The Utopia Series

The Utopia Series addresses fundamental principles necessary to create universal liberty and widespread prosperity by finding win-win solutions that empower the people with both choices and control over how resources are spent in the areas of education, medical care, and entitlements.

A New Political Covenant

Prosperity

The Plan

Coercion

The Family

Reprogramming Government

A New Political Covenant is the first in the Utopia Series of books that address fundamental principles necessary to create universal liberty and widespread prosperity by finding win-win solutions that empower the people both with choices and control over how resources are spent in the areas of education, medical care, and entitlements.
Senator Thayn methodically lays out sensible ideas that will create a peaceful and economically sound society. He tells how we can move our country from coercion to cooperation. What is important is that as a free people we have not only the opportunity to accomplish it, but the responsibility to seek the manner to maintain freedom for future generations.

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  • Print Length: 88 pages
  • SIPP: US107151-1020039
  • Publisher: Little Moments Books (October 1, 2015)
  • Sold by: SAbER Mountain, Inc.
  • Language: English

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Prosperity, the second in he Utopia Series of books, addresses fundamental principles necessary to create abundance by discovering the cause of poverty and what can be done to eliminate it. Each person has a moral responsibility to produce more than they consume. Each person should build rather than destroy. Each person should leave the world better for having been alive.
Transferring power to people, win-win solutions in politics and increasing the productive capacity of the poor will transform the cultural / political landscape much like a revolution would do. However, it is a peaceful revolutionary process because it is done with
the expressed consent of the people.

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  • Print Length: 92 pages
  • SIPP: US107151-1020046
  • Publisher: Little Moments Books (November 1, 2015)
  • Sold by: SAbER Mountain, Inc.
  • Language: English

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The Plan, the third in the Utopia Series of books, presents an actual plan to reduce the medical costs for the State and provides a
blueprint of how to save millions of dollars, and do it in a manner that would self-fund the program without the need to take federal money.
This step-by-step plan is a win-win solution in the spirit that can do away with some of the suffering and sorrow caused by the implementation of incorrect principles used by individuals, institutions, and government in our nation. This is not an idealistic
dream . . . many of the pieces are already in place and functioning.

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  • Print Length: 96 pages
  • SIPP: US107151-1020053
  • Publisher: Little Moments Books (December 1, 2015)
  • Sold by: SAbER Mountain, Inc.
  • Language: English

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Coercion, the fourth in the Utopia Series of books, was written for our current political and cultural climate of today.  In our country, division is great and control is sought from all sides and it is being done by coercion.

Does a person have the right to be wrong?  Senator Thayn’s answer may surprise you, but then you can see the wisdom in his response.  You will find answers you can use to stop those who wish to control you, but most of all you will understand why respect is the key to resolve all conflict brought about by coercion.  Let this book be a guide to learn how to bring about a peaceful nation, community, and home.

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  • Print Length: 88 pages
  • SIPP: US107171-1020068
  • Publisher: Little Moments Books April 2017
  • Sold by: SAbER Mountain, Inc.
  • Language: English

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The Family, is the fifth in the Utopia Series of books that addresses fundamental principles necessary to create and strengthen the most elegant and efficient social service delivery system ever devised.  American policy makers have generally overlooked the importance of the family.  In its place, America has created government programs to provide social services traditionally delivered by families.  The data indicates this was a mistake.

Senator Thayn explains why current systems are detrimental to the family and then methodically lays out sensible ideas that will create a peaceful and economically sound society with the family as its base.

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  • Print Length: 104 pages
  • SIPP: US107181-1020074
  • Publisher: Little Moments Books February 2018)
  • Sold by: SAbER Mountain, Inc.
  • Language: English

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Reprogramming Government is the last in the Utopia Series of books that addresses fundamental principles necessary to create universal liberty and prosperity.  Senator Thayn digs in deep to show how effective legislation could be written for education, medical care, and entitlements that would save the taxpayers millions of dollars and give more control to the individual rather than the bureaucrats.

He has identified why conservative politics do not work as long as conservatives try to oppose and repeal instead of creating effective policy.  This book should enlighten you and cause you to want to join in the dialogue to help restore our freedoms.

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  • Print Length: 100 pages
  • SIPP: US107161-1020083
  • Publisher: Little Moments Books April, 2016)
  • Sold by: SAbER Mountain, Inc.
  • Language: English

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