Sal’s New Book: “The Declaration of Dependence: A Betrayal of the American Dream” “BOOK ONE: Media and the Government” is NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON.COM! Read this blog for a “Sneak-Peek”. From the deception of the media, social media’s control of public opinion, the rise of fake news, and the lasting impacts of the Obama administration. Sal walks the reader through how we became The Corporate States of America, and provides solutions on how to stay united to gain back our independence!
This blog is a quick, 10-point checklist to “keep in your pocket” for the next time you find yourself wooed by the sugar-coated messaging of Socialism. Historically, it hasn’t worked out well for countries that embrace it with open arms, so let’s use knowledge and information to prevent the same fate in the U.S.
Venezuela is a damning example that under Socialism, “free things” come at a hefty price. Now their entire country is riddled with corruption, and citizen protests are commonplace. As Americans, we should all take a good look at our own government, its leaders, and the true messaging behind progressive politics, so that we don’t suffer the same fate.
On paper, Socialism and Liberalism sound great! – Except when one understands the true intentions of the Democratic Party and the looming Big Brother of “The Shadow Government”.
In part 2 of this blog, Sal asks “What the hell is happening to our country”? With the Organic Act of 1871, the Corporate States of America was created. Now, with our collective dependence on social media, it’s never been easier for corporations to buy, sell, and use personal data with impunity- creating the illusion of free speech.
With Trump recently kicking off his reelection campaign in Orlando, Florida- both political parties are now gearing up for what may end up being the most exciting campaign race to date. In this blog, Sal lays out 7 key strategies Trump will need if he plans to win in 2020.
“You can’t believe everything you hear”- especially when it comes to the extreme bias shown by the media conglomerates. The “top stories” are often sold to the highest bidder- to where corporate or political sponsors use their influence to CREATE stories rather than REPORT them. Sal outlines the history and reasons behind the deception and provides questions that every U.S. should be asking to help recognize American policy from planned agendas.