The Principled Conservative in 21st Century America

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Coming at the time of considerable debate in American society over the proper role of government and the best path to peace and prosperity, The Principled Conservative in 21st Century America lays out a consistent and coherent vision for public policy on critical issues.

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 50% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
Published by Elderberry Press, Inc.
Words: 39,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458045553
About C. Scott Litch

C. Scott Litch is the chief operating officer and general counsel for a non-profit association. He is a licensed attorney, Certified Association Executive, and also holds a masters degree in public policy.

Scott resides in Northbrook, Illinois with his wife, two children, and one undersized rescue Weimaraner.

When not pontificating on political issues, Scott plays in a men’s senior baseball league. While not the world’s most interesting man, he arguably ranks in the top 10,000.

Also by This Publisher

Reviews

Review by: Roger R. Fernandez on Nov. 30, 2010 :
In his book “The Principled Conservative in the 21st Century America”, Litch displays an array of solid conservative principles to analyze the important issues our country faces today: from Military Might and Foreign Affairs, to Tax Policy (flatter is the better), to Health Care, to Human Sexuality and Public Policy and many others. He rightly decries the nefarious effects that leftists, socialists, progressives (liberals) and jihadists are presently inflicting on this nation to destroy our traditional American way of life. He also maintains, rightly I think, that conservative principles and ideals “a la Reagan” provide the proper medicine to our societal malaise. Very illuminating and informative read!
(review of free book)

Review by: Dick Reynolds on Nov. 16, 2010 :
Found this a fast, easy read and agreed with most of it. Litch lays it all out there: everything a principled American should believe---I'd say whether Conservative or not, but that's just my opinion.
(review of free book)

Report this book