America in Crisis …republic or democracy; which is it to be?
America is a Constitutional Republic not a socialist democracy.
America, founded as a constitutional republic ruled by law, not men, has been transformed into a socialist democracy with the rights of the collective replacing the rights of the individual and mobocracy becoming the order of the day. This morphing of our national character has been planned and executed through a process of gradualism over the past 110+ years under progressive socialist political leaders representing both major political parties. Collectivist thinking controls education, government, and society; destroying our national identity as the last best hope for mankind.
Our discussion will focus on the societal factors that have allowed this transformation to take place, and what we must do as a nation to combat the bad ideas that mean to permanently end the American dream.
Jeff Wright is a former Cryptologic Tech-analyst, Systems Engineer for NSG/NSA, Engineering Manager at Air Force Space Command, Senior and Chief Consulting Engineer for Bell Labs, Holmdel, NJ. He designed and built large-scale, classified and commercial network systems for the Defense,Securities, Commercial/Industrial, and Banking/Finance industries for nearly 3 decades.
Jeff studied or practiced political science, international law and fundamental political processes, in-depth, for the past 35 years. For 20 years he's been deeply and actively engaged in Colorado politics beginning with passage of the TABOR Amendment in 1992. He was co-author on numerous state constitutional initiated amendments and legislative initiatives, a director, coordinator or manager of several political campaigns, and has been appointed to many boards and committees at the city county and state level. He was also hired in the position of State Field Director for Ron Paul's 2008 PCC for CO, NM and WY. Today, with the book promotional tour he travels throughout the western states providing briefings and educational materials on governance and economics to audiences interested in understanding and changing the course we are currently following.
Bill Coate is a Montana native, raised in Forsyth. After graduating from
Forsyth High School, he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. He served four years on active duty and returned to Montana to study history at Eastern Montana College. Coate was commissioned as an officer in the Marine Corps after he graduated from Eastern Montana, and eventually retired from the Corps after earning the rank of Colonel.