America, Read These Books!


Listeners, you NEED to read these books!

It is time for America to “go to the mattress” (Godfather)

America’s citizens have to educate themselves about our constitution, our laws, and our government and the political system.

It’s time to take off the blinders and pay attention to the wounds that people in power, people we voted for and trusted, have ripped into the fabric of our country.

After reading these two books I was inspired to ask every person in this country to read them. Whether you agree with President Trump’s presidency or not, let these books lead you to a dialogue with your friends, neighbors, and co-workers.

undemocraticUndemocratic by Jay Sekulow

Both sides are guilty, a finger cannot simply be pointed at Democrats or Republicans.

In my opinion, this book shows us that our country is at war within our own boundaries and borders. Our rouge and reckless government is stealing away our democracy. Our government has been manipulating us and lying to us for decades, and it’s time to wake up.

In the Declaration of Independence our forefathers clearly stated that all men (and women…every human in our country) are created equal and they have the right to the pursuit of happiness.

Nowhere in our treasured documents does it say that it is the government’s job to provide that happiness!

Undemocratic allows its readers to hear the truth but, it is written in such a way that turns it into a tool to educate America’s citizens and teach them how they can fight back, and show them that by following our constitution as it was written, by teaching our citizens how to help themselves rather than accept a hand out, we can restore America’s democracy.

Sekulow acknowledges that it will not be an easy road for our country. There will be resistance when people realize that their free meal is no longer an option. It is our job as a nation to take care of those who are unable to take care of themselves but, it is also our job to educate Americans and show them how to create a stronger America.

Trust me when I say that this is a book to be read with a pen and highlighter by your side. Read it with an open mind, ask questions of yourself and of others and use this book to move forward in your understanding of what America needs.

the big agendaThe Big Agenda by David Horowitz

The Big Agenda is a captivating book written about President Trump and his first 100 days in office. It’s written clearly and well organized, making it a book that even those who aren’t politically inclined will find interesting.

Horowitz believes that Trump’s victory was more than just a political upset. “It is the beginning of a major political, economic and social revolution.” In The Big Agenda the reader is led through how Horowitz believes President Trump will follow through on his campaign promises, and show America that he can be held accountable.

Topics that are discussed include:

  • The overreach of the EPA and how they have been allowed to destroy small business in America.
  • The corruption of the IRS and how they manipulate tax exemptions so support charities that align with their ideals.
  • Judicial appointments that have been used to slowly and steadily manipulate the laws of our country.
  • Immigration policy that takes away our strength rather than adding to it.
  • Our weak education system and the lack of respect for our educators and law enforcement.

The Big Agenda will help its readers to see how Trump has shed light into the dark corners of every political closet.

Horowitz believes that Trump offers a fresh new beginning for our government, our people, and our country.

Have any of you read these books, we’d love to hear what you think!

Any book recommendations for us?




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