Well, as promised, the book is here, and some of you readers are in it. But you’re gonna have to buy it to see what’s in it.
Acclaimed writer Stella Paul takes us on a tragicomic tour of what’s gone missing in America, during our Golden Age of Hope and Change. With the biting wit familiar to readers of American Thinker, Stella unleashes a barrage of one-liners that summon up the lost world of American greatness.
In chapters ranging from Having Money to Truth to Journalism, Stella inventories the American treasures have been snatched from under our noses. To read What I Miss About America is to time travel to the age of American confidence and achievement, and to realize the extent to which our country has been fundamentally transformed.
But What I Miss About America does more than document what we’ve lost; it provides inspiration to get it back. “I’ve had a lifelong love affair with America, and I’m not quitting now. There’s nowhere else to go,” writes Stella Paul. “Let’s figure out exactly what we’re missing, so we can rebuild and restore it. And next time, let’s keep a closer watch on our national treasures.”
- When the American Dream wasn’t Food Stamps and Disability
- A government that doesn’t push junk science, junk bonds, and TSA agents who touch your junk
- When ObamaCare wasn’t shovel-ready for Grandma
- Food prices that don’t skyrocket and NASA space missions that do
- Filling up my gas tank for less than the GNP of Burundi
- A president with more financial credibility than an email scam from Nigeria.