The Oath

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a-argus books, Sep 1, 2010 - Fiction - 436 pages
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Rather than face charges of treason, Kennan Ahmad Padgett, resigns his post as President and Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America. Within days, a dozenof the President's co-conspirators follow his lead. A nervous nation waits with other governments and power brokers around the globe for the twelth person in the U.S. Presidential line of succession to take the oath of office. This is not only that person's story, Dr. Mason Edwards embodies a resolute spirit that resides within freedom-loving people everywhere. The crusade for human rights and self-determination that he and his OPERATION ANNUIT COEPTIS colleagues champion is precisely what America's archenemy, THE ORDER OF THE ILLUMINATI, is sworn to wipe from the face of the earth. And, although mainstream media moguls know about the globalist's plans to topple America and her allies, the press shilds the self-appointed gods of the New World Order from the lights of Publicity.

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Founder of the McCollough Institute for Appearance and Health in Gulf Shores, Alabama, Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough is a world-renowned physician, facial plastic surgeon and author. Author or co-author of seven books providing extraordinary insight into the behavior of human beings, McCollough focuses on the triumph of excellence over mediocrity and good over evil. Dr. McCollough and his wife live on a small ranch with their herd of Tennessee Walking horses.

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