Political Correctness and the Death of Honesty

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Author Ray Martini seeks to bring back candid opinions, end fear of offending people.

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We need to re-open dialogue that has been closed off by fear of political correctness.

Former U.S. Marine and now author Ray Martini unveils his irreverent and no-holds-barred take on modern day U.S. politics and society in his new book, “I Could Just Scream!”

Countless Americans let their opinions go unheard in fear of being called out as not politically correct. Martini is tired of it. His book will appeal to independent minded Americans who have stayed silent or avoided speaking their mind at all just because a subject is sensitive.

Besides being a former U.S. Marine, Martini also lived through the Baby Boom. He has seen the landscape of public speech change firsthand.

“We’ve seen most of the social issues discussed in my book on the news all the time, but no one seems willing to talk about their impact or why they are allowed to continue,” Martini said.

“My book will probably offend a lot of people by discussing these hot-button topics, but that’s the point,” he continued. “We need to re-open dialogue that has been closed off by fear of political correctness.”

With “I Could Just Scream!” Martini hopes to splash cold water on the face of America.

For more information, visit http://www.raymartini.com/i-could-just-scream.html.

I Could Just Scream
By Ray Martini
ISBN: 978-1-4969-2401-8
Available in softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Books and Authorhouse

About the author
Ray Martini has a BS in Construction Management and is a former U.S. Marine. He has written another book called “The Death of Leadership”. He has been married 44 years and has one son.

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