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America: We Have The Country We Want by Mark Mullen

America: We Have The Country We Want by Mark Mullen

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Mark Mullen
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America, We Have the Country We Want

Americans are comfortable with their surroundings and want to cling onto the familiar, even when the familiar is bad for us. Don't believe me? Just ask a cigarette smoker how many times they have quit smoking. Mark Mullen analyzes failures of business, media, politicians, education & society. Discusses throw away employees, college for all, religion, guns, and more.

˃˃˃ Failures of Corporate America
In this book, Mullen examines some the failures of corporate America including the violation of sacred trusts between employer and employee; vanishing retirement; and the throw away employee.

˃˃˃ America and Education
The role of education and a few of the most popular education myths used by politicians and the media are examined. The topics of entry level skills gap, STEM, and college for everyone are explored.

˃˃˃ Politics and Blame
American politicians like to play the blame game. Over spend budgets, and then blame the rich; ignore policies that produce jobs, and then blame the CEO's for being over paid; need more money, blame the treasury for not printing enough. But politicians are not the only ones who blame. Society has been institutionalized and rewarded for blaming others for our blunders. In this chapter Mullen examines these and other topics.

˃˃˃ Religion & Guns
The First and Second Amendments of the Constitution continue to be the most controversial and talked about government pieces of legislation of all time. Both amendments have a following of interpreters on what the founding fathers really meant. In this chapter, Mullen frames his common sense views surrounding religious holiday displays, religion in school, the war of religion, and the war on guns.

˃˃˃ Media
Why does the media exist? Mullen examines that very question in this chapter. He touches on TV and newspaper reporting and the entertainment style of news. He looks at some of the external factors that shape what you see, hear, and read. And finally, Mullen takes a peek at social media and its unintended consequence of quarantining its users.

Scroll up and grab a copy today. Find the answers to these questions are in this information filled book that every American should own.


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