T. J. O'Hara
For more than 30 years, author, speaker and media personality, T.J. O’Hara specialized in corporate turnarounds. Now, he’s decided to turn around the entire country. Using a unique blend of history and humor, he challenges the very underpinnings of Party politics … exposing its inherent biases and its obsession with capturing your vote … all delivered through his satirical alter ego, the Common Sense Czar. No Party is immune from the sting of the Common Sense Czar’s acerbic wit, and you’ll find yourself helplessly smiling at his musings … even if it’s your Party’s turn to be the focus of his attention. - It should be noted: T.J. O'Hara was also the leading independent candidate for the Office of President of the United States in 2012, so there is considerable substance to his satire.
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The National Platform of Common Sense
Warning:The Common Sense Czar has determined that career politicians are hazardous to your health. Forget the Democratic & Republican National Platforms...by abandoning the notion of “political correctness” and applying his own irreverent brand of satirical humor, the Common Sense Czar delivers a Platform that puts everything into perspective and brings a little “common sense” to politics
The Right is Wrong
For brave Republicans with a sense of humor and Democrats/Independents looking for some fun, enjoy the Common Sense Czar’s satirical look at the Republican National Platform. Then, read The Left isn’t Right to see what the Czar does to the Democratic Platform! Then you’ll have become Parties’ worst nightmare: an “Informed Voter.” For hope, see The National Platform of Common Sense.
The Left Isn't Right
For brave Democrats with a sense of humor and Republicans/Independents looking for some fun, enjoy the Common Sense Czar’s satirical look at the Democratic National Platform. Also read The Right is Wrong to see what the Czar does to the Republican Platform! In the end, you’ll have become what both Parties fear most: an “Informed Voter.” For hope, see The National Platform of Common Sense.