Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite Free Audiobook Download by Peter Schweizer
America’s progressive elite is abusing power to benefit their own personal agendas, attempting to use government as a weapon of mass deception and manipulation. When the government makes decisions, they should be to serve the American people’s best interest, not those of elitist, self-centered politicians who have been manipulating and abusing power since the inception of our country.
America’s Progressive Elite have infiltrated all facets of American society. They are in the media, in our schools, and they are shaping policy. Many of these elites see themselves as beacons of justice who will save the world with their progressive ideals. But Peter Schweizer argues that many of these elites are actually corrupt. They abuse their power by using government to enrich themselves and it is time for us to take a stand and hold them accountable for their crimes.
Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite is a riveting account of how political and economic power was abused in order to turn the country from a free market economy into the socialist nightmare it has become.
America's progressive elite has used its power to destroy the nation's economy, influence elections, help the wealthy and powerful, and even sell out the country.
The book profiles the corruption of America's progressive elite, a group which believes in an agenda that is in direct contrast to the will of most Americans. The progressive elite allows for abuse of power and corruption to occur, with their personal ethics often not aligning with their actions.
Though the term "pagan" can be used in a derogatory way, it is still an important point of reference for many religious historians and authors. In pagan beliefs, humans have a spiritual being called the "soul." This soul is believed to transcend death and reincarnate after death. The Bible also speaks about souls. The author argues that those who are successful politically are those who have good, moral values and therefore go to heaven after they die.
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