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If, as my reader, you were born in the United States of America, then, unquestionably, you are an American cit zen afforded the same right as all Americans. Therefore, if we so desire, we can all plan and make a trip to Washington D.C. and take a tour of America's… Read More
quick read (less than 800 words): a story about a young boy and his nightmare; a commentary on the state of society. Read More

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It's 1939 in Parlor City in upstate New York and private investigator Mike Brady finds the rumblings in Europe are causing problems in his city. A missing husband, suspicious characters, and more keep Brady busy and looking over his shoulder. With his childhood friend, Jimmy Cronin, a Spanish Civil War… Read More
Written back in 2013, this fictional tale of poker playing buddies from different walks of life is especially relevant to what is taking place in various cities all around America today. Nationality is nothing more than a point of origin. Culture is nothing more than a given way of life.… Read More

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"This is hilarious and profound. Reminds me of the parties I used to go to. According to my DNA test, I am all of those and more. " Read More

Ever wonder who really rules and runs this world: The Power Behind The Thrones ... Read More
Written in 2013, this article is most relevant for what is taking place in America today as it is high time for the silent majority, not the loud mouthed or violence prone, to stand up and speak now before it is too late, because it is my personal opinion that… Read More

Featured Review by A.S COOPER

"I agree with everything you said. And now people don't speak up even when their own cities are being destroyed. Has the media simply conned ever..." Read More

An ugly ass poem setting forth a message that is not for everyone, except those willing to face a frankly truthful and harsh reality of our existence upon this planet ruled by those who feign to help us while helping themselves, feign to set us free while securing us as… Read More
Written in 2014, this opinionated article is most relevant in relation to the events now unfolding in America today ... Read More
It is alleged that Jesus said, "He who lives by the sword shall die by the sword," yet, it is also alleged that he instructed Peter to buy a sword. Why? Allow me to elaborate in expressing my personal thoughts on weapons that can quite easily be used to, either,… Read More

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We have a turn of event in the United States today that is setting the stage for eminent failure if something isn't done about it. The really sad part of this senario is that most Americans are not willing to look beyond their lusts, or for that matter, the end… Read More
Excerpt from article below: "Though, I am not a Globalist, but a Sovereign Nation Nationalist — please do rest assured that I do not speak of that form of racism shamefully touted as White Nationalism — who asserts that every individual in every land should have the right, as well… Read More
“Money is milk and milk is money, and money is power pouring endlessly into the black hole's insatiable appetite of this world's money milkers ...” — Marvin Thomas Cox Flynn Read More
Excerpt from article below: "Globalist Warming is a terminology of my own inspired contrivance as an attempt to convey a message of warning to my readers, a warning that I am shouting to the heavens above (no religious connotation intended) in a sincere attempt to awaken the sleeping masses of… Read More
A short story about hunting. Read More
A short examination of AO Hirschman’s thesis and its application to current events Read More
New York, 1980. A series of stories about New York in the 1980's. Read More
New York, 1967 In the height of the Vietnam War, and the Civil Rights Movement, Craig Harrison, a football player, experiences a heightened form of paranormal activity, that wreaks havoc for those who comes into contact with him, in the 1960's. Read More
New York, 1957. A look at America in the 1950's, when President Dwight Eisenhower was in charge of The White House, when the Manning family struggles to survive in the decade after the end of World War II. The new novel by Rob73. Read More
Dedicated to the soldiers who fought and died for the USA. Read More
NOTE: Test story going full story. Title and cover temporary. Katherine is a spunky colonial girl who was orphaned. She was taken under the wing of Mrs. Marshall, the wife of a plantation owner. However, Mrs. Marshall's motives are anything but altruistic. As Katherine must dance between the intersecting webs… Read More
A short story of an old man who is sitting under his favorite tree during the summer in East Tennessee Read More
A silly poem about my American holiday Read More
America, 1972. During the Watergate crisis, Andrea Marcher, a political journalist, investigates the death of Republican Senator Mitch Payton, Jr., whose scandalous life surfaces after two decades in power. As a result, Andrea places her life in grave danger. The first Peter Sanders political thriller novel. Read More
A Non-Fiction book about the life and crimes of American serial killer Ted Bundy, in the 1970's, and 1980's. Read More
To truly love one's nation, one must also accept and deal with the good and the bad, even if one finds that there may be more bad to be had than good to be understood ... Read More
Alison Poole is a New York book publisher, who isn't married. When her mother insists on finding her daughter a man of means, she decides to become more social, since she is now in her late twenties. The new modern romance novel by Robert Helliger. Read More

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Younger we are taught in school that America is for everyone. Land of the Free. Christopher Columbus, etc...then as you get older you realize not everything is true. Read More
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