Buck Wild: How Republicans Broke the Bank and Became the Party of Big Government

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Buck Wild offers a scathing critique of the Republican Party and explains how its abandonment of limited government principles jeopardize the future of the Grand Old Party and the nation.

Through gripping narrative and trenchant analysis, Stephen Slivinski tells the surprising story of the GOP’s unfortunate transformation, revealing how and why Republicans have:

  • become the biggest spenders in Washington since Lyndon Johnson.
  • abandoned the keystone principles that catapulted them to power in the first place.
  • betrayed taxpayers and fiscal conservatives.
  • planted the seeds of their own undoing in the coming elections.

Buck Wild tells the story of how the Republican Party lost its head and also explores urgent questions about the fate of limited government, including whether conservatives within the GOP can save the party from itself before it’s too late.

A fight for the heart and soul of the Republican Party is brewing. Buck Wild explains how the GOP reached the breaking point and what it means for the future of the party and American government.