Lake Worth, Florida (PressExposure) January 02, 2007 -- Michael Solomon is just an ordinary independent citizen who has had enough of the political rhetoric from both sides of the aisle. He has never hosted a talk show so his voice has not been heard. However, his message is crucial for the survival of America as it once was. In his new book, Where Did My America Go? (now available through AuthorHouse), the author challenges the American people to take a hard look around them at what is happening to this country before it is too late.
Solomon has witnessed the actions of the American Civil Liberties Union in their attempt to overthrow the American system of government through political correctness, he says.
He believes that groups that articulate hatred are dismantling the pedestal on which America was built. They use the Constitution as a soapbox for reform without considering the long-range consequences of their actions. He also examines what has transpired in America in the last millennium and the new century. Solomon tackles sensitive political issues that anger many people who remain silent except in private circles, including the War in Iraq, the media, education, tort reform, racial discrimination, the Ten Commandments, the oil crisis, the Middle East, immigration, global warming and a host of other concerns most Americans have.
Has The New York Times succumbed to a self-serving, self-imposed, self-righteous form of extortion from fear of terrorist groups, Solomon asks. He examines how the press has and continually tries to influence the path of America through its biased reporting and skewed polls that are harmful to the American people. Throughout the book he continually asks the reader, "Are you outraged yet?"
It is time to fight back, Solomon says. With no public voice or soapbox, he has developed a plan to allow the silent majority to be heard along with him. He asks for the reader's help as he leads the next revolution in America.
No topic is safe as he makes a strong, compassionate and persuasive plea to join him on Flag Day, 2007 to wake up American politicians and tell them in a nonpartisan voice to "Bring Back My America."