Free: Beyond 2020: A Story of Liberty Lost, Hope and Recovery

Free: Beyond 2020: A Story of Liberty Lost, Hope and Recovery
No one could have predicted it. Despite an impressive list of accomplishments, Donald Trump was denied what should have been an assured election victory in November 2020. In the weeks and months that followed, the voices of talk radio sounded the warning that the New Socialism would methodically suppress the freedoms promised in the Constitution, but it would take an America at the brink of revolution to restore what was lost. Free on Kindle.

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Free: Beyond 2020: A Story of Liberty Lost, Hope and Recovery

Free: Beyond 2020: A Story of Liberty Lost, Hope and Recovery
No one could have predicted it.

After nearly four years marked by an impressive list of accomplishments — even in the face of harsh resistance from the opposition party — the administration looked forward to successfully completing the final year of the President’s first term, winning re-election and moving on to four more years of service to the country and her people.

What, then, could possibly have derailed the President’s plan, denying him what was believed to be an assured victory in November 2020?

“Elections have consequences,” we are reminded. In the months and years that followed, the voices of Talk Radio sounded the warning that the New Socialism would methodically suppress the freedoms promised in the Constitution, but it would take an America at the brink of revolution to restore what was lost. Free on Kindle.
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Who Let the Old Fart into the Classroom: Why Globalism, Socialism and Environmentalism Won’t Work

Who Let the Old Fart into the Classroom: Why Globalism, Socialism and Environmentalism Won’t Work

This fact-based novel revolves around an irascible retired businessman Leonard Whittle who takes his granddaughter Lisa to interview at a liberal university. During her interview Lisa announces that she is interested in the school’s globalism program. The Principal Dean invites she and Leonard to audit a few classes which they do. What ensues is, for poor Leonard, a mind-blowing collection of progressive views neatly promoted in courses that are global in scope.

The courses run the gamut from socialism to environmentalism, the United Nations to the European Union, from the American business-government cabal to Saul Alinsky and Herbert Marcuse, from the New Left of the 1960s to the New Left of today, from the marginalization of America to the China-Russian vision of globalism. Leonard can’t believe what the students are being fed and inserts himself in the discussions in every class. Pitted against faculty and students alike, he leaves no subject unturned and wades into the murky depths of micro-aggressions, identity politics, multiple sex categories, George Soros’ control of just about everything, the expense of a college education and much more.

Whether the reader agrees or disagrees with Leonard’s fact-based views, he or she will be left with significant food for equally significant thought. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Humorous Incidents, Short Stories and Essays: Beach Towns, Politics of Everybody, and Government That Works

Humorous Incidents, Short Stories and Essays: Beach Towns, Politics of Everybody, and Government That Works

Our tale is about Li’l Johny, as he wades through the literal and political swamp of south Alabama’s peculiar politics of everybody, wandering from the wetlands to the beach, traversing the Backcountry Trail, bordered by the jurisdiction of the Orange Beach Government.

This collection of humorous incidents, short stories and essays provides a platform for addressing political points that local government has not, or is not willing to tackle like rebating the 4-mil property tax.

The plan is to make people aware that vast wealth is hidden in the vaults at City Hall ($40 Million in cash reserves), but the residents (population: 5,600) are seeing no revenue sharing in their pockets. This situation is not a dark humor short story, but the sad reality of unbridled ambition.

The key issue is local government’s sense of solutionism, meaning one vision is the best solution for everyone moving forward, possibly exporting the mayor’s brand of leadership to all the beaches of the world as an example of pro-growth tourism.

Some people will argue the Orange Beach government has a vision. I refer you to this quote, “…load up and come to a council meeting so that u can get the facts, the real truth and stop being educated into further ignorance by following this site [Facebook],” posted by Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon on Facebook.

We are blessed in our country to have a voice, and with this voice I ask for a government that works, respecting other ideas without being called down in the Council Chambers. I argue for a chance to free Council Members from the yoke of always voting unanimously with the Mayor.
Perhaps Council Districting is the answer, forcing Council Members to live in the neighborhoods they represent, voting for their constituents’ best interests instead of serving the city at-large. Perhaps we could ask Council Members to voluntarily share their personal and business tax returns, disclosing what development projects they, or their family members hold a financial interest in.

This is why we are here, creating a sense of financial transparency, and rebating a small portion of the city’s wealth back to the residents. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Humorous Incidents, Short Stories and Essays: Beach Towns, Politics of Everybody, and Government That Works

Humorous Incidents, Short Stories and Essays: Beach Towns, Politics of Everybody, and Government That Works

Our tale is about Li’l Johny, as he wades through the literal and political swamp of south Alabama’s peculiar politics of everybody, wandering from the wetlands to the beach, traversing the Backcountry Trail, bordered by the jurisdiction of the Orange Beach Government.

