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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Will America Survive to 2025?

The NBC poll reports that 74% of Americans think our government is taking us in the wrong direction. A new book by Patrick Buchanan called Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025? will help readers to understand why. This book explains in depressing detail why grassroots Americans are convinced that our government is taking us in the wrong direction and over a cliff before our children and grandchildren can ever achieve the American dream.

Buchanan explains how the America most adults grew up in is fast disappearing. Americans resent the dictatorial, undemocratic way that the media, academia, the bureaucracy, and the courts have spit on the foundations of our culture. Those elite opinion sources have carried on a war against our Judeo-Christian faith, traditional marriage, and our patriotic belief that America is exceptional and should be militarily superior. They have trashed and tried to abolish symbols we cherish such as the Pledge of Allegiance and the Ten Commandments. They have mocked our Christian faith in the schools, movies and TV.

Those same elitists, using the power of government, have destroyed the economic stability of the family by legalizing unilateral divorce, giving enormous taxpayer subsidies to single moms which discriminate against marriage, adopting so-called free-trade policies that sent millions of good jobs overseas, meanwhile importing millions of foreigners from Third World countries to take the remaining jobs away from Americans.

Buchanan cherishes the hope that our political leaders will, in time, recognize that enough Americans still want to remain one nation under God and one people united by history, heritage and language. He gives specific suggestions for how we can avoid driving off the cliff into national suicide. The name of this new book by Patrick Buchanan is Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?

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