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What Next, America? Fred F. Fleming

What Next, America?

Fred F. Fleming

Published May 1st 2012
ISBN : 9781616674427
Paperback
266 pages
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What Next, America?: A hard-hitting, take-no-prisoners, sometimes humorous, and frequently irreverent look at the United States current political and economic landscape. It examines how we find ourselves in these precarious, even dangerous times andMoreWhat Next, America?: A hard-hitting, take-no-prisoners, sometimes humorous, and frequently irreverent look at the United States current political and economic landscape. It examines how we find ourselves in these precarious, even dangerous times and its pages offer practical and doable solutions. November 2010 saw enormous changes in political power and political balance in local and national governing bodies. This book gives answers to how we can continue this change by addressing: How to increase federal income to balance the budget. How to reduce government spending without affecting business. How to grow the job market and reduce unemployment. Why the dollar, as the default world currency, is losing value. The two-party system. How and why politicians attempt to separate people and pander to special-interest groups. How the United States is viewed in the world. How the United Nations and NATO forge alliances against the interests of the U.S. How the Constitution, as our nations guide, is misread and misunderstood by both elected politicians and the judicial branch, causing many concerns regarding a citizens freedoms and liberty. How citizens can tame an out-of-control Congress. Nothing is left off the table, from political corruption and political correctness, to fixing entitlement programs and federal funding. Most have simple, common-sense solutions. What Next, America? is written for the average citizen. It is a primer that provides a history, a context, and the means by which citizens can again be involved in the process to return America to the great nation she once was.