Turning Point

Turning Point

What Happened to Amelia Earhart?

eBook - 2015
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Each political cycle, candidates vying for public office warn that the upcoming election is the most important event of the millennium. For many whose names appear on a ballot, the statement is at least partially accurate: their political future rides on the outcome. The rest of us take such forebodings with a grain of salt. After all, how much damage can a single candidate (even a president) inflict given our time tested system of checks and balances? Turning Point makes the case for "plenty"; Barack Obama's transformative agenda has indeed remade America - to the detriment of our economy and culture. In his third book, Governor Robert L. Ehrlich details the considerable damage inflicted to date, while analyzing how progressive policy has made America a far more insecure and weaker country. Culled from published opinion pieces authored by the Governor over the last eight years, Turning Point is a concise, articulate indictment of Western European style progressivism brought to America by its most charismatic (and dangerous) salesman. The presidential election of 2016 is a pivotal one. As such, Ehrlich asks whether Obama's agenda is indeed America's future. In other words, has the cumulative impact of progressivism reached the point of no return - or - will the next election cycle be a turning point for the return of common sense conservatism? Those of you who subscribe to the former point of view will appreciate Turning Point's conclusions, if not the accompanying analysis, while readers belonging to the loyal opposition will find plenty of material to keep them up at night. Regardless of which side of the political spectrum you may identify with, however, all will find Governor Ehrlich's new book an enlightening, if not entertaining read. Enjoy...
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2015
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital
ISBN: 9781590793398
1590793390

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