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I’m proud to announce my first book on this monumental day in our history (January 20, 2017). As we move forward, there is a lot to be done. Everyone I’ve ever met can learn from this book. I’ve grown a lot over these past couple months while researching for the publication (since Election Day). I was 100 pages in and then the file got deleted! So I wrote it all again. The following is the combination of beautiful and tragic stories that “They” don’t want Americans to see side by side. I present this piece to the world as educational material over anything else, and I dedicate it to my family, friends, state and country. RIP Carter Jordan. This one is for you too bro.

I understand that this particular plugin might be hard to use on some mobile devices. If you access this page on a computer, you’ll have the option to full screen the file with the box. Thank you for your contributions. Or view the book without the Flipbook app – here.




The follow-up single to the book “Back To Work” is now available for stream and download, and “The Midwest Renaissance” covers ensuing releases.

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