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Learn the most effective ways of getting things done in Washington DC--How to become an effective lobbyist and what pitfalls to avoid; How to introduce legislation and litigate to enforce it once enacted; How a one man publicity campaign created a government agency; How a senator convicted of failing to report gifts caused a recession; How corruption cost a chief judge his Learn the most effective ways of getting things done in Washington DC--How to become an effective lobbyist and what pitfalls to avoid; How to introduce legislation and litigate to enforce it once enacted; How a one man publicity campaign created a government agency; How a senator convicted of failing to report gifts caused a recession; How corruption cost a chief judge his Supreme Court nomination, then elevated his subordinate to sit on our nation's highest court. Learn the true origin of the Tea Party and Log Cabin Movements and how corruption in the trucking industry is costing American jobs! When truckers shut down the country on the 200th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party in 1973, I said, “When I grow up I want to be a trucker!” I earned the nickname “Mister Dictator” when I took over my high school band. I was the only kid to be given my own office. Having written this memoir about how I became our nation’s most influential grass roots lobbyist, I can now share the most effective ways of getting things done in Washington DC and set the record straight about how I helped Ron Paul start the Tea Party Movement. Part One describes the corruption that led to Merrick Garland's failed Supreme Court nomination and Brett Kavanugh's successful Supreme Court appointment. Part Two describes the history of the Tea Party and how it differs from mainstream Republicanism. Part Three describes the origins of the log Cabin Movement and its relationship with the Tea Party Movement. Part Four describes how I used effective public relations methods to create the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Part Five describes how Congress really works and what it takes to be an effective lobbyist. Part Six describes the type of litigation needed to enforce statutes once you get them enacted. Part Seven describes the type of lobbying needed to combat corruption in the courts. Regardless of what social issue you wish to promote, this book describes what you need to know to master the three step process of effective lobbying--getting legislation introduced, getting bills passed, and then litigating to enforce them. It also describes pitfalls to avoid that cost the jobs of one of my congressmen, several top newsmen, and even our nation's top comedienne. The book also describes the history of corruption in the trucking industry that has profoundly affected the retail, auto, and oil industries.


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Learn the most effective ways of getting things done in Washington DC--How to become an effective lobbyist and what pitfalls to avoid; How to introduce legislation and litigate to enforce it once enacted; How a one man publicity campaign created a government agency; How a senator convicted of failing to report gifts caused a recession; How corruption cost a chief judge his Learn the most effective ways of getting things done in Washington DC--How to become an effective lobbyist and what pitfalls to avoid; How to introduce legislation and litigate to enforce it once enacted; How a one man publicity campaign created a government agency; How a senator convicted of failing to report gifts caused a recession; How corruption cost a chief judge his Supreme Court nomination, then elevated his subordinate to sit on our nation's highest court. Learn the true origin of the Tea Party and Log Cabin Movements and how corruption in the trucking industry is costing American jobs! When truckers shut down the country on the 200th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party in 1973, I said, “When I grow up I want to be a trucker!” I earned the nickname “Mister Dictator” when I took over my high school band. I was the only kid to be given my own office. Having written this memoir about how I became our nation’s most influential grass roots lobbyist, I can now share the most effective ways of getting things done in Washington DC and set the record straight about how I helped Ron Paul start the Tea Party Movement. Part One describes the corruption that led to Merrick Garland's failed Supreme Court nomination and Brett Kavanugh's successful Supreme Court appointment. Part Two describes the history of the Tea Party and how it differs from mainstream Republicanism. Part Three describes the origins of the log Cabin Movement and its relationship with the Tea Party Movement. Part Four describes how I used effective public relations methods to create the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Part Five describes how Congress really works and what it takes to be an effective lobbyist. Part Six describes the type of litigation needed to enforce statutes once you get them enacted. Part Seven describes the type of lobbying needed to combat corruption in the courts. Regardless of what social issue you wish to promote, this book describes what you need to know to master the three step process of effective lobbying--getting legislation introduced, getting bills passed, and then litigating to enforce them. It also describes pitfalls to avoid that cost the jobs of one of my congressmen, several top newsmen, and even our nation's top comedienne. The book also describes the history of corruption in the trucking industry that has profoundly affected the retail, auto, and oil industries.

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