Amazon Kindle Shorts: Buy the Two Best Sellers That Explain Both Trump’s Accidental Win and the Soft Coup that Has Re-Booted….

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The Trump Revolution series has six (soon seven) Amazon Kindle Shorts. Most sell for 99 cents. The Accidental President, the only serious documented analysis with links on how Trump won at the last minute, against all odds, is $2.99. “Best Seller” means that the Soft Coup book is #1 in its Kindle category (and #50 in all books).

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Feb 14

Worth a Look: Parag Khanna on Technocracy & Democracy in America (Not Good Enough)

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American democracy just isn’t good enough anymore. A costly election has done more to divide American society than unite it, while trust in government–and democracy itself–is plummeting. But there are better systems out there, and America would be wise to learn from them.

In this provocative manifesto, globalization scholar Parag Khanna tours cutting-edge nations from Switzerland to Singapore to reveal the inner workings that allow them that lead the way in managing the volatility of a fast-changing world while delivering superior welfare and prosperity for their citizens.

The ideal form of government for the complex 21st century is what Khanna calls a “direct technocracy,” one led by experts but perpetually consulting the people through a combination of democracy and data.

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Jan 20

Amazon Kindle Series: The Trump Revolution

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Dec 18

KINDLE: Reflections on The People’s Army, The Constitution, & Grand Strategy – What Nobody – Least of All Clinton or Trump – Wants to Talk About…

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The People’s Army – the Continental Army rooted in home-spun militias – was formed and fought and won a war before the U.S. Constitution was written and signed in 1787. The Constitution – and the Republic – exist because the People’s Army, the Continental Army led by George Washington – leveraged the twin advantages of a righteous cause and home court to eject what was then the greatest imperial power on the planet. Of the 55 men attending the Constitutional Convention, at least 29 served in the Continental Army, most of them in positions of command. Understanding the relationship between the people from whom the early militias were drawn, the Army, and the Constitution, is essential to evaluating where we fall short today.

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Sep 21