Freedom Works Matt Kibbe’s new book Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff Coming April 2014

Don't Hurt People Take Their Stuff Matt Kibbe Glenn Beck BookDon’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff is the new book coming from Freedom Works, Matt Kibbe in April. Kibbe is the President of the largest Tea Party political organization, Freedom Works, and is a staunch Libertarian. Today Glenn Beck mentioned the book and what it contains and it isn’t much different than what the title suggests. The America of 2014 is one where more and more people are breaking one of the most simple rules of life, “Thou Shalt Not Covet.” People are willing to get a head in life at the expense of others. And people think it’s OK to hid behind the anonymity of the internet and insult others. Or that an agenda trumps the large groups of people. America is being redistributed and too many people are OK with that, and it’s sad.

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From the New York Times bestselling author of Hostile Takeover and President of FreedomWorks—”the most influential Tea Party-aligned group in Washington” (New York Times)—comes this passionate defense of libertarianism, the first manifesto of the libertarian movement.

Libertarianism is one of the hottest political movements in contemporary America, animating both the right and left with its emphasis on personal liberty. Espoused everywhere from young activists on college campuses to the up-and-coming stars of the right wing like Marco Rubio and Rand Paul, libertarian ideology is gripping frustrated conservatives and political contrarians across the nation. In addition, figures on the right, including Ron Paul, Glenn Beck, and the Tea Party, have all rallied around the libertarian mantra and raised its profile in the national consciousness.

Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff is a rational yet deeply felt argument supporting the individual against the oppression of the collective. Time and time again, Matt Kibbe points out, the political and corporate establishment in Washington consolidates its power by infringing upon basic American freedoms—destroying the principles that made the United States unique in history. He also offers a clear vision and action plan for the fight to be free. (