Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Brian Tracy: No such thing as a free lunch

In his 38th book, Something for Nothing: The All-Consuming Desire that Turns the American Dream into a Social Nightmare, Tracy describes how mankind's inborn nature to be "lazy, greedy, ambitious, selfish, vain, ignorant and impatient" without regard to others, has plunged our nation into crisis.

Tracy meticulously shows that one of the greatest threats to families, individual achievement and strong character development is big government fueled by insatiable appetites for power and money. He passionately describes the undeniable impact that public policy has in either supporting or hindering the development of an environment that allows individuals, families and societies to thrive.

This is the road the New Deal steared us down and it is a road we need to get off of if we want America to stay strong in today's and tomorrow's world. Things are changing and we need to change with them or else India, China and Eastern Europe will become the worlds Super Powers.

posted by David at 9:24 AM :: Permalink ::

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