What People Are Saying About My Books
This is a great book. Even if you end up not of the viewpoint of the author, he does such a good job informing the reader of so many different topics regarding our politics. He wrote it in an endeavor to increase knowledge, and so long as one reads it, that is exactly what it would accomplish. Everything from understanding what gerrymandering or lobbying is, to knowing various legal pushes that have been made and passed or failed (attempts to regulate lobbying, PPACA, the debt ceiling issues, the shrinking middle class, NSA issues and so much more). The author goes through “Compromise, Ranker, Affluence, Policy, and Stupidity” (or CRAPS) and how they affect our government. Rather than leaving our government to luck, like a casino table, we need to understand our government and where we stand on the issues so that we can make a difference.
Tom is asked about his views on the political scene, Some topics include the power behind Regan, the war in Iraq, Alan Greenspan,the Bush and Obama presidencies, Boehner, Monica Lewinsky, guns, and the next presidential election.
The author knows his stuff and gives honest opinions. All this in the span of fourteen pages. Highly recommended as a entertaining and informative read.
An impressive story about the author’s life.
I felt compelled by the honesty and openly Tom narrates his life an how, from all the adversities and tribulations that came one after another, he was able to learn and to get the necessary strength to continue living with energy and willingness to do more.
I liked the openness and sincerity in touching very personal aspects of his life. It’s very hard to find such a person that, by sharing his experience, may inspire others to appreciate what they have in life.