MY GRANDCHILDREN’S AMERICARead Now
I named my first book “My Grandchildren’s America Will It Still be the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.” I wrote this book because, well frankly my son told me to shut up and to write a book. It was evident that the left in The United States was continuing their march to making the United States a Marxist totalitarian state. In fact, then President Barack Obama had promised that was his goal when he stated that the United States was about to be fundamentally transformed. He did not finish the sentence by stating he meant fundamentally transformed into a Marxist totalitarian state. The vast majority of Americans had and have no idea what Karl Marx taught and so they did not have any understanding what the United States would be after the transformation. My goal was to explain in a straightforward and simplistic manner who Marx was and what he taught. I have been told I accomplished this goal.
My second book came because I realized that most Americans did not see nor understand how the United States had been accepting Marxist ideas and how these ideas had been adopted as normal in many facets of American life. I decided to write this book as a novel. I told the story of a young person who began to question why things were done the way they were done. Questioning is critical to a free society and is death to a Marxist society. The person in the novel quickly learns this lesson. The book goes on to tell his story and what he did to fight against the Marxist movement. I called this book “Goodbye Constitution, Freedom, America.”
My third book was a product of speaking to different groups throughout the nation. I was told by many to whom I spoke that the story of why the United States was founded and the principles upon which it was founded had to be told over and over because it was not being taught in our schools and the left was rewriting our history. What we know is that the principles upon which the United States, those very same principles that propelled the United States to be “the shining city on the hill,” are the very principles that the left is denouncing and attempting to destroy. Karl Marx said the society must not simply be adjusted, but it must be totally destroyed and rebuilt as a Marxist totalitarian state. I called this book “The Road to Tyranny, Individualism to Collectivism.” In the book I describe not only the differences between Individualism and Collectivism, which is the difference between a free state and a Marxist totalitarian state, but I explain the principles upon which our nation was founded and why they are feared and despised by the left.
My fourth book was written to further explain the differences between a free state and a Marxist totalitarian state. I called this book “Visions of Two Americas.” The United States is unique. We were founded on the concept that “we are endowed by the Creator with certain unalienable rights, among them are the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Yes, that was totally unique. It had been accepted in the past that all rights and liberties were granted to the people by the government. The government meant the monarch. What liberties you could exercise, who could exercise those liberties, and the place and time those liberties could be exercised would be determined by the government. Our founders had a different vision for America. Today, there are large factions in America that have the same vision for American that existed prior to our founding, that is that government is not only the protector of our liberties, but in fact is the grantor and the controller of those liberties.
My most recent book, “Setting Brushfires of Freedom” came about because of questions that were constantly being asked in Q and A sessions after my talks. Constantly people would ask, “So Don, what can I do.” The fact is that every single Freedom Loving American must be a significant factor if the United States is to remain a free and independent nation with a free and independent people. I lay out what each person must do to prepare themselves to become a freedom fighter or as Samuel Adams said, a part of the irate tiresome minority keen on “Setting Brushfires of Freedom.” Each person must decide if they are willing to make the effort, it is not a long and involved process, and then go about setting those brushfires. In the book I not only detail how one must prepare themselves, but also how they go about actually setting those brushfires. It will amaze you, how with just some simple but critical adjustments, each of us can become a freedom fighter and a critical element to reversing the transformation of the United States set forth by Marx, Lenin, and Obama.
All of these, what I have been told are necessary and constructive reads, are available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and my website, www.mygrandchildrensamerica.com. We all must ask ourselves if we will become freedom fighters, just complainers, or if we will acquiesce to the transformation through apathy and compliance. The choice is yours.
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