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About Clifford Ribner
Clifford N. Ribner holds a J.D. from New York University School of Law and graduated with an A.S. Magna Cum Laude from Cornell University. A former adjunct professor of Law at the University of Tulsa College of Law, Ribner is a member of both the New York Bar, the Oklahoma State Bar and in the Federal Courts, the 10th and 4th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, U.S. Tax Court, and Supreme Court of the United States.
Ribner has over 40 years of experience in complex tax law and litigation, including multiple jury trials and appeals. For over 25 years he has been honored by his peers with the distinguished Martindale–Hubbell AV Preeminent Award. Perhaps his most unique attribute is his profound understanding of history, especially as it relates to the American government, the Constitution, and the founding of this country.
“How could we possibly have gotten to this point, here in this amazing nation, and more importantly, how can we fix all this now and get back to being safe, rich, powerful, and above all, free, with boundless opportunities for everyone?” – Clifford N. Ribner
I’m going to tell you all of the basic information that you need to decide if socialism is what you want. For the first time in American history, and a very long time, there’s actually a candidate running for President who’s a self-proclaimed socialist.
The rigged game exposed: the Emperor has no clothes.
© 2019 Clifford Ribner – January 1, 2019. Have American Politicians Turned Us into a Police State? First, what is a police state? It's a one-party state, whose unelected, citizen-policing bureaucrats have the power to dictate citizens' every action,...
The Trump Presidency so Far: The Counterrevolution Continues, And with a Vengeance, While Americans’ Lives Improve
Now, two years into the Trump presidency, its truly historic nature and its singularly dramatic and illuminating relevance to what you will read in this book could not be more pronounced. So much has changed, yet so much remains the same.
Repeal the Filibuster: How the U.S. Senate has Unconstitutionally Held us Hostage for Over 200 Years.
Check the polls for the last 10 years (at least): no single profession, nor any other group of people in America, is more universally despised than the US Congress and its members (although, thanks largely to their control over reelection variables, their constituents usually reelect almost all of them.) Their “approval” rating as a group is often in the teens and, today, is actually at one of its high-water marks – up to the low 20’s in some polls!
A typical dictionary definition of “nation” is: “a large aggregate of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory…” In other, more precise words, a nation’s most basic, commonly-recognized requirements are a combination of each and all of the following:
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5-Star Reader Reviews
“A brilliant analysis of where we stand today politically and economically. Ribner applies philosophy, theology, sociology with detailed history and law to weave together an irrefutable argument of what went wrong, when and how.”
"Excellent. Well-researched with great insight. Wish that every politician would read this as we really need to implement some of these ideas and get the country back from the brink of a third world welfare state."
“The author comprehensively and thoughtfully explains the development of America's unconstitutional and ineffective administrative state. He also provides a unique, creative solution for dismantling it and restoring a plethora of freedoms taken from our citizens by administrative agencies.”