Assemlywoman Amy Handlin in no sycophant or hanger-on. Nor is she a sucker, fool or wimp.
In her hard hitting ebook published by HarperCollins, Handlin tells of her encounters with Monmouth County and New Jersey “Crony Capitalists”, and gives Tea Party members and other citizen activists and blueprint on how to fight corruption at the lowest levels of government.
The essay includes tales of Hanlin’s career as a Middletown committeewoman, Monmouth County Freeholder, Assemblywoman, as well as references to corrupt practices throughout the nation.
Crony Capitalist in Out Backyards: Who they are, What they do, and How to fight back is a must read for every citizen who wants to actually do something, and not just complain, about the wasteful and corrupt practices in government.
If you’re a regular reader of this site, you’ll recognise some of the characters in Handlin’s essay.Posted: January 2nd, 2012 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Public Corruption, Reform Agenda | Tags: Amy Handlin, Citizen activists, Crony Capitalists, Crony Capitialist in our backyard, ebook, HaperCollins, Tea Party | 5 Comments »