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Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2018
My first red flag was in the author's first chapter, when he used significant space to rant against President Obama's use of executive orders to move forward things that his intransigent Congress was unwilling to tackle (take immigration reform, for example). With no mention of the fact that President Bush before him used far more EOs. I then took a look at his list of proposed Amendments to the Constitution. While there are ones I could support, like term limits for federal and Supreme Court justices, his takes on limiting taxes and reverting to state's rights started ringing familiar. So, I looked him up. First, he is president of the Landmark Legal Foundation, which is a conservative think tank which, according to SourceWatch, an "important part of its strategy is filing complaints with government agencies on various issues." Another important strategy is "defunding the Left", it supports school vouchers, and it went after Wisconsin judges who signed on to a recall petition against the State's governor, Scott Walker. And according to Wikipedia, the organization nominated Rush Limbaugh for the Nobel Prize.
That ought to be enough to alert you to the extreme bias of this author. I am sorry I bought this book. Should have done my research beforehand.