In the life cycle of a company an entrepreneur creates a business and workers make it strong - as the Founding Fathers and generations of Americans to follow did in our nation's history. But often, future managers lose sight of what made the business strong in the first place, instead relying on past glory for continued success. This life cycle also applies in politics. In America, our political management has failed us. It's time to clean house. In "Hostile Takeover", best-selling author and Tea Party organizer Matt Kibbe lays out a plan for breaking down the centralized bureaucracy that is hamstringing the American economy and eroding Americans' freedom. "Hostile Takeover" maps out how citizen activists can and will check the federal behemoth and restore the decentralized system of government the Founders intended. While the trend for generations is for the government to grow, this decentralized political movement will add the political pressure to actually begin to roll the size and scope for government back to its constitutional limits.