Retired Bondholder Rep, Ray Rowney, Writes New Book, "License to Steal", about United States Legal System

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Ray Rowney believes there is corruption in United States legal system.

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The government has replaced its moral responsibility to the citizens of the United States with the idea of being ‘politically correct’.

Is America’s moral character deteriorating? Ray Rowney, a volunteer court victim, believes that the American government and justice system are headed down a treacherous path.

In his 15 years in the U.S. legal system as a scammed bondholder representative, Rowney has seen an emphasis placed on spin instead of truth and justice. In his new book, “License to Steal”, Rowney writes about how the influence of money has replaced the search for truth and justice in the current U.S. Legal system.

"License to Steal" laments how the U.S. has strayed from the original vision of its founding fathers and become corrupted by human greed. Rowney cites examples of creative interpretations of law being used to steal from the American people.

The book not only details the self-inflicted tribulations of the government, but it also shares simple solutions. Rowney believes that the key problem in the United States is not the structural issues of the economy, but the deterioration of the morals and character values in individual voting Americans.

“Devastating problems arise when we substitute greed and selfishness for God’s pure truth,” Rowney said. “The government has replaced its moral responsibility to the citizens of the United States with the idea of being ‘politically correct’.”

“License to Steal”
By Ray W. Rowney, Jr.
ISBN: 978-1-4771-0527-6
Retail price: $19.99
Available at: Amazon, Xlibris and Barnes and Noble online bookstores

About the Author
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 experiences with a multi-national corporation headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in all facets of accounting. In 1992 he founded a small public charity, Christian Self-Help, Inc. (“CSH”) and has served as its Treasurer ever since. The author believes his volunteer court experiences to be an assignment by God to encourage America to repent.

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