Average Doug: My Take on America: from Politics and Government to Society
Average Doug is a compilation of an ordinary American citizen's views about the state of America today and how politics, government, and our society play a key role in determining the future of our great country. Ever since he was young, Doug Kammerer has followed American politics and current events. As a volunteer with several conservative political campaigns encompassing presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial races, Kammerer gained an insider's glimpse into the intricacies of our political system and shares his insight on why he feels our country is headed in the wrong direction today. While explaining his views on the Fairness Doctrine, government bailouts, and socialism, Kammerer also discusses why he thinks the judicial branch is now starting to take over more in deciding the role of Americans and weighs all the reasons why he feels conservatives should once again learn to adhere to their principles. Kammerer includes his thoughts on our current society including the ways society is regarding bad behavior and what he would like to communicate to such organizations as NOW and GLAAD. With a great pride for his country, Kammerer provides an intriguing collection of personal opinions sure to spark lively discussions among conservatives and liberals alike.
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