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The American Boomerang: How the World's Greatest 'Turnaround' Nation Will Do It Again

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Is America still the world's most celebrated and beloved superpower? Is this great nation poised for an amazing American century-or instead for a slow descent into mediocrity? In The American Boomerang, possibly one of the most important books of our time, philosopher and author Nick Adams explores America through sympathetic Australian eyes. In this fresh look, a conserva ...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published July 1st 2014 by WND Books (first published September 11th 2013)
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Jan 23, 2014 Owlseyes marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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A few weeks ago I recall reading an article by Jed Babbin, in a conservative magazine. Jed was very critical on the present Obama administration, especially on what’s happening in the military field: a “gender neutralization”. He mentioned several instances (in the Marines, namely) and situations in which males were less and less dominant, females scoring aptly too in several testing conditions. Jed even wrote about the “Clinton’s feminization of the military”.

And now I had seen this interview
Jessie  (Ageless Pages Reviews)
Nope. Asshat. Feminism does not make it impossible for there to be "real men." GTFO.
David Hancock
Adams reminds us with outside eyes why America is exceptional. In an age where European values and Fabianism is in vogue, Adams shouts to us to hold tight to the American values that are the foundation of our greatness. Losing these values, is akin to losing America. This is a quick read at about 180 pages, but its content is the mooring we desperately need to navigate our future. Highly recommend...
A rather inspirational, somewhat gung-ho book that left me feeling nearly refreshed. Nice to have someone speak so well of this country. If you find yourself among the crowd that tends to think America was just too big for it's britches anyway you will likely not find much here to enjoy. If you are of, or perhaps from, the generation who grew up saying the Pledge each morning, who recited a prayer often in school, who still rise when the flag is passing and feel our military is the best gift and ...more
Mr Adams speaks straight to my heart.
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