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The World According To Tom Ufert

Meet Tom Ufert one of the most interesting political commentators of our time. At age 23 he was the youngest artistic Board Chairman in the United States as head of the Shreveport Summer Music Festival. Click To Buy Here:

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Adversity Builds Character

From an early age, author Tom Ufert can remember his grandmother proclaiming that adversity builds character. At the time, he didn’t completely understand what it meant-or know that he would actually live it. Click To Buy Here:

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A Call To Action

Everyone says they’re fed up with the partisan rancor, inefficient government, and the “blame games.” People cry for leadership and apathetically accept the status quo. Click To Buy Here:

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Tom Ufert

Tom Ufert, a 49-year-old quadriplegic afflicted with three different disabilities is an inspirational voice in our troubled times.

He received his bachelor of arts in political science and history as a scholarship recipient from Centenary College of Louisiana. Tom is a former Rotary International graduate Fellow who attended Australian National University in Canberra, ACT, specializing in East Asian political affairs and was a White House Fellow nominee.

He is a former Lyndon Baines Johnson Congressional Intern and constituency aid for two former United States members of Congress. His past services for 11 political campaigns on both sides of the aisle were highly valued by former Louisiana Governor Charles “Buddy” Roemer, Henson Moore the former assistant chief of staff to U.S. Vice President George H.W. Bush, and the present U.S. Trade Ambassador, Ron Kirk.


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Disabled Political Activist, Author and 2016 Presidential Candidate Tom Ufert is on Renowned GNF Radio Show

July 24th, 2015|0 Comments

Your Chance to s/w or pose questions to Tom Ufert for President 2016​ and […]

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July 21st, 2015|0 Comments

Frankly America the time is long over due for our political system to have a major gut wrenching enema to clear out […]

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Confederate Flag Debate: Symbol of Heritage or Hate?

July 13th, 2015|0 Comments

It’s 2015 – Are We Really Having This Debate?

The Civil War ended 150 years ago.  Get over it…the South lost!  It was […]

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Amazing Week on the Road to a More Perfect Union

June 28th, 2015|0 Comments

The 5-4 Supreme Court decision on Friday confirmed by law what American society has long debated on moral grounds for decades.

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.
EXTREMELY Informative, By Nicole
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.

Courageous!, By Eduard Lopez