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Posted by: | Posted on: August 12, 2014

Duplicitous, How We the People Can Reclaim America, Book Released

Duplicitous, How We the People Can Reclaim America

Duplicitous: How We the People Can Reclaim America was released on August 12, 2014.

Duplicitous the book’s primary goal is to educate you on the root causes of the social and political strife in our country, and on the flip side of this coin, to offer practical personal, professional and technical solutions and strategies that when implemented properly will empower you as an individual, a teenager, a corporation, a non-profit organization, or a politician to Reclaim America! It is much more than a how-to book. It is for learning about and preserving our Nation and our culture. The US Constitution, the fundamental law of this country and part of what makes this country great, starts with three important words … “We the People.” It is our responsibility as a free and informed society to do what it takes to fight for liberty, justice and freedom. I have two simple questions to ask you the reader. What type of society do you want your children and grandchildren to inherit? How close are we to fulfilling that vision?

500 pages and 15 chapters of game-changing perspectives:

- Description of what it means to be American
- Perspectives on grassroots politics in America
- Discussions on perception, morality and self-fulfillment
- Proven strategies to successfully pursue your social or political cause and achieve results
- Relevant quotations from many well-known Americans past and present from many political ideologies
- Duplicitous = Deceptiveness by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another
- It is our responsibility as a free and informed society to do what it takes to fight for liberty, justice and freedom
- Finding a balance between too little government (which leads to anarchy) and too much government (which leads to oligarchy)

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Posted by: | Posted on: July 25, 2014

Orange County Register by Susan Gaede: Duplicitous Book

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by Newsy Suzie (Susan Gaede)
published on July 25, 2014.
Brea / La Habra Star Progress in Orange County Register

Local author:-Author, webmaster, and La Habra resident Mike Beaumont has co-written a new book, “Duplicitous: How We The People Can Reclaim America.”. The book will be coming out in August. This is the third collaboration for Mike and Randy E. King. The other two books include: “Left-Center-Right: What is Best for America?”, and “Is Anybody Listening?: Real Teens True Stories – Young People Hoping to Make A Difference”.

Mike’s latest tome, “Duplicitous: How We The People Can Reclaim America, discusses the importance of finding a balance between too little government (which leads to anarchy) and too much government, (which leads to oligarchy). It places the many political-related events into proper context. It also examines the premise that The US constitution is specifically designed to allow “We the People” to develop rules and maintain comprehensive accountability so that no one person or group is above the law. In addition to being an accomplished author, Mike is had been a busy man. He is a marketing and technology consultant, Director of For Kids Cures Foundation, high school teacher, university post-graduate, co-producer of StoriesofUSA.com, and has been awarded Entrepreneur of the Year. In addition, Mike has served at the helm of several local organizations.

Posted by: | Posted on: July 23, 2012

Anti-Terrorism Vehicle Vinyl Wrap, Randy E King, Michael Beaumont

Anti-Terrorism Vehicle Vinyl Wrap, Randy E King, Michael Beaumont

In May 2012, Randy E King and Michael Beaumont were contacted by Detective Micky Merritt from the Winston-Salem Police Department in North Carolina about using some of our visual graphics for a vehicle wrap that would be on an anti-terrorism training trailer that would be viewed along the Atlantic coast. We were more than happy to develop original graphics for this purpose.

July 23, 2012 – Detective Micky Merritt from the Winston-Salem Police Department in North Carolina rolls out an anti-terrorism vehicle with a vehicle wrap with artwork provided by StoriesofUSA.com.

Posted by: | Posted on: July 21, 2011

US Department of Education Letter, Randy E King

On June 20, 2011, the producers of StoriesofUSA.com wrote letters to:

Barack Obama, President of the United States
Arne Duncan, US Secretary of Education
Diane Ravitch, Assistant Secretary of Education (former)
Duncan Hunter, US Congressman
Lee White, National History Coalition Executive Director
Linda Salvucci, National Council for History Education Vice Chair
Ted McConnell, Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools Executive Director
Jim Grossman, American Historical Association Executive Director

Click Here -> Letter related to improving US History education

Google Analytics FBI.govOn July 4, 2011 (Independence Day), the FBI visited our website.

And on July 21, 2011, Randy E. King received a letter from the US Department of Education.

Click Here -> Letter from the US Department of Education

Here are some excerpts from the letter:

“Thank you for your letter to Secretary Arne Duncan describing your multimedia website, StoriesofUSA.com. …We appreciate you sharing information about your program with us. Through the Teaching American History (TAH) program, the Department has awarded a number of grants to school districts for them to develop and provide professional development activities for teachers to strengthen their content knowledge of American history. …I will share the information about your program with the members of the TAH team. …We commend you for your efforts to develop and improve access to high-quality history education resources that will enhance the teaching and learning of history in schools across this nation.”

Margaret A. Zelinko
Director
Teacher Quality Program Office
Office of Innovation and Improvement
United States Department of Education


President Barack H Obama Education Speech March 10, 2009