We the People

A Christian Nation

by Richard McKenzie Neal



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 18/10/2010

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 368
ISBN : 9781452060316
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 368
ISBN : 9781452060309

About the Book

Political correctness appears innocuous enough until one truly looks at the ripple effect created by today’s manipulative players looking for an advantage. Political correctness is a lie because saying it isn’t so, doesn’t change the facts…the facts are that pigs don’t fly and life “ain’t” fair! This charade has become so ingrained in our culture today that no one is willing to call it what it is; a façade for a culture of entitlement based on denial and rejection of responsibility. While political correctness has been solidifying its place in our lives for some time now, it has recently been joined by its natural adjunct partner…socialism. Our current administration has decided it knows what’s best for us in spite of a majority of voters expressing an opposing opinion. But my real fear is that his agenda and ambitions are going to destroy America… Obama is not the first president with a large streak of narcissism. But the others had equally expansive feelings about their country. He epitomizes today’s “me” culture with their “it’s not my fault” mentality supported by their entitlement attitude. He is the embodiment of everything that is “wrong” with America today…he is the maestro of the blame-game (mistakes will be made, but others can be blamed). We have misplaced our traditional values while buying into the liberal's progressive mindset. Our losses have been mounting for decades and the accumulative consequences are coming to bear. The list is endless: common sense, common courtesies, responsibility, accountability,integrity,family values, love of country…and God. I’m not suggesting he caused this decline in America's moral values; but I would suggest his radical vision for America…and beyond, is to take what we see today to the next level. From his distorted perspective he is myopically focused on shepherding us to what’s “right” for America.

About the Author

Richard was born in Hope, Arkansas, in 1941 and his father was gone prior to Richard turning two years old. He never knew the man, but attended his funeral as a sixteen-year-old. Before boarding a Greyhound bus for California, at seventeen, Richard knew two stepfathers and a number of others who were just passing through. During those teen years, before succumbing to the beckoning allure of the outside world, his summers were spent in the fields...picking cotton and/or baling hay. After dropping out of school, eloping and landing in California, he soon realized how far out of his element he had ventured. And without the guidance of his “Constant Companion,” Richard would have spent a lifetime floundering in a sea of ignorance and ineptness…and his books would not exist. Richard’s first book (Fridays With Landon) was driven by his son’s life-altering heroin addiction. He had hoped not to author a sequel, but left the book open-ended due to historical concerns, which did in fact…resurface. For 25 years the family has endured the emotional highs and lows associated with the chaotic, frustrating and more often than not…heartbreaking task of rescuing one of their own, from the always ebbing and flowing tide of addiction. The unintended sequel (The Path to Addiction…) was triggered by a mind-numbing relapse after 30 months of sobriety. The second book was then written to bring closure…one-way or the other. His third book (The Long Road Home…) is a philosophical journey that we’ll all experience as our time here begins to dwindle. This, his fourth book, was driven by what he saw as the dismantling of America and the circumventing of its Constitution. Additionally, the ominous cloud of socialism and a New World Order looming over Washington motivated him to speak up, in spite of political correctness’ muzzle.