Lee Bines is a geopolitical pundit providing opinion and analysis on specific subject areas (most typically U.S. domestic politics, U.S. foreign policy and current geopolitical issues as they relate to the United States).
A satirist and political provocateur, Lee has developed and blended a unique mix of entertainment and social activism through thought provoking conversation.
Lee Bines has also been described as a bit of a rogue, a rascal, a renegade, a rebel, a revolutionist and reincarnated Robespierre ready to rant and rave to rattle the rafters of America’s rotting Republic.
Managing to push the envelope to the very edge of social acceptability without crossing the line of good taste is a difficult task in today’s media, but Lee Bines has mastered that challenge. When Lee is not gallivanting around the globe seeking entertainment value from man’s inhumanity to man, he can be found in his New York based studio Blogging and Podcasting his findings. This second of many e-books to come is but a sampling of his work.
How do you approach cover design?
With great reluctance
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Mario Puzo's The Godfather, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Raymond Chandler's The Simple Art of Murder, Mary Shelly's Frankenstein' s Monster and Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason
Race-Related: The Rise and Fall of the African American is a lightening fast read, chronicling how a government authorized and CIA run Crack Epidemic, Reaganomics and the so-called War on Drugs, wiped out most if not all social and economic gains African Americans had struggled to achieve during the sixties and early seventies.
Operation Protective Edge: 50 Days of Hell on the Gaza Strip is a lightening fast account of how the unleashing of unbridled violence is met by an uncompromising will to exist. Written in real time, this story chronicles the day by day destruction of schools, shelters, hospitals and residential structures, as the IDF tried to eradicate any form of resistance as quickly as possible.
Providing satirical insights into ground floor, entry-level career paths successful criminals have chosen in the past, this fast read, offers the Long-Term Unemployed creative alternatives to food pantries panhandling and homeless shelters.