The story of America the Country and the people that make it what it is, can only be told by telling real stories and not fairy-tales, so we have An American Fairy-Tell about the nationwide Backlash aimed at the regressive left and the biased MSM. The public grew tired of being told what to believe and how to act. The relentless spreading of fake news to all who dared listen covered the country..
Restoring the Republic provides a thorough enough understanding of politics for anyone to grasp the importance for all citizens to participate now and in the future in the political sphere. It recommends a new social contract that strengthens the ability of the citizens to conduct their own affairs while guaranteeing all residents equality under the law and in accessing opportunities.
Chock-full of conspiracy and double-crosses, Trumpilius J. Caesar is a five-act play that examines the pain and pressure of modern politics. The play features an orange-faced lout running for president against an establishment candidate with her own dark past.
The Freedom Rides of 1961 were an integral part of the Civil Rights movement yet could not have been a success if it were not for the activism of white volunteers or the intervention of state and federal governments. “When white men and black men are beaten up together, the day is coming when they will walk together." Few Southern whites wished to be involved in the Civil Rights movement.
Drawing from his considerable leadership experience and personal familiarity with the United States Presidential Libraries and Museums, Dan Nielsen takes you on a journey through the life, times, and leadership of 14 former U.S. Presidents. Along the way he provides a descriptive and visual tour through the presidential libraries and museums, sharing his own full-color photographs of each.
Over the past several decades, a ruthless corporate takeover has materialized in the United States, leaving much of the public struggling to get by while those at the top continue accumulating wealth with breathtaking speed.
This collection of essays examines some of the key forces behind this corporate takeover, and what we, as active citizens, can do to fight back.
This satirical guide will teach you how and when to blame the President, how being a horrible parent can actually help your children be more American, why you need to believe in guns, how being fat helps all aspects of our fledgling economy and even the little known fact that being rich is way better than being poor. (contrary to what liberal bloggers would have you believe). America Rocks!