Duke is a registered member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation who grew up in the Denver Metro area. He was one of the founding members of Ghost Crew A hip-hop group in Southern California, and Bodhi an alternative rock band. After earning a B.A. in journalism from the University of Northern Colorado and completing his Graduate work in Education at Cal State San Bernardino, Duke became an Author and Educator. By age 27, he was the youngest professor on campus at Chaffey College, wrote and directed his first feature-length movie and signed on to teach at a school for troubled youth. Now in his 40's, he and his family have made Kailua Kona their home where he continues to be active in education and the arts.
Freedom Files Book 5, Corporations are people, money is power, fear has slithered into our conscious and the nation is divided. A new Civil War looms, as the United States dives head first into fascism. People are fed up and ready for a change, a new power has risen up that offers solutions to everyone's problems. This story explores the emergence of The United Corporations of the World.
Freedom Files Book 4. Guns have been outlawed in the United States for two years. The first arrest of a teacher for the content of a lesson may lead to the final blow for academic freedom. Why were guns made illegal? Who profits the most from the new gun laws? Follow the money and the power into the darkness that hides behind good intentions.
Freedom Files Book 3, What if the camera on your phone, computer, TV and security camera were watching you, recording your life? What if your school records, your medical records were no longer protected? What if the people who are controlling our government have crossed the line and everything you’ve ever done will be held against you. This is The Surveillance State and there is nowhere to hide.
Freedom Files Book 1. They thought what they were eating was healthy, they thought the water they drank was safe, they thought the doctor was supposed to help; one word changed everything, Cancer. The novelettes firsthand account exposes a culture of lies at the highest levels of government and its ties to industries that drive social and economic manipulation.
The Weed War, is the second book in the "Freedom Files" series, a collection of novelettes about ongoing civil liberty issues. It is a philosophical story about the prohibition of marijuana and its ties to social and economic manipulation. Set 150 years in the future, a teacher uses the power of the written word and the Socratic Method to introduce freedom to his students.