Prepare for the next Boston Tea Party!
Michael Solomon is just an ordinary citizen, a traditionalist who has had enough
of the rhetoric from politicians on both sides of the aisle. He may be starting
a revolution with
"Where Did My America Go?".
His message is critical for the survival of
America as it once was.
He has witnessed the actions of the ACLU in their attempt, he believes, to carry
out a plan to overthrow the American Government through political correctness.
He believes that groups that articulate hatred are dismantling the pedestal
that America once stood on. They use the constitution as a soapbox for reform
without ever considering the long-range consequences of their actions.
The author believes it is time to fight back. He has developed a plan to allow
the silent majority to have their voice heard along with his.
What follows is an examination of what has transpired in America throughout
the last millennium and crossing into the new century.
The author tackles sensitive issues in political America today, about which many
people have expressed their anger, but have remained silent except in private
Solomon examines with bold retrospect the issues of the war in Iraq, the
media, education, Tort Reform, racial discrimination, the Ten Commandments, the
oil crisis, the Middle East, immigration, global warming and a host of other
issues that concern most Americans.
The author suggests that the New York Times may have succumbed to a
self-serving, self-imposed, self-righteous form of extortion from terrorists.
He examines how the press has and continually tries to influence the path of
America through its biased reporting and skewed polls that are harmful to the
American people and serve no one except their own agenda.
Throughout the book Solomon constantly asks, “Are you outraged yet?”
as he asks you to join him in starting the next Boston Tea Party.
No topic is safe. He makes a strong, compassionate and persuasive plea
to join him every time you find yourself screaming at the radio or television,
to wake up American politicians and tell them in a nonpartisan voice to “Bring
Back My America.”
“Can any of you seriously
say the Bill of Rights could get through Congress today? It wouldn’t even get
out of committee.”
- F. Lee Bailey
"It's too bad that all the people who know
how to run this country are busy driving taxis or cutting hair."
- George Burns
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