Why Does Government Need to be Funded?

Why Does Government Need to be Funded?

In America Today, It Doesn't

Non-Fiction - Gov/Politics
157 Pages
Reviewed on 04/25/2017
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Reviewed by Benjamin Ookami for Readers' Favorite

Why Does Government Need To Be Funded? In America Today, It Doesn't by Amphidromus is an interesting little piece of knowledge to consume for the mind that occasionally ponders about better structures for society. I cannot imagine anyone who has never asked that question of why a government needs to be funded at all. The name Amphidromus belongs to an individual who I think has quite a fascinating mind. There is an astounding truth to be discovered here that could result in America being home to an employer running a more effective business and an employee working many years while being truly motivated. The American government takes away more than they need. To push readers toward a place of understanding and consideration, the author first utilizes the surprising strategy of teaching them a few things about cosmology.

The origins of the universe, how humans came to be, and even an examination of that divine force that we've come to call God help readers to have a better understanding of money when it comes to government. I must write that Amphidromus makes cosmology sound interesting to the point that I wanted to dive more and more into the subject, but we must remember that the author wants to present a model that can lead to financial equilibrium for "we the people." Furthermore, the author writes with a massive vocabulary and a good sense of humor at his disposal. If anything, Amphidromus' work is certainly an effervescent topic for debate. If the world of the American reader will change as a result of it ... well, we'll just have to see.

Samantha Dewitt (Rivera)

Money has been taken to be a necessary aspect of keeping the government running for so long that it is nearly impossible to think of money and government without immediately thinking of taxes. But what if there were no more requirement for that? Knowing just how to create a world that explores the possibilities of helping each and every member of the society is the key. Understanding money as an abstract entity and something that can be separated entirely from wealth may seem strange, but in Why Does Government Need to Be Funded?, it’s something that becomes more understandable. The idea of creating a perfect system where money is exactly what and where it needs to be is a great one and it’s something that every government has tried to do, but it’s a complex idea.

This book seeks to explain just how it can be possible and what needs to be done in order to create a system where not only does everyone have what they need, but the government no longer needs taxes or much of any direct income in order to get it there. That’s definitely a world of possibilities. In Why Does Government Need to Be Funded? by Amphidromus, you’ll definitely find out about a completely new idea for our government and for everything in it. It’s a very thought provoking book and one that will require you to consider things you may never have thought of before in order to truly understand not only the possibilities it presents, but just why they will create what we’ve all wanted.

Sefina Hawke

Why Does Government Need to be Funded? (In America Today, It Doesn't) by Amphidromus is a non-fiction book based on the thesis that government does not in fact needed to be funded and that high cost taxes can be eliminated; Amphidromus uses an omniscient point of view to share this thesis. This is a book that would appeal most to adults who enjoy broadening their minds with new ideas and approaches to government. The book shares many different theories and ideas that would serve to either get rid of or reduce government funding from citizens. In making, this point Amphidromus also explores the concept of money, individual liberty, and social justice.

Why Does Government Need to be Funded? (In America Today, It Doesn't) by Amphidromus is a unique book that did not waste time with unnecessary information; instead the book was presented in a concise and well-researched manner. Each theory, idea, and topic was backed up by evidence or research, which served to prove the feasibility of it. I personally like the fact that Amphidromus’s arguments were so well thought out as I was not left with any questions upon finishing the book. I found the writing style similar to what I have read in academic journals and I feel like this writing style only served to make the book that much better. While the book was written in an academic manner, it was still easy to understand and lacked any unexplained jargon. There were a few spots that I found to be dry, but overall the book kept me interested.


Divine Zape

A book written by an anonymous author, but which has great depth and which is powerfully articulated, features the never-before asked question for a title: Why Does Government Need to be Funded? But the author doesn’t wait to get into the book to offer an answer: In America Today, It Doesn't is the sub-title of this mind-boggling, captivating read that explores the core significance of money. Divided into eight chapters, this book explores topics that can bring innovation into the political, economic, and social life of everyone, a blueprint for monetary and financial reform that is designed to enhance the values of freedom, peace, and justice.

In very powerful and compelling prose, the author offers financial insights, redefines the value of money and re-situates the place it has in the economy of human civilization. The author articulates brilliantly on a variety of topics, including the politics of reality, the place money occupies in the ontological structure of a person, and many others. The author contends that “the financial viability of our federal government is of central relevance, yet no one anywhere steps way back, so as to see the matter in its holistic sense, and asks this starkly seminal question.”

But this is an enterprise the author has fulfilled with unwonted intelligence, mastery of the subject matter, and stunning clarity. The simplicity and clarity that drive the author’s thoughts, the confidence that comes across through accessible and enticing prose are powerful proof that the author has thoroughly done his homework and is comfortable with the subject matter. Whoever goes by the pen name Amphidromus is enlightened and has successfully uncovered principles that can set the world free from ideology, tyranny, complacency, and the numerous ills that plague our society. Why Does Government Need to be Funded? You’ll be interested to know what this author thinks; it is revolutionary!

Ruffina Oserio

A very unusual question for a book title by an author who doesn’t reveal his name is a curious thing for any reader and when that book is an interesting and entertaining read, it becomes a rare conundrum. Why Does Government Need to be Funded? That is the question, and as the author rightly says, no one has carefully considered this question in the past, and when it is asked, it certainly is done in circles where budgets are debated. Amphidromus, a name that should go down in history as one associated with the renaissance of our age, considers this question from a perspective that is novel and that relates to the very core of our existence, because this author looks at money from a holistic perspective, no longer as source of power for the select few, but as a liberating factor for everyone, especially those who understand its ontological implications.

This book will help readers understand how the abuse of money has been at the heart of some of the serious political and moral problems that plague contemporary society. Throughout the text, different sections focus on different aspects of money, but the author doesn’t just limit himself to describing the uses of money - he takes readers to the very beginning of the concept of money. He states: “The importance of correctly understanding the concept of money cannot be overstated; it is decisive. It is insufficient to describe what money does; we must drill down to where the concept of money lives at the ontological level.” It is in this light that he unveils stunning facts and creates an awareness that will undoubtedly enhance man’s quest for freedom, peace, and conviviality. You can’t read this book without changing the way you look at money. Why Does Government Need to be Funded? by Amphidromus is a spellbinding, groundbreaking book that can change the way we live by changing our attitudes towards money. Everyone needs to read this book.