MOSHEIM, Tenn. (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Ray W. Rowney, Jr. experiences the departure of truth and justice from the U.S. legal system in his firebrand exposé License to Steal. He methodically chronicles the various legal procedures and policies that can be manipulated to aid and support fraud. He then draws striking comparisons to the current performance of the federal government, wherein spin has also replaced facts and truth. He laments a legal system and federal government that encourage greed in all Americans.
The author analyzes the change in constitutional practice causing the aforementioned corruption. He believes it began soon after the U.S. legal system stopped using “Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Law” as governing source document in 1930, in the Courts, the U.S. Senate, and prestigious law schools to define the law and train persons therein. Blackstone taught that common law evolved from God, whose laws were absolute, and that no human laws were of any validity if contrary to the Holy Scriptures (the Bible).
Rowney issues this defining series of detailed examples of his 13-years in American courts, as a volunteer aggrieved bondholder rep, to tell how the law has been used “creatively” by the unscrupulous to steal without being caught. He describes some legal practitioners as “vultures on a road-kill” in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. Overall, this book convinces its readers of widespread scamming within both the legal system and federal government, and sets forth straight-forward, common sense recommendations that citizens can require in order to return America to the vision of the Founding Fathers.
This book will be featured at the 2013 BookExpo America in New York City on June 4 – 6, 2013.
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About the Author
Born in Youngstown, Ohio, Ray W. Rowney, Jr. graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Business Administration, and later an MBA, majoring in accounting. He enjoyed 23 years of varied business experiences. Upon return to the U.S. in 1983, he elected semi-retirement to share with younger future business persons and promote the importance of Christian values and ethics. Rowney developed a Business curriculum for Tusculum College (northeast Tennessee). He provided small business consulting services until December 1993, when he elected full-time retirement to concentrate on volunteer Christian outreaches.
License to Steal * by Ray W. Rowney, Jr.
Truth and Justice are Inseparable
Publication Date: May 31, 2012
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