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Author believes the current United States legal system encourages corruption.

Is America’s moral character deteriorating? Ray W. Rowney, Jr., a volunteer who became a court victim, believes that the American government and justice system are headed down a treacherous path.

In his 15 years in the US legal system as a scammed bondholder representative, Rowney has seen an emphasis placed on “spin” instead of truth and justice. His book, “License to Steal” describes how the influence of money has replaced the search for truth and justice.

“License to Steal” laments how the US has strayed from the original vision of its Founding Fathers and become corrupted by human greed. Rowney cites examples of creative interpretations of law being used to steal from the American people.

The book not only details the self-inflicted tribulations of the government, but it also shares simple, cost effective solutions. The Author believes that the key problem in the United States is not the structural issues of the economy, but the deterioration of the morals and character values in individual, voting Americans.

“Devastating problems arise when we substitute greed and selfishness for God’s pure truth,” Rowney says. “The government has replaced its moral responsibility to the citizens of the United States, and to the Republic for which we stand, with the idea of being ‘politically correct’ and protecting a bloated bureaucracy.”

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Ray W. Rowney Jr.'s "License to Steal"

The Author cites and describes 8 specific examples of how the unscrupulous can "creatively" manipulate the current US Legal System to protect fraudulent misconduct. He concludes that this protection of the guilty is a direct result of: REPLACING "THE BIBLE" AND THE "CONSTITUTION", AS THE BASIS OF US LAW AND ORDER, WITH EVOLVING HUMAN VALUES.
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Ray W. Rowney Jr.'s "License to Steal"May 30th, 2017 at 12:46pm
Author’s Weekly Thought (week of 5/23/17)

I get so disgusted by radio ads advising, “If you owe more than $10,000, call us.” Rather than encouraging irresponsibility, America should take pride in teaching our young to honor obligations and responsibilities.
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Ray W. Rowney Jr.'s "License to Steal"May 30th, 2017 at 12:46pm
Importance of Money Management

In this day and age of rapidly advancing technologies, with so many pushing buttons on pocket devices for instant responses, one might believe we have a highly complex society.

Actually, I believe it has never been more important to return to the simple basics: cause and effect. Every action has a resultant reaction. In survey after survey, the economy and jobs are always ranked highly. However, sadly I hear very little about the importance of preparing the young to become the productive/responsible workers needed to support a growing economy.

Obviously, one can’t expect to be paid more than his or her input is worth. Whether it be the employer or the employee, both must demonstrate in their actions sound money management. Neither the business nor the worker can long sustain incurring expenses greater than income.

It isn’t heartless but “tough love” to teach the importance of giving one’s all to be the best that he/she can be. As the saying goes, “Teach a man to fish and he can support himself; give a man a fish, and he’ll expect same every day.”
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Ray W. Rowney Jr.'s "License to Steal"May 30th, 2017 at 12:46pm
Author’s Weekly Thought (week of 5/16/17)

It defies all logic and reason that the United States, with its many past successes, now fails to share with our young the values which achieved so much at such great costs. Values and motivations die if not continually advocated and promoted.
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Ray W. Rowney Jr.'s "License to Steal"May 30th, 2017 at 12:46pm
Can We No Longer Reason Together?

I display my age and frustration as I argue with my TV set’s daily presentation of the major news issues. Can we no longer learn from history and rise above political correctness? As Dragnet’s Joe Friday would always say, “Just the facts, Ma’am.”

I am now questioning whether today’s media can even identify the “facts”. Has party politics so clouded minds, that a search for truth and justice is no longer our objective? Is our objective no longer to seek what is best for America and what it once stood for?

While some will say this is nothing new, I fear we are losing sight of Biblical “revelations”. Time doesn’t march on forever, irrespective of God’s ultimate plans.

Since God chose to give us humans a free will as opposed to being his good puppets, I encourage all to choose to honor God now and follow His Commandments in our daily lives, that we might all still hear, “Well done, good and faithful servants”!
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Ray W. Rowney Jr.'s "License to Steal"May 30th, 2017 at 12:46pm
Author’s Weekly Thought (week of 5/9/17)

How sad, and ultimately self-destructive, that so many Americans now are exchanging “unlimited opportunity” for a “right” to receive free medical care with no individual responsibility required. Nothing worthwhile is free!
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