I have been writing a free online book on the rights of the People and where they derive them and how we are losing them to the excesses of our government servants. It also attempts to address what we can and should do about it.While I have tried to keep my "facts" as factual as possible I would like to be able to post a link to it here and ask for comments. Some of the chapters of this book are still basically in outline mode and many of them need to be filled out with more information which I am gathering and compiling as fast I can - but fabricated "facts" are something I wish to avoid.Would it be considered bad forum etiquette to post a link to this "free" and "somewhat anonymous" book? :) p.s. I do not believe your capcha question asking if Obama was marxist is correct, I do not believe he was marxist, i believe he was using marxism as a ploy to hide his true identity, I absolutely believe Mbama was a Muslim radical hell bent on the utter destruction of this country.mental note to self: must learn to type :/
Very cool, I'm excited to check it out once you're done!
quote author=Solar link=topic=27608.msg328864#msg328864 date=1486138524]I can tell you this, you would get far more participation if you were to post excerpts here that you have questions on and let the members give you facts and links to back the truth.
The link is XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX has a very low social standing because its full of spammers but im a poor starving software engineer right now and cant afford a non free site :)This is very much a work in progress, some of the sections are a little weak on how they are worded and at least one whole chapter is simply an is a bit weak on content and needs the citations filled in not just referencedRemoved link, see post below. walks
I had kind of hoped to generate a little bit of interest in this book, posting snippets in this case is not very useful because no snippet covers what I am trying to state, only the whole of the book or an individual chapter expresses what im trying to say.Chapter one is not the primary focus of the book, it is just the foundation upon which the rest of the book rests, if people here were to request a link for the site from me they could read it as a whole or select a chapter an maybe make suggestions. Any suggestion on a single paragraph without the context of where it is written will not have any affect on the book as a whole.I see weaknesses in the way chapter 1 is written but that does not mean the rest of the book is weak or that the overall message is flawed. What I would like is for people to critique the whole, not mere sentences or paragraphs and as I am not allow to publish a link here it would require you requesting it from me.