Where Did My America Go?

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Take heed America there are progressive changes happening you may not like. However, the author does leave the reader with a solution.

Michael Solomon is just an ordinary independent citizen who has had enough of the rhetoric from politicians on both sides of the aisle; especially the Left. He is not a talk show host, so his voice has never been heard. However, he may be starting a revolution against the progressive changes that are tearing ...

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Overview

Take heed America there are progressive changes happening you may not like. However, the author does leave the reader with a solution.

Michael Solomon is just an ordinary independent citizen who has had enough of the rhetoric from politicians on both sides of the aisle; especially the Left. He is not a talk show host, so his voice has never been heard. However, he may be starting a revolution against the progressive changes that are tearing down the fibers of the fabric of America.

In his new book "Where Did My America Go?" the author challenges the American people to take a hard look around them at what is happening to this country before it is too late. He explains it with compassion and defines it in simple every day language that anyone can understand.

His message is critical for the survival of America as it once was.

He has witnessed the actions of the ACLU in their attempt, he believes, to carry out a plan to overthrow the American Government through political correctness.

He believes that groups that articulate hatred are dismantling the pedestal that America once stood on. They use the constitution as a soapbox for reform without ever considering the long-range consequences of their actions.

The author believes it is time to fight back. He has developed a plan to allow the silent majority to have their voice heard along with his.

What follows is an examination of what has transpired in America throughout the last millennium and crossing into the new century.

The author tackles sensitive issues in political America today, about which many people have expressed their anger, but have remained silent except in private circles.

Solomon examines with bold retrospect the issues of the war in Iraq, the media, education, Tort Reform, racial discrimination, the Ten Commandments, the oil crisis, the Middle East, immigration, global warming and a host of other issues that concern most Americans.

The author suggests that the New York Times may have succumbed to a self-serving, self-imposed, self-righteous form of extortion from terrorists.

He examines how the press has and continually tries to influence the path of America through its biased reporting and skewed polls that are harmful to the American people and serve no one except their own agenda.

Throughout the book Solomon constantly asks the reader if they are outraged yet? If you are not, you will be as soon as you start to read "Where Did My America Go?"

No topic is safe. He makes a strong, compassionate and persuasive plea to join him on Flag Day, 2007 to wake up American politicians and tell them in a nonpartisan voice to "Bring Back My America."

If you are ready for the next "Boston Tea Party," this is the book for you.

A must read, especially in today's political enviornment.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781425966188
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 10/9/2006
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2007

    Wake up America before it's too late!

    Michael Solomon has written a wide ranging and disturbing book. He asks us to question many of the complacencies inherent in life in America, and to remember an earlier time when we took responsibilities for our actions and were proud to be Americans. He strongly makes the case to be extremely vigilant against the decline in the core American values of self-resilience and hard work and to the creeping lassitude of life in a digital age. He cautions us to be vigilant of the media and to look behind the ease and sensationalism of modern nano -second reporting. It's dominance by Politicians and Celanthropists, Dilettantes, beating their drums and marching to the beat of their own publicity machines. He implores us to use our common sense, to step behind the Front Page Headlines, to question sources and to strive to get past the fluff into the depth of the issues. He postulates a lifetime of inquiry, of personal growth, community involvement and Pride in the transforming capabilities of the American System. Michael's heroes are the working men and women of America, raising families, running businesses, trying to make sense of it all. He makes a strong case about the damaging affects of Hollywood and the media on the already difficult job of raising children and is virulent in his attacks on educational policies that seem at best to be misguided or at worse positively insane. In addition, the specter of 80,000 registered sex offenders missing and possibly 'living next door' is especially horrific. He makes a strong case for Tort Reform and for reducing American dependence on Foreign oil production. He is adamant in his defense of Weapons of Mass Destruction as a bi-partisan shared legitimate fear before the Iraq invasion, and makes an interesting if contrarian argument about the human contribution to Global Warming. All Great reading and worthy of further study. Michael wants us to embrace and engage the political system. He wants his readers empowered by the arguments for action in his book to assail the Political Structure. He admonishes us to unite on Flag Day, Thursday, June 14, 2007 and armed with the digital Tools of the Age, e-mail and fax our Leaders, Senators, Congresspersons, Governors and the Justices of the US Supreme Court Send them this message: 'I am mad as hell and I will not take it any longer. I want my America Back.' If you care anything about America, you must read this book. Gerard McKeon, is the Publisher Black Tie Magazine

