Its actually not as bad as I expected. He has some pretty moderate viewpoints, but the same criticisms apply: no real details on the how, but it does give a lot more of the what. On gun control, he wants a reciprocal concealed carry permit, which would essentially be a national concealed carry permit. His stance on immigration and healthcare were pretty decent and not nearly whats represented in the mainstream. I loved his stance on education. My main criticism so far is that he shouldn't have charged for this book. If youre going to put out "your plan" as a book... why not make it free? A decent book that more addresses whats wrong with polticians than why he should get the job, but I still think hes a contender.