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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free most liberal president in decades, America continues its plunge down the slippery slope of socialism by electing yet another politician, hell bent on destroying all the Founding Fathers held dear."/>
  • Paperback
  • 520 pages
  • By Force of Patriots
  • Cameron Reddy
  • English
  • 03 October 2019
  • 1618080245

By Force of Patriots❰PDF / Epub❯ ☄ By Force of Patriots Author Cameron Reddy – Essayreview.co.uk There is a darkness moving over the land, obscuring hope, erasing freedom It threatens to destroy It promises to shackle But wait as the shadows close in, a small band of patriots rise up to fight But There is a darkness moving over the land, obscuring hope, erasing freedom It threatens to destroy It promises to shackle But wait as the By Force MOBI :Á shadows close in, a small band of patriots rise up to fight But Jeff and Anne Krieg can t help but wonder Is it too late for freedom Did we wait too long After two terms of the most liberal president in decades, America continues its plunge down the slippery slope of socialism by electing yet another politician, hell bent on destroying all the Founding Fathers held dear.


About the Author: Cameron Reddy

Reading and writing were my worst subjects in school Actually, I hated to read because I was so dang slow at it If any By Force MOBI :Á of you recall those SRA reading carts with all the color coded stories I was always in the lowest color purple, I seem to recall Never got out of that color Never The first book that I read in its entirety was Animal Farm, and I didn t do that until the eighth gradeMy English skills stayed pretty much the same which it to say, very poor through High School I don t think I ever gotthan a C in any English class, though I did begin to do very well overallWhen I enrolled at Michigan State University I was determined to improve my reading and writing, and so I enrolled in James Madison College with a major in Justice, Morality, and Constitutional Democracy JMCD Pretty highfalutin sounding for what was mostly a Marxist indoctrination program This was an intensive program and reading assignments took me so long that I came to realize there were only three states of being I was either behind, seriously behind, or irreparably behind As a JMCD major I began to develop my political philosophy To the chagrin of my professors, it was in the opposite direction they intended I recall having to write a modern day Communist Manifesto Funny that I was never tasked with writing a modern day Declaration of Independence Funny, too, that in nearly two years I have no recollection of ever reading a word of James Madison Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx Max Weber All dayIn any event, I learned pretty quickly what the professors wanted me to say in my papers, and my grades began to reflect my disagreement with Marxism That s when I knew I had to change my major, which I did to Marketing Unfortunately, all they wanted me to do in Marketing was regurgitate definitions in a text book There was little, if any, analysis Indeed, I came to see the study of marketing as one of thinking of a process as opposed to the process of thinking So, by this time, with a decent GPA, the liberal arts college wasthan happy to pull me in, and I became a Interdisciplinary Humanities major with a triple cognate of history, English, and businessI finished A More Perfect Union, the original version of this novel in the late s and was discouraged by one particularly nasty and liberal agent I let the story sit until I began to see, in , how Mr Obama was not what he claimed Also, as you might guess, I knew a Marxist when I saw oneInterestingly, and amazingly, as I revised my story to comprehend Obama, I tried to conjure up outlandish scenarios that might rile Americans And no sooner would I put it in the story and the next headline on Drudge would proclaim that Obama had just done it This would force me to go back and add something evencrazy That s is how I ended up with things like the highly abusive BSCA Bureau of Socially Correct Activities and the RCSA Religious and Cultural Sensitivities Act In other words, it was hard to conjure up somewhat believable stuff that was beyond what Obama was already doing I mean, years ago no one could have imagined a full blooded Marxist as president instituting such draconian measures as shutting down coal fired energy plants, telling us what light bulbs and health insurance we must buy, and firing CEO s of major corporations Such a story would have been thrown in the slush pile never to be seen again Oh, wait, there was such a story Something about So, I hope you read my novel And I hope you like it But, even if you don t, please understand that I love my country and that my feelings and beliefs are focused on its health and longevitySo help me GodJune, .


10 thoughts on “By Force of Patriots

  1. says:

    I read By Force of Patriots quite awhile ago, and my review onreflects that I made some statements that were, at that time, correct The author generously contacted and let me know that the errors I found seriously annoying were the result of the publisher switching fonts when the book was formatted for Kindle Apparently not everything, including upper case letter and apostrophes, translate across fonts Anyway a couple things I said are still valid.I wasn t overly fond of the time I read By Force of Patriots quite awhile ago, and my review onreflects that I made some statements that were, at that time, correct The author generously contacted and let me know that the errors I found seriously annoying were the result of the publisher switching fonts when the book was formatted for Kindle Apparently not everything, including upper case letter and apostrophes, translate across fonts Anyway a couple things I said are still valid.I wasn t overly fond of the time structure in the novel It takes place after Obama s second term, as well as after a massive terrorist attack on San Francisco Personally I felt that was pushing the time frame a bit for the liberal agenda take over Post 9 11 even Nancy Pelosi stood with Republicans calling for bin Laden s head For socialists and communists to keep pushing for the socialisation of the US at that point just stretched plausability too much An additional 4 year term by an extreme liberal socialist leaning president would have helped smooth things out abit.The other problem I have is with ending of the book It feels very rushed, as if either publication date was approaching, or a previous ending was thrown out at the last second Very quickly you have the FBI coming down on the side of Hartman, the Canadian government believing that terrorists were planning an attack on the Windsor tunnel without any real evidence , travel on an ATC across country to arrive at the proverbial last second, deaths galore, the reversal of US policies Do you see what I mean when I say rushed I felt that the novel could easily have been split into 2 books and expanded a bitThat would have allowed for reasonable time frames to happen, without it feeling as if the author suddenly went Oh shit The publisher said less than 500 pages and I m on page 497 Those points aside, it s an excellant look at Constitutionalism and what freedom means to the general populace I enjoyed it immensely and plan on re reading the book again soon

  2. says:

    I would definetly love to win this book I am so scared and ashamed, at times, that the USA has become so deteriorated I fear for my future, and for the future of my unborn children and my many nieces and nephews Please let me have a copy of this book

  3. says:

    It s really terrifying All my nameless fears brought to light Eric Neblett, writing at calguns.netA fresh and provocative look at the constitutional, social, and political issues tearing the fabric of America.This is not your typical thriller Think Tom Clancy turned attorney Scott Turow turned warriorClick for the trailerSee it at .com It s really terrifying All my nameless fears brought to light Eric Neblett, writing at calguns.netA fresh and provocative look at the constitutional, social, and political issues tearing the fabric of America.This is not your typical thriller Think Tom Clancy turned attorney Scott Turow turned warriorClick for the trailerSee it at .com

  4. says:

    Its somewhat scary how not to far off we are from this book It was an awesome read, all the characters were enjoyable, the story was great I even enjoyed the ending, unlike mist books it was wrapped up nicely.

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