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  • Oliver DeMille draws from intensive study of the Founding generation to identify five defining ideals of Americanism. Presented before a live audience. Run Time: Approximately 1 hour
  • This presentation by Oliver DeMille is a live recording of a workshop delivered at the 2009 TJEd Forum in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Run time: Approximately 53 minutes
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    12 Natural Laws of Freedom, Progress and Success
    Natural Law and the Proper Role of Government... I know, I know. You’ve been meaning to get around to fixing America. Or Canada, or whatever great nation you call home. In the meantime, we’ve all been waiting for the politicians to fix things. Waiting... Waiting... Still waiting... Waiting’s not working. The real solution to our society’s decline is surprising, and only the regular people can really make it happen. Few of our political leaders or anyone else knows what is needed. The answer? Our society is breaking twelve natural laws, and until we change this, the decline will continue— no matter what else happens. On the other hand, when we know and live these twelve laws, we will create a new era of freedom, prosperity, and widespread success. This is real. It’s what Thomas Paine called “common sense.” It’s time to make it happen, and we, the regular people, have all the power over these twelve laws. Now is the time to take action! But first we need to know the twelve laws.
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    The Socialism Myth ebook

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    by Oliver DeMille

    Socialism is built on a lie. It is based on several of them, in fact. Proponents of socialism in all its variations generally promise that adopting their policies will decrease the number of people suffering and living in poverty. In reality, it always does the opposite—increasing the numbers of people stuck in poverty. Proponents of socialism typically promise that implementing their policies will increase equality in society. In the long term, the policies of socialism always do the opposite. The more socialism is implemented, the more inequality ravages a society. Promoters of socialism routinely promise to make life easier and better for the masses, but in the real world socialism always does the opposite—making life more difficult for almost everyone. When confronted with these realities, supporters of socialism argue that these failing attempts occurred because the people leading past socialist projects “didn’t do it correctly.” And then they promise: “This time will be different.” But it never is. Others insist that while it has historically failed in practice, socialism is good in theory. But in truth, the theory of socialism is flawed.

    In this new e-book, Oliver DeMille deconstructs the history, doctrine and mythology of socialism and - in his characteristic style - gives us the tools to analyze, discuss and combat it effectively.

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