Words matter! Words are the primary way we describe our world. Words persuade and inspire. They can also manipulate thinking. The radical Left corrupts words so people believe something other than their true intent. The simple corruption of two words allows them to paint their movement “green” to cover a “red” socialist core.
The reference to a “Little Red Book” alludes to Chairman Mao’s book of quotations; words proclaiming “truth”, but used to impose political domination. By setting out the actual words of the radical Left, i.e. hatred of capitalism, truth is not relevant and humans must go, The Left’s Little Red Book on Forming a New Green Republic, equips the reader with skills to challenge lies that sound truthful and evaluate solutions that might benefit society.
William L. Kovacs, author of Reform the Kakistocracy: Rule by the Least Able or Least Principled Citizens; contributor to The Libertarian Republic, The Hill and ReformTheKakistocracy.com
Mr. Kovacs has been involved in the nation’s policy-making process for forty years. As a senior vice president at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, he testified before Congress forty times, and participated in several hundred federal rulemakings.
Prior to his Chamber service, he was a chief counsel on Capitol Hill, chairman of a Virginia state environmental Board and partner in Washington, DC law firms.
About William Kovacs
William L. Kovacs has been involved in the nation’s policy-making process for four decades. He held positions as senior vice president, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, chief counsel on Capitol Hill providing legislative counsel on two landmark laws in one Congress, chairman of a state environmental board, and partner in DC law firms. He has testified before Congress thirty-nine times, participated in several hundred federal rule-makings, and delivered major policy presentations in over forty states.
His first book, Reform the Kakistocracy, won the 2021 Independent Press Award in the category of Social/Political change; the 2020 Bronze Award from the Nonfiction Authors’ Association; and has received 5-Stars from Readers Favorite.
Reform the Kakistocracy sets out how the federal government transformed itself from one of limited powers to one of immense power without any constitutional changes. These changes in institutional power fundamentally affect the relationship of citizens to their government. Government is now the master and citizens the servants of government. The book sets out many clear and thought-provoking ideas for reforming government to make it work for citizens.
His second book, The Left’s Little Red Book on Forming a New Green Republic, a parody, structured in quote format, to tell the story of how the radical Left uses concern for the environment to attack capitalism and promote socialism. It paints a vivid picture of life in the Left’s New Green Republic.