A Civil Dissolution, written in 2017, is undergoing a complete overhaul to update the text and cover to reflect contemporary times. The new book should be ready by September of 2023. We are currently in the final stages of publishing George Mason’s America, which should be available in May of 2023. Laurie Thomas Vass
We publish our articles about national divorce and civil dissolution at Substack www.civildissolution.substack.com
We publish our blog about national divorce and civil dissolution at www.civildissolution.com We publish our scholarly articles at Social Science Research Network. View my research on my SSRN Author page: https://ssrn.com/author=831853
Reclaiming the American Democratic Impulse: New Revised edition March 2023
Working class and middle class American citizens know that something has gone terribly wrong in the American society. They know that the U. S. government is not working on their behalf. Citizens have many unanswered questions about what is wrong, and not very clear ideas on how to fix the problems. Citizens want to know: Why and how did 5 million people enter our country illegally? How did prized natural gas that had granted America’s wishes of energy self-sufficiency, reduced pollution, and inexpensive electricity become almost overnight a pariah fuel whose extraction was a war against nature? Which lawmakers, which laws, which votes of the people declared natural gas development and pipelines near criminal? Since when did Americans create a government Ministry of Truth? When did we assume the FBI had the right to subvert the campaign of a candidate it disliked? When did the nation abruptly decide that theft is not a crime, assault not a felony? The root of the problems is that the centralized power of the Federal government became unthethered from the democratic consent of the governed. The agencies of government, and the agents of government, have become an independent power on their own, and citizens
Updated November 8, 2022: Preface to: George Mason’s America: The State Sovereignty Alternative to Madison’s Centralized Ruling Class Aristocracy
Preface: Our book is about Mason’s vision of America as an alternative to Madison’s constitutional design. The difference between the two visions is the difference between a decentralized state sovereignty framework, which would have promoted the economic interests of common citizens, and Madison’s centralized ruling class aristocracy, which permanently elevated the financial interests of wealthy American citizens over the interests of common citizens. Mason objected to Madison’s consolidated all powerful central government, and insisted that Madison’s constitution violated the spirit of liberty of the Revolution.
Updating Schumpeter’s Gales of Creative Destruction:
Exploiting the Vulnerability of New World Order Corporate Globalism With Regional Blockchain Entrepreneurial Economic Growth. A well organized, and well financed global political movement is attempting to replace the American state sovereignty model of government with a one-world government, called the “New World Order.” Printed version available at Barnes & Noble $21.99 Ebook available at at Barnes & Noble $5.99
America’s Final Revolution: Reconstructing Jefferson’s American Dream of An Entrepreneurial Capitalist Society.
Natural rights conservatives know that something has gone terribly wrong in America. What started out as a nation full of potential and opportunity for individuals to achieve economic prosperity has turned into a nightmare of a centralized Marxist tyranny.
After the Collapse of America: The Democratic Republic of America
Printed version available at Barnes & Noble $21.99 eBook available at Barnes & Noble $5.50. The citizens of America are irrevocably split between Democratic socialists, who desire a global socialist nation, and natural rights conservatives, who want nothing to do with socialism. There are no shared cultural values that bind the citizens into a common national mission.
Equal Rights For All. Special Privileges for None.
Printed version available at Barnes & Noble $21.99 eBook available at Barnes & Noble $5.50. The phrase “Equal Rights For All. Special Privileges For None,” originated in the late 1820s and captured the essence of political reforms desired by the supporters of Andrew Jackson.
The Restoration of the American Natural Rights Republic
Since 2008, callers into the Rush Limbaugh radio program have been expressing a common despair about why the Republicans did not fight to protect individual freedoms from the socialist transformation of America, when the moment of battle with global socialist tyranny arrived.
Accredited Investor Crowdfunding
Printed version available at Barnes & Noble $21.99 eBook available at Barnes & Noble $5.50 The purpose of this book is to describe how an established technology company or commercial real estate partnerships can use CrowdFunding to raise capital from accredited investors. The book is targeted to commercial real estate developers, and small private technology companies, usually with less than 10 employees, and with more than 3 years of operational experience.
The American Millennial Attraction to Socialism
Printed version available at Barnes & Noble $22.00. eBook available at Barnes & Noble $5.50. The American Millennial Attraction to Socialism: Comparing the Economies of Chinese Communism, Crony Corporate Capitalism, European Crony Socialism, and the American Free Enterprise Innovation Economy Millennials are attracted to socialism because they believe that the socialist economic systems are more fair than their concept of American capitalism, which is the crony corporate capitalist version of capitalism.
The Theory of Technology Evolution
Printed version available at Barnes & Noble $21.99. eBook available from Barnes& Noble $5.50. The theory described in this book uses the metaphor of Darwin’s evolutionary theory to explain how product technology evolves. The underlying fundamental human behavior being investigated in technology evolution is how the human brain processes information in the presence of a novel event. Predicting the direction of technology depends on predicting what humans are going to do when they first see a new, radical product.
The Natural Rights Conservatism of Rush Limbaugh: View our video of the book below.
We wrote this book as a tribute to Rush Limbaugh, upon his death. We placed his comments and philosophy into the natural rights ideology of John Locke and Thomas Jefferson. We explain how Limbaugh’s ideas on the clash between conservatives and liberals is irreconcilable. We conclude that it is “Time to Panic,” in order to save the ideology of individual liberty from the relentless assault of Democrat Marxists. eBook Available at Barnes & Noble $5.50