Jonathan W Emord

Jonathan Emord is a constitutional lawyer whose many legal victories over the federal government have exposed the true nature of bureaucracy’s unchecked, unprincipled, and unconstitutional expansion. He is a man who has devoted his life to reversing the tide that draws us closer to the abyss of medical tyranny (and, by extension, totalitarianism) and to winning back our health freedom and all the other freedoms that constitute individual liberty. ~ Will Block

The Rise of Tyranny brilliantly explains how we arrived at the sordid state where our Constitution is in exile, and how we are all increasingly held hostage to the behemoth of a multi-headed bureaucracy that threatens not only our well-being but also our survival.

Excerpt from the book:
“We can perceive abuses whenever agency actions sacrifice fundamental rights to life, liberty, and property to yield outcomes favorable to a preferred regulatee. At FDA, the agency’s Commissioner has repeatedly approved drugs that the agency’s own medical reviewers have deemed too unsafe to enter the market, thus favoring the pharmaceutical company proponent of the drug over the American public. The results have been catastrophic, leading to tens of thousands of deaths and injuries. Likewise, FDA maintains a pervasive censorship over therapeutic claims for foods and dietary supplements to ensure
that the drug industry enjoys a federally enforced monopoly on the right to communicate treatment information.

At DEA, the agency’s Administrato has driven out of existence some 50 independent supplies of cough and cold remedies, resulting in the loss of thousands of jobs, actions that financially benefit drug company suppliers to traditional pharmacies.

At CMS, the agency has permitted its contract carriers to audit and demand reimbursement of Medicare funds from practitioners who supply non-Medicare covered services, do not bill Medicare for those services, and are nonetheless denied Medicare reimbursement for the services Medicare does cover – all on the basis that the practitioners have provided non-Medicare covered and non-billed services that Medicare disfavors”.

Paperback: 148 pages
Publisher: Sentinel Press
Size: 9″x 6″