Joel Hesch, who spent 15 years with the Department of Justice Fraud Section, gives advice from an insider’s perspective on how to collect millions of dollars for reporting fraud against government agencies.
Raymond L. Richman, Howard B. Richman and Jesse T. Richman expose how faulty tax systems and trade deficits are eroding the power of the United States. The authors analyze the crisis, describe a unique remedy and call for a change before it is too late.
Rabbi Daniel Lapin teaches how to create wealth using the practical, time-tested wisdom and guidance of Jewish Scripture and tradition.
F.A. Hayek gives an impassioned warning against the dangers of applying collectivist ideals to economics. This bestseller shows how increasing government control on economics leads to situations equivalent to those of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy.
"Return of the Great Depression" is one of the most important examinations of the causes of the financial collapse of 2008. The book provides vital new insights.
Based on 18 months of reporting, Woodward's 17th book The Price of Politics is an intimate, documented examination of how President Obama and the highest profile Republican and Democratic leaders in the United States Congress attempted to restore the American economy and improve the federal government’s fiscal condition over three and one half years.
Prof. Robert Murphy shatters the economic myths that the liberal media is circulating. Most of what is widely accepted as economic fact is actually a lie, and Murphy sets out to reveal the truth behind these so-called “facts.”
WND Digital Edition - Choice of .mobi or .epub formats. As Dan L. White examines the economic long wave – a boom and bust cycle that happens roughly twice a century in free economies – he uncovers the wisdom of the 50-year Jubilee cycle in the Hebrews' economy.
Monetary expert and executive Craig R. Smith and former think tank futurist Lowell Ponte explain how the Inflatocracy took over our government – and provide seven ways to stop it.
When it comes to our prosperity, our freedom tradition and our constitutional government, President Barack Obama has been the great destroyer – knocking down the free-market economy and principles of limited government that have made America the envy of the world.
“The Great American Bank Robbery” offers the first careful and thorough analysis of public policy's role in the calamity. With stinging clarity, it indicts the real culprits – many of whom have returned to the scene of the crime in Washington.
F.A. Hayek presents an argument for the free-market case. Hayek describes repeated failures in the practical application of socialism, tracing these failures back to the error of the socialist ideology.
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Arthur Laffer, Stephen Moore and Peter J. Tanous give a much-needed warning against the bad policies that will produce a bad economy. Their alarming evidence is a striking case for free-market capitalism.
In this compelling narrative, G. Edward Griffin gives us a closer look at the intrigue and inner workings of the Federal Reserve.
This essay was written in 1962 and this edition includes Rothbard's sweeping introduction from 1991, in which he argues that the true gold standard is more viable than ever.
This companion book to Arnold Grundvig Jr.’s renowned "90-Minute MBA Seminars" offers practical and effective management strategies from the real-life successes (and failures) of thousands of business owners and managers.
Dr. Cleon Skousen proves how and why America is an economic powerhouse. From the principles of the Founding Fathers to the structure of the federal government, Skousen explains the design of the nation that literally made a 5,000-year leap in progress.
The demise of the dollar is looming, and it is poised to die in a flaming, downward spiral. When it hits bottom, the United States will fall into chaos, plunging to a third-world status.
This book is an urgently needed road map to renewed prosperity, and it is vital reading for anyone who worries that the current economy is faltering, with no clear plan articulated for recovery.