Sky Child

The danger of teaching young children moral and religious concepts is explored in the first of the ten essays in Sky Child. Other pieces look at how to reform welfare, how to change your life with metaphors, three definitions of poverty, the price of money, the non-duty of civil disobedience, why America is not a Christian nation, how to tax fairly, and why the author has no respect for the law. More

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About Steve Gillman

I write on a wide variety of subjects and I try to approach each with an eye to what others have missed. My book "101 Weird Ways to Make Money" (Wiley and Sons 2011) is my best seller so far. I like money as a subject, but I'm more passionate when writing about important social and political matters. I think Social Security should be replaced with something else, religion is dangerous, marriage should be eliminated as a legal institution, and flags are worth less than rags. I do not respect authority in any form, because I respect people and their rights as individuals. I think obedience to law is a matter of convenience, not a duty. Might never makes right, even when it is the might of the majority.

I am sometimes wrong, and I think we should beware of anyone who cannot say the same. We should all change our minds as new information and knowledge become available. So I may change what I have to say on a subject from one book to the next. If that annoys some readers all I can say is look for a guru elsewhere--I only intend to suggest new and useful ideas and to encourage readers to do their own thinking.

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