If you listen carefully, virtually every political debate is about control. Whether the debate is in a coffee shop, on the floor in Congress or in the media, it is about control.
Who has control over the money you earn? You, or the government? Who has control over the property you own? You, or the government? Who takes control of your worldly goods when you pass on? Your heirs, or the government? The Government Shepherds herd us and shear us, and swear they are doing it because they love sheep. After you finish this book, you should know better.
The author brings a unique list of life experiences to the subject of government. Before serving in the U.S. Congress, Mike Sodrel logged over a million miles driving semis and motor coaches and he still holds a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). He was a former Staff Sergeant who was later briefed by military generals as a Member of Congress, and a bank messenger who later served on the Board of Directors of a bank.
His first paycheck came from bagging groceries, and he wound up employing hundreds. He is self-educated in history and philosophy, with a writing style that makes complicated issues easy to understand. Citizen Sheep, Government Shepherds is written for the people he worked with in real life.