70 Years of American Captivity has won the 2017 Book Excellence Awards in the Social/Political Change category. It is a Finalist in the 2017 Best Book Awards in the category of Law. The book is also a double Finalist in the 2017 IAN BOTY Awards in the categories of General Non-Fiction and History.
70 Years of American Captivity: The Politics of God, The Birth of a Nation and The Betrayal of Government
Have you ever asked yourself how our diverse nation got along to begin with and why we were able to work with one another up until the last fifty years?
First, let’s just state the obvious: The religious, agnostics and atheists aren’t leaving the country any time soon. 70 Years of American Captivity reveals documentary proof of a non-sectarian covenant agreement which applies to all Americans within our Federal Compact. You’ll learn how our diverse nation got along and continued to work out our differences while making it a birthplace of liberty and ingenuity. It takes a non-judgmental approach in proving God is NOT “judging” America, while revealing historic, scientific and documentary evidence the Federal government has broken its covenant to the citizens it swore to protect— and there are literal consequences to this breach which can be systematically explored.
Taking screen shots through 500 years of American history allows readers to become infused with a flavor for a very distinct American covenant: One which ties religious, economic and non-sectarian goals under one umbrella of Federal awareness.
Factual history and modern news feeds all speak through historical narratives and current stories of injustice in order to prove scientifically to the atheist, biblically for the believer and with common sense for all others that by breaking our American covenant, we will set ourselves up for a seventy-year captivity. This time period will not look like the America we all know and love. There is good news: You’ll explore solid solutions for economic, social and spiritual applications which can go a long way to help Americans avoid landing on the ash heap of extinct civilizations. Before we trust any more tax seasons or election cycles to a Federal government in the throes of betrayal, this book reaches out to all walks of life with hope for the future.