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Sunday, July 12, 2015

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Have we reached a tipping point where more people are relying on the efforts of others rather than their own? Charles J. Sykes, in his book "A Nation of Moochers", reminds us of the many not-so-destitute folks who benefit from government largess or loophole-favours. He calls them moochers; in Australia we call them bludgers.

This book is a rallying cry for those of us who are tired of playing by the rules and paying for those who don't.

To read an excerpt, click here.