I Want Your Money

2010, PG, 92 min. Directed by Ray Griggs.

Not reviewed at press time. This documentary sets out to demonstrate how big government and the Washington elite are destroying personal freedom by allocating money earned by individuals to serve ever-bigger bureaucracies and social programs.

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I Want Your Money, Ray Griggs

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