FROM HEALTHCARE TO CZARS: Why the Public is Losing Trust in the President

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The newly released book, "Darwin's Racists - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" by Sharon Sebastian and Raymond G. Bohlin, reveals the mind-set of Social Darwinism that is today ravaging 21st century American society.

…this book is for everyone who cares about today's culture and the future of the nation's children and grandchildren.

Vague speech, bad math, mystery funding, shadowy czars and vilification of opposition are sounding alarm bells with the American people. Distrust of the government is erupting across America as people cry too much, too soon, too wrong. The roots of proposed "change" to all things American have a deep history as explained in the new book "Darwin's Racists - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow".

What impact is Darwinian evolution having on today's health care proposals, the threat to rights and freedoms, a squeeze on the middle class, the current building of racial and class tensions, the appointment of czars and the devaluing of life from pre-cradle to grave? The newly released book, "Darwin's Racists - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" by Sharon Sebastian and Raymond G. Bohlin, reveals the mind-set of Social Darwinism that is today ravaging 21st century American society. With a sense of urgency, the book addresses the reader on a very personal level regarding who they are and how they think of others.

Readers have a right to know where they came from and if they are being told the truth? What links them to the world's worst mass murderers, being judged by the color of their skin, current and future healthcare, and today's school curriculum? Mere generations ago, a man named Charles Darwin introduced his Theory of Evolution which permeates today's society. Its premise is that some groups of people are inferior or "unfit" and, thereby, less useful or worthy of society's resources. As a result, millions have suffered or died when targeted by class, race or disability.

There are those who say that this same philosophy that became the foundation for Marxism and socialism and helped fuel Hitler's ovens, has crept into America's school system when no one was watching. Others contend that evolution, which was rooted in racist and class elitism and is today being taught, makes some "superior" and more "fit" to live on the planet. How does this impact America's families? Who is fit enough? Who survives? Who decides? Why are these questions again part of today's headlines?

Sharon Sebastian asks, "Is America one nation under God or one nation under Darwin? As two worldviews of race and class collide, it is time for Americans to decide what they believe regardless of their social status, color of skin or political persuasion."

About the authors: Sharon Sebastian and Raymond G. Bohlin, Ph.D.

Sharon Sebastian is a writer in a variety of disciplines and has appeared in most media and commercial formats. With a degree in Communications, she is a public speaker with an international marketing background. She has long held a deep curiosity about Darwinian evolution since seeing an ape-to-man chart at an early age. She has now found some answers all Americans must know. To quote a review: "…this book is for everyone who cares about today's culture and the future of the nation's children and grandchildren." (http://www.Darwin'sRacists.com)

Raymond G. Bohlin, Ph.D., has a doctorate in Molecular and Cell biology and a M.S. in population genetics. Dr. Bohlin is President of Probe Ministries, a Discovery Institute Fellow, graduate of the University of Illinois, the University of North Texas and the University of Texas at Dallas. He is a writer of numerous scientific books and articles, public speaker, radio commentator and has lectured and debated on dozens of college and university campuses addressing issues in the creation/evolution debate and other science-related issues such as the environment, genetic engineering, and medical ethics.

For more information, a copy of the book and to interview Sharon Sebastian on this very important topic. Please contact Mark Larson Media Services, Inc. phone (619) 542-7735.

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