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The Next American Revolution

It is safe to say that the prevailing mood of the country is anger. It is almost as if the hyper-ventilating rage of Bill Hacket, the hero of the 1976 movie Network, has become our national mantra: “We’re mad as hell, and we’re not going to take it anymore.” This anger is directed at a government that has shed any pretense of acting in the interests of the American people. It is a government incapable of control or restraint, consumed by run-away spending. It is a government ruled by Beltway insiders, button pushers, lobbyists, lawyers and a media-controlled agenda calling for ever greater amounts of progressive reform, regulation and limits on individual freedom.
Yet, The Next American Revolution proposes all is not lost. There is still a very small window of opportunity for the American people to summon a force of national will and reverse the direction we’re heading—a course that if maintained will see us become another declining, European-like social welfare state. The key to avoiding this self-destructive path is to understand the underlying causes of the dysfunction. For the first time, The Next American Revolution clearly identifies the root causes of the rise of socialism and demise of the American Dream; as well lays out a no-holds-barred game plan to prevent this from happening. The Next American Revolution is a must read for all Americans who want to save their jobs, prosperity, freedom and country.

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 Think: Why Crucial Decisions Can’t Be Made in the Blink of an Eye

We just don’t think critically anymore, says journalist and former Washington Times columnist Michael LeGault. To anyone who’s been intrigued by the “thinking without thinking” concept presented in Malcolm Gladwell’s bestseller Blink, LeGault says Gladwell is wrong, and he explains why critical thinking is more critical than ever, in his book Think!