New Book Challenges Americans to Take Back Government

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Robert Alan’s “Politically Un-Correct” offers his advice for making government responsible

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Author Robert Alan, a military veteran, lifelong worker, and patriot, takes America’s politicians to task and calls for real leadership to get the country back on track in his new book “Politically Un-Correct: America’s Crisis and Some Ways We Can Save Our Country” (published by iUniverse).

Alan attacks wasteful spending by members of Congress, the policies of President Barack Obama, the abuse of foreign aid and offers a blueprint to solve what he believes to be the most serious problems, including eliminating the Senate and transferring its responsibilities to the House of Representatives, mandating that no one in the unicameral Congress serve more than eight years in office and passing an amendment that denies Congress the right to exempt itself from any laws.

The author says:

“Now, I find the social security trust fund looted and spent by Congress and now Congress calling social security an ‘entitlement’ I see social security being given to people that have not contributed to the fund while our Congress has voted themselves lavish benefits that most American taxpayers can only dream of having.”

“I hope this book,” Alan says, “will get all Americans back involved in saving America.”

About the Author
Robert Alan spent 29 years in Alaska working in the petroleum extraction industry and now owns his own business. He served in the military before going to college in the ‘60s. He’s been working since he was six years old. He lives in New England.

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