What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America

What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America

by Cal Thomas


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780310339465
Publisher: Zondervan
Publication date: 04/01/2014
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 1,244,080
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Cal Thomas is one of the most widely syndicated columnists in America. His fifty-year journalism career includes anchoring and reporting for KPRC-TV in Houston, NBC News in Washington, Fox News Channel and other outlets. For ten years he co-wrote the Common Ground column for USA Today with his colleague, Bob Beckel. A native of Washington, D.C. and graduate of American University, Thomas is married to Christie Jean ("CJ"). The couple live in Key Largo, Florida. Visit calthomas.com.

Table of Contents

Foreword Sean Hannity 9

Acknowledgments 11

Introduction 13

Part 1 Consult the Past and Use Common Sense

1 What Works: Going Forward 21

2 What Works: Overcoming 34

3 What Works: Worldviews 55

4 What Works: Two Kingdoms 67

5 What Works: Sex 83

Part 2 Concentrate on People, Not Politics

6 What Works: The Economy 95

7 What Works: Government 105

8 What Works: Care versus Cure 116

9 What Works: State Initiatives 133

10 What Works: The Family 145

Part 3 We Can Solve Our Problems

11 What Works: Crime and Violence 161

12 What (Doesn't) Work: Hate Mail 170

13 What Works: Everything Old Is New Again 177

14 What Works: We Can Solve Our Problems 188

Part 4 What Will Work

15 What Will Work: Global Power and the Position of the USA 197

16 What Will Work: A Microcosm of America 207

Permissions Credits 215

Notes 217

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BBCloverMA More than 1 year ago
We were very disappointed in this book. Instead of some reasonable non sectarian, non political comments and solutions to problems, it was more of a religious tract for Christians. Although I'm a Christian, I found it rather distasteful. There are many better ways to spend your time and money than on this book.