JJ McKeever


JJ McKeever is a writer who has worked in the government, business, and nonprofit worlds, traveled around a lot, and never gets tired of watching people and figuring out how life works. Making the transition to full-time writer, JJ launched “Common Sense,” a daily column that looks at everything from government to the church and everything in between like school, sports, and family life. Started as a way of disciplining himself to write something original every day and helping people find his website (www.authormax.com), “Common Sense” took off! People liked to read his commentary and suggestions on practical approaches to some of the most vexing problems facing life in America today.
Born in New Jersey and living back there again, he is an admirer of other writers like Ben Franklin and Art Buchwald and loves how they could make a real point using short compositions riddled with observations, practical solutions, and humor. These influences, along with a varied life, taught JJ to look at issues from all sides. It is that insight that he brings to his writings. He figures if people do not agree with him, at least he hopes he can help make them think! And in that thinking, the American Dream just may be attainable for all Americans.

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Common Sense For Today's America
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 96,270. Language: English. Published: February 22, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Current affairs, Nonfiction » Philosophy » Essays
Common Sense for Today’s America shows practical ways of solving issues Americans face today. It covers government, politics, family life, education, church, God, sports, and other things that make people wonder what happened to the American Dream. It turns complex problems upside down and looks at them with the perspective of real solutions that do not adhere to any one philosophy or bias.

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america    commentary    education    family    government    humor    politics    religion    united states