Miami, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/28/2014 -- The title “Out to Get You” sounds like it could be a mystery novel, conspiracy story, or one of international intrigue. And in a sense this newly released book contains elements of all of these, except it’s non-fiction and about the current state of affairs in the U.S. Written by educator-author Dr. Ben Carlsen (not to be confused with physician-author Dr. Ben Carson) and released by Palm Springs Publishing, the book begins with the premise that the U.S. government is no longer on anyone's side. Infested with manipulative, self-serving politicians, it has become a wealth transfer system and a socially disruptive machine that will self-destruct without major reform. A government where "tricksters" are constantly finding new ways to enhance their power at the expense of the average citizen. Some of the major political tricks are explored, for example: the Economy, Social and Welfare systems, Immigration, Elections, Terrorism, Crime, Taxes, Education, and of course Healthcare, including the spectacularly problematic “Obamacare.”
Going into the 2014 mid-term election year the American public is fed up! Voter confidence and approval ratings for the President and Congress are at record lows. People are weary of the tepid economy, government ineptitude and erosion of personal rights and freedoms. The author argues a return to our basic values as outlined in the Constitution and our Bill of Rights is critically important, and an informed, involved public is essential to get us back on track. Unless it's too late.
For anyone concerned about their future, their children’s future, and the future of their country this book should be “required reading.” For more info check out the author’s website: http://outtogetyou.us The book is available at Amazon.com, http://goo.gl/OD9GIm and at bookstores everywhere.
About Dr. Ben Carlsen
The author earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Washington, an MBA at Pepperdine University, and his doctorate from the University of San Francisco. He practiced and consulted primarily at management and executive levels in the fields of business, government, and organization development and taught at several colleges and universities.