Barack Obama is setting the stage for a conservative tidal wave in politics. Jimmy Carter's weakness in foreign relations and failed economic policies paved the way for the Republican revolution led by Ronald Reagan.
Now, President Obamas timid foreign policy and socialist economic policies are paving the way for a new conservative revolution. This revolution can be led by Sarah Palin if she will capitalize on the mistakes and missteps of the Obama administration. This book presents six broad strategies that will help Sarah Palin take full advantage of the reasons President Obama's approval rating fell so precipitously following the traditional post-election honeymoon.
These strategies will allow Sarah Palin to do what Reagan did when running against Carter: take full advantage of broad grassroots appeal to restore Americas confidence, get government out of the pockets of taxpayers, reinvigorate the free market, encourage entrepreneurship and the traditional work ethic, restore Americas position as leader of the free world, command the respect of our allies and enemies, eliminate Americas entitlement mentality, and remind Americans that government is the problem, not the solution.
Hardback, 210 Pages
About the Authors:
Dr. David L. Goetsch spent more than 30 years as a dual-professor of business and political science and as a college vice-president. He is also a business consultant and corporate trainer. Dr. Goetsch is the author of more than 60 books on leadership, business, management, economic development, and political commentary. Four of his books are best sellers and two have been translated into foreign languages (Korean, Indonesian, and Malaysian). Dr. Goetsch is a nationally-known speaker on the subjects of leadership, global competitiveness, and organizational excellence. He is the recipient of the Spirit of Freedom Award from Freedom Newspapers.
Dr. Archie P. Jones is a teacher and librarian who has taught various subjects in Christian schools, and Political Science, American History, and Literature/writing in several colleges and universities for moe than 20 years. He is the author of eight mini-books on Christianity and early American society, our early state Constitutions, the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution. His dissertation, Christianity in the Constitution: The Intended Meaning of the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment and the Intended Role of Religion in American Life, and two mini-books are devoted to recovering the truth about the First Amendment.