounds? Do you think the term "wetlands" and "navigable waters" should be better defined? Do you believe the EPA should punish based on intent, or breaking the laws and regulations?

What do you think of the Lacey Act, as it is presented in the book? Do you think we, as a nation, should enforce the laws of other countries, even if those countries disagree with our actions...

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