Topic: Government Ruins Nearly Everything- Reclaiming Social Issues From Uncivil Servants
25 years in Banking
8 years in Politics including: Campaigns, Consulting, Talk Radio
Started media company, I Am Created Equal in 2012
Government Ruins Nearly Everything- Reclaiming Social Issues From Uncivil Servants
March 28, 2016 Colorado Springs, CO – Laura Carno, political strategist and founder of I Am Created Equal, announced today the launch of her new book, Government Ruins Nearly Everything . Since its launch on March 25th, Government Ruins Nearly Everything has become the #1 Amazon best seller in its category.
“My book has a message for both sides of the aisle. Each side has its policy areas where it wants government to control how Americans live their lives,” said Carno. “But what they are both missing is that the government is not set up to actually fix what’s wrong with America. Only we can do that.”
An excerpt from the back cover:
What government touches, it breaks.
So why do we ask it to solve our most pressing and personal issues: abortion, schools, guns and marriage? Has its failures with VA hospitals, the war on drugs, farm subsidies, the IRS, NSA leaks, and the war on poverty given us any reason to trust them?
Yet we still do. Over and over. Because we think there’s no alternative.
But there is. Government Ruins Nearly Everything helps you remember who’s the boss and who’s the public servant, and gives you tools to reclaim what was yours all along. You’ll learn:
- Why private citizens are best suited to solve the “fireworks” issues
- How to keep the government from ruining our lives even more
- What you can do, step-by-step, to reclaim ownership of the things that matter most
When government gets the relationship with its citizens upside down—when it parcels out our rights in tiny portions, one freedom at a time—what can you do?
The same as every American: reset the balance, one free citizen at a time.
The book is available on Amazon.com.
Laura Carno Bio:
Laura Carno is a Colorado citizen who understands that politicians are not kings, endowed with some birthright to parcel out our freedoms in tiny doses as they see fit. She knows it’s not the job of hired civil servants to tell us what size soda to drink, which light bulbs to buy, or what kind of insurance our family needs.
She believes instead that we’re all adults who don’t need to be told how to live, but who instead need to stand their ground when government gets the relationship with its citizens upside down. When elected officials forget whose money they are spending and whose rights they are eroding, when they forget who’s the boss and who’s the public servant—then it’s up to citizens to speak out and reset the balance.
Find her speaking out against the “Mother, May I?” culture, one issue at a time, at www.lauracarno.com and @LauraCarno.