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2007

    Dismantling the Left & Right Rhetoric to get to the heart of America

    Michael Solomon is dismantling the Right and Left and is getting to the heart of America. The author is just an ordinary citizen who has had enough of the rhetoric from both sides of the political aisle. His voice has not been heard until now. So get ready. In his book he examines what has transpired throughout the last millennium and crossing in the new century. The author tackles sesitive issues in America today over which many people have expressed their anger but only in private circles. No topic is safe as he examines the war in Iraq, the media, education, tort reform, racial discrimination, issues surrounding the Ten Commandments, the oil crisis, global warming and a host of others concerns most Americans have. He believes that the ACLU is on a path to overthrow the government of the United States through political correctness with the help of the far left media and secular progressives. Throughout his book Solomon, continually asks his reader, 'Are you outraged yet?' The author believes it is time to fight back. He has developed a plan to 'Bring Back America.' Get ready for the next revolution. This is a must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2006

    Where Did My America Go?

    I felt the author's anger and emotions right from the introduction. I couldn't put this book down. The more I read, the more I became angry and emotional. What a page turner. This book sure opened my eyes. American culture is in real trouble. If you want to know how much this is a must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2006

    Where Did My America Go?

    When you buy this book, buy two. Give one to a friend. This is one of the best Political books I ever read. It speaks for all of us who are fed up with the hipocracy in politics.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2007

    Where Did My America Go?

    Michael Solomon tells it like it is and holds no punches. His book thrusts a wooden stake into the heart of America¿s unchecked political correctness that pits each of us against the other. And it's no accident when you know the facts that Michael presents in his new book, 'Where did my America go?' Michael writes about political correctness as a dangerous sticky tar that tarnishes everything in its path, repurposing most aspects of life that had been uniquely good about living in America. The subhead of his book, 'Get ready for the next Boston Tea Party,' says it all, reflecting his personal plan to take back America with a huge write-in by millions of Americans on Flag Day in 2007. He invites you to come join others around the country as they make ready for the next peaceful American Revolution. Michael was the recipient of 19 medals for meritorious and exceptional police work while serving the New York City Police Department for 15 years.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2006

    Where Did My America Go?

    Michael Solomon tells it like it is and holds no punches. His book thrusts a wooden stake into the heart of America¿s unchecked political correctness that pits each of us against the other. And it's no accident when you know the facts that Michael presents in his new book, 'Where did my America go?' Michael writes about political correctness as a dangerous sticky tar that tarnishes everything in its path, repurposing most aspects of life that had been uniquely good about living in America. The subhead of his book, 'Get ready for the next Boston Tea Party,' says it all, reflecting his personal plan to take back America with a huge write-in by millions of Americans on Flag Day in 2007. He invites you to come join others around the country as they make ready for the next peaceful American Revolution. Michael was the recipient of 19 medals for meritorious and exceptional police work while serving the New York City Police Department for 15 years.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2006

    One of the best books I have read

    Run don't walk to your nearest book store and buy two copies. Buy one for a friend. This is one of the best books I have ever read. The author had the courage to put on paper the things that I have been thinking about for years but didn't express in public. He shows his deep love for America and for the foundation it was built on. Thank you for speaking up for me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2006

    Where Did My America Go?

    Run, don't walk to your nearest bookstore. Buy two copies one for a friend. This is one of the best books I ever read. It speaks for all Americans.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2006

    Where Did My America Go?

    It is hard to believe that someone finally has the courage to put his feelings on paper. They are also the closeted feelings of many Americans. This is a must read to stop the political civil war in America. God Bless the Author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2006

    Where Did My America Go?

    If there is one thing I learned from this book it is, before I ever vote again I now know to get the facts first. Great reading I loved every page of it. It sure opened my eyes.

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