Redneck Economics provides a case for extreme economic conservatism on an individual basis, in a plainspoken blue-collar fashion.
John W. Terry provides advice and thoughts on accomplishing personal fulfillment by trusting in the individual, based on the belief of laissez faire economics and political liberty that avoid complexity. For example, chapter 4: Things to Remember About Economics, follows the keeping it simple concept expressed in chapter 3 by stating, "Supply and Demand: that's it, that is all you need to know about economics. Forget all those graphs that make you feel as though you enrolled in a Mandarin Chinese language class."
Reading through the pages you're exposed to a set of beliefs with goals and given options for accomplishing those goals.
Themes: Simplicity, activism and individualism.
Concepts: Personal investment by saving through diversification, political expression and being skeptical of so called experts.