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The Progressive Squeeze: Jobs, Economy & Laws

The Progressive Squeeze: Jobs, Economy & Laws

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Lunghezza: 116 pagine33 minuti

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The Progressive Squeeze: Jobs, Economy, Laws, ObamaCare, Racism & Crime by attorney James A. Jackson is a must read before the USA 2012 elections.

You can use this book in a serious but fun way to discuss with your kids (middle school and older) the USA elections in 2012, politics in general and the important things in life. (View it on a Kindle Fire or I-Pad as many of the pictures are in color.)

One important thing to talk with kids about is what makes America exceptional. One reason is that the USA is a country where people are treated equally before the laws.

However, with the Progressives/Liberals in charge the last four years government officials more and more pick and choose which laws they will enforce.

Take for example Seattle, WA where the City Attorney took it upon himself to decide which laws to enforce. He decided that enforcement of fines for driving with a suspended license was racist -- so he stopped enforcing the law. What??

I was struck by the Story 20, Once a Refuge Always a Refuge. If the PLO truly expect the the USA and Europe to pay the bills for the foreseeable future for their refuges - and they give those refugees no rights of citizenship -- how will that mess ever get resolved?

And then there's Story 33 about a USA town that criminalizes artificial turf for front yards but not back yards. What kind of a mindset does that?

Do your kids or you realize that slavery still goes on and that blacks enslave other blacks? Look at Story 18, Slavery for Real. That's disquieting.

And then there's Story 33 about a USA town that criminalizes artificial turf for front yards but not back yards. What kind of a mindset does that?

You can read and re-read these Stories with your kids. And together think about the Important Stuff - like what kind of an America do you want for your children's children?

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The Progressive Squeeze: Jobs, Economy & Laws

Azioni libro

Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

The Progressive Squeeze: Jobs, Economy & Laws

Lunghezza: 116 pagine33 minuti

Descrizione

The Progressive Squeeze: Jobs, Economy, Laws, ObamaCare, Racism & Crime by attorney James A. Jackson is a must read before the USA 2012 elections.

You can use this book in a serious but fun way to discuss with your kids (middle school and older) the USA elections in 2012, politics in general and the important things in life. (View it on a Kindle Fire or I-Pad as many of the pictures are in color.)

One important thing to talk with kids about is what makes America exceptional. One reason is that the USA is a country where people are treated equally before the laws.

However, with the Progressives/Liberals in charge the last four years government officials more and more pick and choose which laws they will enforce.

Take for example Seattle, WA where the City Attorney took it upon himself to decide which laws to enforce. He decided that enforcement of fines for driving with a suspended license was racist -- so he stopped enforcing the law. What??

I was struck by the Story 20, Once a Refuge Always a Refuge. If the PLO truly expect the the USA and Europe to pay the bills for the foreseeable future for their refuges - and they give those refugees no rights of citizenship -- how will that mess ever get resolved?

And then there's Story 33 about a USA town that criminalizes artificial turf for front yards but not back yards. What kind of a mindset does that?

Do your kids or you realize that slavery still goes on and that blacks enslave other blacks? Look at Story 18, Slavery for Real. That's disquieting.

And then there's Story 33 about a USA town that criminalizes artificial turf for front yards but not back yards. What kind of a mindset does that?

You can read and re-read these Stories with your kids. And together think about the Important Stuff - like what kind of an America do you want for your children's children?

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