Unfireable Offenders For over two decades, attorney Philip Howard has endeavored through his nonpartisan organization Common Good to promote a restoration of ”common sense” in government operations by replacing bureaucratic red tape and legal roadblocks with individual accountability. His previous four books, starting with the 1995 bestseller The Death of Common Sense, and notably including one titled Life without Lawyers, have earned acclaim from across the mainstream political spectrum, from George Will to Arthur Schlesinger Jr., to the New York Times. The post Unfireable Offenders appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
Author: David Lewis Schaefer
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