This collection of humorous incidents, short stories and essays provides a platform for addressing political points that local government has not, or is not willing to tackle like rebating the 4-mil property tax.

The plan is to make people aware that vast wealth is hidden in the vaults at City Hall ($40 Million in cash reserves), but the residents (population: 5,600) are seeing no revenue sharing in their pockets. This situation is not a dark humor short story, but the sad reality of unbridled ambition.

The key issue is local government’s sense of solutionism, meaning one vision is the best solution for everyone moving forward, possibly exporting the mayor’s brand of leadership to all the beaches of the world as an example of pro-growth tourism.

Some people will argue the Orange Beach government has a vision. I refer you to this quote, “…load up and come to a council meeting so that u can get the facts, the real truth and stop being educated into further ignorance by following this site [Facebook],” posted by Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon on Facebook.

We are blessed in our country to have a voice, and with this voice I ask for a government that works, respecting other ideas without being called down in the Council Chambers. I argue for a chance to free Council Members from the yoke of always voting unanimously with the Mayor.

Perhaps Council Districting is the answer, forcing Council Members to live in the neighborhoods they represent, voting for their constituents’ best interests instead of serving the city at-large. Perhaps we could ask Council Members to voluntarily share their personal and business tax returns, disclosing what development projects they, or their family members hold a financial interest in.

This is why we are here, creating a sense of financial transparency, and rebating a small portion of the city’s wealth back to the residents. $0.99 on Kindle.
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The Stranger Among You

The Stranger Among You
Flying under the radar of the national media is a faith-based refugee resettlement movement that sees people from across the political spectrum working shoulder to shoulder to help refugees. Trump voters and Clinton voter, pro-choicers and pro-lifers, the religious and the secular, conservatives and liberals stand on common ground on an issue that looks polarizing in the headlines but on the ground is unifying.

And it’s happening in places that will surprise you: the Bible Belt and other red states. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Jacobites by Name

Free: Jacobites by Name
The Tory government in London have appointed a Viceroy to run Scotland to stop a second independence referendum being held. The result is a Jacobite Rebellion. Chaos ensues. Meanwhile, someone is trying to clone Nessie. Free on Kindle.

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Pianist in a Bordello

Pianist in a Bordello

Are voters really ready for the whole truth?

Are you?

Pianist in a Bordello is a hilarious political romp through the last four decades of American history, from a narrator who is full of surprises. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Through My Eyes: The USA

Through My Eyes: The USA

The USA – the land of the future, the land of prosperity, success, glamor, and bling…But is it really (only) that?

Through this book and my eyes, you will come to feel the pulse of the “promised land”. This story is a mash-up of my own awkward experiences on the other side of the great puddle, which I describe with a simple goal in mind: to dissolve the prejudices that we have about each other. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Stars, Stripes and Corporate Logos

Free: Stars, Stripes and Corporate Logos
“Gilleland bravely broaches numerous subjects that are politically sensitive and expresses his often politically incorrect perspective.” -Authors Reading

In the military, my buddies and I often talked about “home,” which was not the place from which we enlisted. It was anywhere in the U.S. As soon as we stepped down off an aircraft onto the tarmac anywhere in the continental United States, we were home. The most important influences in my life were my God, my wife, and my mother, combined with outside influences from the military and corporate environments. Free on Kindle.

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Off the Reservation

Off the Reservation
An uproarious comic novel that explores modern presidential politics and whether honesty can find a place within it, Off the Reservation will keep you laughing throughout. When Congressman Evan Gorgoni of Indiana, fed up with Washington, retires from Congress, he does so with such stunning honesty that he is drafted to run for president. If he’s going to do it, he’s going to do it as no one has done it before… $0.99 on Kindle.

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Off the Reservation


This uproarious comic novel explores modern presidential politics and asks whether honesty can find a place within it. When Congressman Evan Gorgoni of Indiana, fed up with Washington, retires from Congress, he does so with such stunning honesty that he is drafted to run for president. If he’s going to do it, he’s going to do it as no one has done it before. “Off the Reservation” is just $0.99 on Kindle.
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Advance Man

advance-manAdvance Man is a political adventure. Set in the hard-fought early days of the 2008 Democratic primary season, it is a look behind the scenes at the most secretive, yet most public part of American presidential politics—the Advance team that creates and controls the media image of a presidential candidate, as well as everything that happens within a quarter-mile radius.

 

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