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Selfishly reframe politics without violating others’ rights.

Do you ever think, “The government should be making life better for me and my family, but it does not”?

  • Government official are corrupt, and they waste money.
  • Promised government programs do not work and instead of admitting failure our politicians sell new expensive and ineffective reforms.
  • Government’s meddling regulations get in the way of you solving your own problems.

In frustration, do you feel like there is nothing that you can do to fix these problems?

Selfish Citizenship demonstrates how you can analyze political issues in a way that positively promotes a government that protects your rights without the corruption, waste, fraud, and abuse committed by government today.

Through an informative analysis of history, current events, and political ideas, learn something new, renew something you already know, and consider how these ideas apply to improving your life.

If virtue and knowledge are diffused among the people, they will never be enslaved. This will be their great security. — Samuel Adams, American Patriot and Signer of the Declaration of Independence

With ideas about citizenship that are relevant around the world, Selfish Citizenship is gaining readers around the world.  WordPress reports that the site has been selfishly engaging in every country in the world except 14: Iran, North Korea, South Sudan, Cuba, Central African Republic, Turkmenistan, Kosovo, Guinea-Bissau, Kiribati, Liechtenstein, Palau, Tuvalu, Nauru, and Vatican City.

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2 Responses to About

  1. I can’t find any other way to communicate this. Your Facebook “About” page says, in part: “… from an apologetically selfish perspective …”

    Did you mean UNapologetically?

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