In qCommoner Senseq, author Patrick J. Fornari, a no-nonsense average American working person, examines the United Statesa unique past, present, and possible future. Built on more than a decade of research condensed into an overview of the working personas role in America, Fornarias perspective lends credibility, importance, and a clear voice to the diminishing role of the American voter and worker in American politics. Commoner Sense addresses a variety of topics including slavery and racism, religious freedom, liberal utopian sensibility, American exceptionalism, the IRS, the economy, and Obamacare. It presents the ideas of our founding fathers, shows how those ideas are playing out in todayas America, looks toward the future, and encourages each American to regain control of the countryas destiny, which has been hijacked by an elite ruling class. Fornarias aeverymana life experience represents the much-neglected commonsense view of the government and country by Americaas working class. He details how alife, liberty, and the pursuit of happinessa isnat just for the history books anymore; itas for the present and the future.how fast the big-government concrete truck is able to cross the road at any given time . Should we, as individuals, go so slowly, so safely, down our American road , always ceding the right of way to the concrete truck, careful to not inhibit or restrict its movement in any ... After all, the reason that goods and services are so expensive in your average taxpayer life is because of regressive intrusion, because ofanbsp;...
|Author||:||Patrick J. Fornari|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2014-03-06|