The Freedom Agenda by Mike Lee
Why a Balanced Budget Amendment is Necessary to Restore Constitutional Government

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We hear it everyday: government spending is out of control. Yet, despite all the rhetoric coming out of Washington about the need to cut spending, we continue to go deeper and deeper into debt. If we’re serious about restoring America to fiscal health, we must do something about government spending, not just talk about it. So argues U.S. Senator Mike Lee in his new book, The Freedom Agenda. Revealing how the federal government went from a limited constitutional government to the colossal spending machine it is today, The Freedom Agenda clearly explains:
the one Supreme Court case that led to the federal government’s massive overreach
the need for a balanced-budget amendment to repair the government’s broken fiscal policies
the reason returning power to the states should appeal to both conservatives and liberals
the simple steps we can—and must—take to slash federal spending and the federal government’s intrusion into our daily lives

Timely and powerful, The Freedom Agenda shows how to put the federal government back in its proper place, and why a balanced budget amendment is the key to reigning in spending and the federal government’s abuse of power.

About Mike Lee

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Mike Lee is a first-term U.S senator from Utah and sits on the Joint Economic Committee as well as the Foreign Relations Committee. A graduate of Brigham Young University law school in 1997, he served as a law clerk to future Supreme Court Justice Judge Samuel A. Alito, Jr. on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Lee and his wife Sharon live with their three children in Alpine, UT.
Published July 18, 2011 by Regnery Publishing. 233 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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