For those of us who live in America who are not filthy rich or poor enough for the government to take care of, we face many challenges. We are a forgotten majority who work every day, pay taxes and honor our flag. We look to the end of our arm to find a helping hand and look for ways to be productive. It often appears that we are the forgotten few of whom no one speaks. It can make a person feel very lonely.
In this volume you will find a number of these important issues discussed at length from the perspective of a common working person. Those who would have you believe they have all knowledge can be very blatant, shrill and even obnoxious in their effort to make their position known. This book has turned that around and used the same tactics in an honest effort to show that there is another side to be considered.
The author speaks directly and to the point offering many points of personal experiences and circumstances known to all as means to make point and counter point on these subjects.
This book could have easily been seventeen books but the author took the position that writing directly and to the point on each subject leaving out all of the usual chatter makes the book more interesting, more readable and much more direct and enjoyable.
This book will make you laugh, think, and wonder. The author has a background of many experiences nearly all of which are those of any working person. He was not only a sheep herder, he was a driver and body guard for President Reagan, a business manager truck driver, organized crime investigator, soldier, Realtor and a hundred other things and he designed engineered and built his own home.
What is written here is the writers opinion and it will not always agree with the common beliefs and mores of society---A joy to read.