Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
With the upcoming presidential election, citizens, pundits and government officials alike are debating what is best for the future of the United States of America. When asked of his inspiration for writing his new book questioning the current state of the U.S. government, “Halftime in America: The Challenge Years: Fighting to Stop Progressive Tyranny in the United States” (published by iUniverse), author Dan S. Wible said, “I wrote this book to answer the question: What would our Constitution look like if a dozen or so of our Founding Fathers teleported through time today, saw what was happening, discussed how to alter the Constitution to plug the holes and mature the document to be the best possible constitution, and then teleported back, pushing for this matured and refined document?”
“Halftime in America” documents the behavior of the Federal government, the press and the president over the past four years. Wible observes the weaknesses that he believes have infiltrated the economy over the past generation to come to a head just prior to President Barack Obama taking the reins.
Wible writes about current events, and his attention spans the globe in a wide array of subject matter, presenting a broad description of his ideas on how to best organize society under a limited government with a strong bill of rights.
“It finds the underlying agenda of this president, and the complicit covering of his true agenda by the press and the Fed,” Wible explains.
About the Author
Dan S. Wible is an eighth-generation U.S. citizen whose forefathers emigrated from Germany. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Washington. He has started two businesses – one in the automotive aftermarket world and one in the commercial and scientific exploration of the underwater world. He lives in Washington.
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