Palm Harbor, FL (PRWEB) September 8, 2010
On September 9, 2010, Stan Klos will take the stage at the 'March On Washington DC 2010' event. The subject of his address will include '13 Historic Ways To Restore US Prosperity'.
It is a fact that most Americans believe the USA is experiencing tough times unlike any suffered in recent history. A high percentage of Americans feel that recovery may not be possible. Eminent historian and 1994 Senate Nominee Stan Klos holds a different point of view and a more optimistic perspective. He will offer his views at the historic 'March On Washington DC 2010' event to be held September 9 through September 12 in Washington DC. Klos does not offer mere opinions. In his latest book 'Economic Home Runs: Effective US Historic Solutions To Current American Challenges', he offers 13 very specific ways to restore US prosperity.
"Today," Klos stated, "with the federal debt soaring, off shore oil exploration in doubt, real estate foreclosures at an all time high and Europe slipping on Greece, the United States is facing dire economic and governmental challenges. Many Americans doubt America can recover and believe the United States is in a state of rapid decline. I disagree and offer 13 Historic Ways to Restore US prosperity. The Santayana quotation that "those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it" implies that we can learn from the past to avoid errors. This book has taken the positive step of looking to the road map of American history for guidance in choosing the right path to economic and political prosperity."
In a recent press release, a spokesman for the Washington DC event organizers stated: "With the November 2nd elections just 7 weeks from the September 2010 event, the timing could not be better. Once again Americans from every corner of the nation will unite on Capitol Hill for a nonpartisan march and rally. This year there will be no doubt this is a "We the People, For the People, By the People" event. Not one dime will be accepted from corporate sponsors, PAC's, political parties or political organizations. All of our board members have a complete understanding that they will not receive any remuneration for their services."
"The equally well known quotation," Klos continued, "from Ecclesiastes 'What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun' applies to our current economic troubles. Our American forefathers faced unimaginably greater difficulties then we do today. Their struggles, successes, and the solutions achieved over the last 200-years provide us with 20/20 foresight; if only we look in the rear view mirror."
"The citizens are not at a loss on what to do; they just lost their voice in the House of Representatives to enact common sense solutions to end special interest government. The States are not at a loss on what to do; they just lost their voice in the U.S. Senate to free themselves of unfunded federal mandates and burdensome federal laws that challenge the sovereignty they were bequeathed under the 10th Amendment. This book is a must read for anyone concerned about the direction of the United States and is looking for solutions to restore American Prosperity."
The 2010 Event will take place from the 9th - 12th of September. The "official" web site for the event is located at http://www.MarchOnDC.org . Mr. Klos' presentation with be at 3:00pm, September 9, 2010, Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC. Stan Klos is available for media interview and can be reached using the information below or by email using the contact information below. Autographed first edition copies of 'Economic Home Runs: Effective US Historic Solutions To Current American Challenges' are available at http://www.EconomicHomeRuns.com .
Stanley L. Klos is a historian, adjunct professor, author, entrepreneur, and former Italian Basketball Association player. He was the WV U.S. Senate Republican Nominee in 1994 challenging Robert C. Byrd signing the "Contract with America."
Stan's education includes a BA in American Studies & Zoology, MA in Rhetorical Theory & Historic Public Address and a Ph. D Candidacy in Communications and Marketing. He attended, respectively, St. Peter's College, Idaho State University and The Pennsylvania State University. In 1983, upon the discovery of 18th Century Philadelphia shipping records in his attic, Stan began to acquire historic documents. Since then, he has authored numerous publications while assembling ephemera collections that have headlined a plethora of universities, national historic sites, libraries, and museums special exhibits. His most recent exhibit, Forgotten Founders: Historic Documents and Medallions of Freedom, was featured at the 2008 RNC Convention's Civic Fest. Stan has keynoted numerous special events including the Franklin D. Roosevelt American Heritage Center Museum's grand opening and the 2003 re-entombment of First Lady Martha & President Samuel Huntington. His founding U.S. History work has appeared in hundreds of print and digital publications including U.S. News & World Report 2006 cover story, "Washington? Get In Line" & the Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History: Plots To Kill Lincoln." He has authored three books, President Who? Forgotten Founders , The Rise of the U.S. Presidency and the Forgotten Capitols & Happy Birthdays USA.
Stan is an avid real estate historic preservationist who has re-developed 32 historically significant properties ranging from Vaudeville theaters to Revolutionary War Taverns in four states. He is a co-founder of various historic pursuits including the James Monroe Birthplace Commission and Dinosaur Safaris, Inc., in Shell, Wyoming which unearthed five articulated dinosaurs from the Jurassic period.
In 1999 Stan established an innovative internet education company, Virtualology.com which enjoys over 500,000 pages views a day. As a real estate entrepreneur he acquired RE/MAX of Pennsylvania NW. He managed a marketing mix that increased yearly commission revenue from $240K to $36 million in 12 years. Stan participated, as a Regional Owner, in the executive mastermind that expanded RE/MAX into the world's largest real estate entity. He is the President of the ROI.us Corporation
Stan was an Italian Basketball Association player for Amaro Harrys competing out of Bologna. He was the Captain of a U.S. Basketball Team, which competed in a 1978 European International Tournament. Stan has served on diverse boards including the WV Independent Colleges & Universities, Pittsburgh YMCA Family Camp, and the Mercy Center of NJ. Stan is the father of eight children residing in Palm Harbor, Florida.