ROBBED discusses health care and estate administration policy. There are stories and solutions to policy that many Americans overlook our lives are transformed though rules, codes, or agendas. It is no surprise that America’s health care bill continues to escalate and consume nearly 20 percent of the Gross Domestic Product or a astonishing $3.2 trillion. Just as important, nearly $18 trillion dollars will pass through America’s probate tribunals over the next decade. Estate Administration is just as big if not a larger business than health care. The salient point is these tribunals are not monitored for fraud, waste, or abuse that runs rampant in this “confidential arena.” The victims of crime have virtually no recourse as they are coerced into signing non-disparagement and non-disclosure contracts, to keep the offenders identity secret. Often, the victims are denied the opportunity to present evidence in these tribunals that allows the perpetrators to divert assets. While a fraction of these crimes make headlines, the industry is protected from a back lash by the public. ROBBED is a must read for every American. The book provides examples, and in no way over generalizes about these timely issues. There are interviews with Dr. Joseph Postell, and the legal authorities granted Athena Roe permission to use their Law Reviews, research materials, and books, Regulatory Chief Neomi Rao, constitutional scholars, Erwin Chemerinsky, Philip Hamburger, Dr. Kevin Dutton, of Oxford University and Dr. Karin Huffer of John Jay Criminal College, Equal Access Advocates, and more . Several chapters present solutions, and review the language of our Founding Fathers. The Bibliography section contains all research articles for further study if readers are inclined to understand the administrative state.
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