David Wilaru's unique take on politics and society honed by his years as a columnist for "The American Inquisitor" weekly newspaper -- "All the news otherwise unfit to print."
Mr. Wilaru writes about subjects of topical interest including Gay Marriage, Hollywood Culture, the rapid growth of Amnesiology, Middle East Developments, UFO Babies and other matters of broad general interest.
Imagine. You're a small town southern factory worker--disabled on the job--and you believe what your boss, your surgeon, and the government bureaucracy tell you. Everything will be fine. All you have to do is wait. You will return to your middle class life. Imagine people lying to you.
"We are the World-Changers... This is our story." Strongly encouraged by advisers to put down on paper the reasons for carrying out the acts that they did, Sarohror Tillit provides a frank and brutal retelling of the story of five young American men who would eventually become the most powerful people on the planet, seen through their own eyes.
Following the events of book 1, Monk and Punk adapt their plans to build a monastery after a series of disasters and end up building a hollow, floating island with a concrete hull that they use as a sustainable house boat to live on and operate their growing independent publishing house out of. Oh, and there’s narwhals.