James King
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I have lived 70 years. I've been a very committed atheist for 60 years. I am also libertarian in politics and can explain how either religion or traditional Republican and Democrat politics is immoral and the politicians know it.
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I am here to plug a book that I spent many years writing. It is now available on Amazon. The title is, January 20th and you can look it up there by the title. You can also look it up and buy it at, createspace.com/3421670, which is the site Amazon gives me and I earn an extra dollar when the book is purchased there even though it goes through Amazon. It is about an election for president after Obama. The back cover blurb is:

What would happen if a dedicated group of citizens—growing in numbers but remaining secretive—worked to take over control of the United States government without resorting to an armed revolution…and were successful?

Three men—one a teacher from the enigmatic Skull and Bones—one a billionaire Texas oilman/senator—and one an idealistic Northwestern University graduate begin a forty-year journey to kill democracy. Is it possible? Yes!

Each man is an individual part of a twisting puzzle of death, sex and power, to redefine American politics in a presidential election after the Obama era. Are they covert anarchists, or just the true conservatives they claim to be? Or are they something even more sinister and deadly than the two of them put together? Are they beyond imagination? They are!

Hold on to your hat for a scenario that is tense, logical, and populated with recognizable characters, with a conclusion that is not only astonishing, but also entirely plausible. But be warned!

Religion, a majority of American citizens, and the two major political Parties, are named as contaminating forces against reason, freedom, and capitalism, and for war and collectivism.

If you are sensitive to harsh criticism on what you believe is moral, read this book at your own risk.

The Constitution does not mean what it does not say.
The religion you left
Was never a part of one
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Posted on May 10, 2010 at 10:56am 24 Comments

Can we ever elect an atheist to any national office like president or Congress? I think the answer is, NO! But I did it in a new novel titled, January 20th, and invite everyone to order a copy from amazon.com, or createspace.com/3421670. In this tale after the Obama era, the elected president is an atheist who credits Ayn Rand as the second greatest American behind Washington.

In giving that information away, there is still the agenda on the president's mind that is not atheistic,… Continue

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