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From a Culture of Dependency to a Culture of Success
 reveals how more and more Americans are missing out on the greatness of their country; its passion for excellence, its commitment to the dignity and self-worth of each individual, and its belief that every person has the right to achieve their own vision for success.  Chaos, confusion, disappointment, and hopelessness have pushed and pulled Americans into a state of dependency.

From the individual, to the family, to our local communities, Americans are constantly looking for others to solve the problems and challenges they face. This has lead to victimology, class warfare, and ultimately bad public policy where a culture of dependency is becoming the new normal.

As people think themselves into believing that they can’t make it on their own they are rejecting their own potential and capacity to act. Worse, they are missing out on the person they were destined to become.

Go beyond the headlines and discover what is really driving a culture of dependency. Discover how deficit thinking is being used by politicians, bureaucrats, and the private sector elite to turn America into a dependency society.  From a Culture of Dependency to a Culture of Success brings a sense of clarity to the problems facing America by offering not just solutions but fundamental reasons why America is becoming a dependency state.  

From a Culture of Dependency to a Culture of Success is filled with compelling insights that helps you focus on what’s right about America and the American people.  By reading this book you will become enthusiastic, not just about America’s potential, but your own.  Members of the media and higher education faculty members can receive a complementary copy by contacting the publisher at (888) 795-4274 x. 7879.

Success is Within Your Grasp - America can return to a Culture of Success by rejecting the growth and expansion of government - as did our Founders - where each American uses their own strengths to create their own success.  Through strength-based thinking, Americans only have to look at their historical ancestors to realize success is within their grasp.  History has shown when Americans rely on their own strengths and are committed to hard work, patience, and perseverance, anything is possible. 

Government is not the Solution - History has shown the American people that government is not the solution to ending poverty, joblessness, crime, or other social maladies.  Not only does government not solve our problems it creates new ones.  Most Americans understand that big government programs and big government spending increases costs for individual Americans, families and communities.  Before government big dollar programs, health care in the US was affordable and accessible to most Americans.  Before the War on Poverty, Americans had the highest standard of living in the world. Before big government education bureaucrats, our public schools were the best in the world.  From transportation to the food we eat, government bureaucracy has created many more problems than it has solved. Just ask your local business person, doctor, teacher, architect, or farmer if government helps or restrains their success.  Better yet, ask yourself.





Are We Under Attack?

The United States is the strongest Country in the world. Yet, we are behaving like victims. We are allowing Moslem countries to control our energy policies and turn our Country into a police state. Instead of protecting the American people from foreign aggression, our leaders view American patriots as a threat. Worse, the enemy views us as weak, cowards who are unwilling to stand for what we believe and defend ourselves. The goal of the Moslem world is to take over the United States and they are winning the war. What the US State Department refuses to acknowledge is that Moslem terrorists could not wage a war again the US without the support and money they receive from oil producing Moslem nations. Moslem countries could eliminate the terrorists in a New York minute.

Is the entire Western United States under attack? Our enemy is destroying our natural resources and economy without a single response from the US government? As the NSA listens to our telephone conversations, reads our emails, and analyzes our social media posts, the rich oil producing nations of the world are sponsoring a well trained enemy to start fires across the American West. This is not a conspiracy but based on the documents that have been found by our military.

See the video below on FIRE WARFARE.


Why Hasn't President Obama Approved the Keystone XL Pipeline?  

Thousands of American jobs haven’t been created because President Obama and Washington bureaucrats haven’t approved the full Keystone pipeline. At a time of high unemployment, thousands of well-paying U.S. jobs could boost our economy. Click here to sign our letter to support the pipeline!

Tell Lawmakers: Don’t Block New American Jobs!

The State Department just released a new study which confirms there are no legitimate.

The Keystone XL pipeline will achieve three important goals for our country: creating jobs, strengthening our national security and promoting economic growth.

Thousands of well-paying U.S. jobs that could boost our economy are stuck in red tape in Washington while the pipeline awaits approval.

Fixing our economy won’t happen on its own. We need your help! Let’s get our economy moving again.  Tell the State Department: you believe Keystone XL is in the nations best interest. Click here to sign the letter of support.


A Little Rebellion Now and then is a Good Thing

The words in the Declaration of Independence, We hold these truths to be self evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, are not just being ignored by most political leaders, the words are being rejected.  

First, the expansion of government and bureaucracy shows that Politeers (politicians that encourage dependency on government) believe government can do things for people that they cannot do for themselves.  The words of Jefferson, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, state that every American has the same rights and liberty to act on their own behalf; that self-governance is indivisible and that government has no authority to regulate that which naturally belongs to the people.  The federal government was not created to solve individual problems and it was not designed by the Founders to create a state of dependency.

Second, when combined with the words, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, clearly, the Founders had a deep respect and regard for our person and property.   Each American is given the opportunity to transform their talents into strengths by acquiring the requisite knowledge and skills.  While our political, economic, and social landscape is highly diverse, the Founders had the wisdom and foresight to realize that voluntarism among Americans was a much more powerful response to individual, family and community problems than government meddling and intervening into the private and personal lives of Americans.  The Founders knew that a strong centralized government was essential to the health and welfare of the American people but only for their protection from foreign and domestic threats.  The Founders were clear (by adhering to the philosophy of negative liberty) that when it came to the day-to-day lives of Americans, the role of federal government was only to ensure that those sacred words of our Declaration of Independence were protected and sustained for Americans and future generations of Americans. 

The Founders created a partnership between the American people and their government and that if this partnership deteriorated and those in power assumed greater authority and control than the Constitution permitted, the American people were obligated to revolt and fight with the same dedication as their political ancestors.   For this is what the American experiment is about; the realization that liberty is a constant struggle and that the hunt for power is consuming and most dangerous when it is unattended.  As the Author of the Declaration so clearly stated:  I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.