Based on interviews of military veterans by the authors, this book explains why so many of our American military heroes—those willing to put their lives on the line to protect the United States—now question if our nation is still the country they fought for.
What is happening to our country? This question is heard more and more frequently these days as Americans worry about the unrelenting attacks by so-called progressives on the foundation, core values, and history of our nation. Nobody is more concerned than those Americans who volunteered to serve in uniform and willingly put their lives on the line to protect the United States and all it represents. Based on interviews by the authors, this book explains why many of our American heroes believed in and loved our nation enough to go into harm’s way to defend it, and why so many of them now question if America is still the country they fought for. More importantly, it asks—is America still worth fighting for?
|Publisher:||Post Hill Press|
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About the Author
David Goetsch is a Marine Corps veteran and member of the Florida Veteran’s Hall of Fame (Class of 2016). While serving in the Marine Corps, he received the George Washington Medal of Freedom from the Freedoms Foundation in Valley Forge. Dr. Goetsch is a professor of business, Christian counselor, and author of seventy-six books. Several of his books are bestsellers that have been translated into various foreign languages.
Table of Contents
Introduction Is This the America We Fought For? 1
Chapter 1 Growing Acceptance of Socialism 19
Chapter 2 Second Amendment Attacks 49
Chapter 3 Historical Revisionism: Denying America's Christian Heritage 70
Chapter 4 Secular Humanism, Moral Relativism, and Political Correctness 95
Chapter 5 Politics of Destruction and Character Assassination 120
Chapter 6 Porous Borders and Sanctuary Cities 144
Chapter 7 Cultural Coarsening 165
Chapter 8 Anti-Christian, Anticonservative Bias in Higher Education and the Media 194
Chapter 9 Disrespect for the Flag and the National Anthem 218
Conclusion Stand Up and Speak Out 245