Who is Destroying America?

Allan Stover (Author)
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Description

Islamic terrorists, the United Nations, illegal immigration and our porous border, criminals, religion in America, the ACLU, the liberal agenda for America, abortion, our liberal courts, drugs, gun control, politicians, public prayer, reverse racism, traitors, our liberal media, the decline of morals, and other controversial issues of today are analyzed and the truth on them reported. Mr. Stover's revised and updated columns from the former Toogood Reports and his other columns make for great reading. Who is Still Destroying America? is as controversial as it is educational and eye-opening. It'll get you riled up and raring to fight back against the evil ones who are leading America down its destructive path.

Product Details

Price
$8.99
Publisher
Black Lacquer Press & Marketing Inc.
Publish Date
July 22, 2018
Pages
296
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.67 X 9.0 inches | 0.96 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781948288477
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About the Author

Allan C. Stover's first book (Dodd, Mead) received the National Science Teachers Association award as Outstanding Science Book. His next book (McGraw-Hill) was republished in Mandarin for Mainland China. His novels, The Evil Ones, was critically received. His book Underage and Under Fire (McFarland) fulfilled his dream of writing a book on his fellow underage veterans (those who manage to enlist under the legal age; he enlisted during the Korean War at age 14), all members of Veterans of Underage Military Service, Inc., a nonprofit association he founded and is a Past National Commander. Writer's Digest has awarded him five fiction and nonfiction awards. His works have appeared in numerous magazines and journals. He is a member of Authors Guild. Mr. Stover received his Master of Science degree from Vanderbilt University as Orrin Henry Ingram Scholar. He worked abroad as an electronic engineer for twenty years in Asia, Europe, South America, and the Middle East; survived a terrorist attack in Sri Lanka; and lived in the Philippines when President Marcos became dictator.