Brown vs White (The Book)

BrownFrom the author of books like HOW TO OVERTHROW A GOVERNMENT, THE HISTORY AND FUTURE OF BLACK PEOPLE, and THE OTHER WHITE PEOPLE: From Vikings to Russians comes the discussion of the century, BROWN VS WHITE talks about all the things we should have talked about there moment the Democratic Party lost the Civil War. The moment Abraham Lincoln was shot. The moment the 1866 Civil Rights Act was passed. Brown vs White is the book for anyone serious about discussing racial issues, justice issues, equality and equity issues.

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AUDIOBOOK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CYRLLH83

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Cheating was Plan B

Trump was never supposed to win in 2016. The political class certainly didn't believe he had a chance. Just look how all the elites reacted when he was thinking about running.

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More Than Trump

Trump"MORE THAN TRUMP explores the phenomenal support and following of Donald Trump and how that following existed before him and will continue after him. Trump is merely the lightning rod for the ideas and policies of Americans that want to maintain a lifestyle outlined in the founding documents.

With all the books available on Donald Trump, what makes the book MORE THAN TRUMP different? More Than Trump was written by multi-genre author, Roderick Edwards known for his detailed research of topics as varied as biographies of World War 2 soldiers, or the man that developed USA’s satellite program, or more specialized topics like the history of sedition in his book How to Overthrow a Government. Roderick Edwards brings his no-nonsense style and 21st century media methods to this unique approach to the life of Trump as the book was written in real-time as many of the events unfolded. More than Trump, as the title indicates is about more than Trump. It is about why and how Trump became president and what MAGA really means to people.

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AUDIOBOOK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CFX2MKHH
SNEAK PEEK of the audiobook, Chapter 12

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How to Overthrow a Government


With the world seemingly on the cusp of revolution; with ideologies clashing more than ever, with protests and riots everywhere now is the time to consider why and how governments are overthrown. This book not only will help the reader understand but even consider what happens after.
The coming years promise to be full of conflict due to the divergent worldviews of globalism, nationalism, individualism and outright anarchy all vying for dominance in the minds of the people. Add to this volatile situation, social media and mass media propaganda and you have the perfect mix to start revolutions not just in one nation but in the entire world. This could usher in a world-wide revolution, not just another world war. This time, it would be the people against the elites. Not a class war but a war for common sense to prevail.

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AUDIOBOOK: https://www.audible.com/pd/B08DK2QLBT

Screaming Chuy Podcast

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RNC vs DNC Conventions 2016

Convention Review

How do you judge between the Republican and Democratic Presidential Conventions? By what standards? Is it how many times the crowd breaks out in chants of "USA! USA! USA!" Is it based on how many zingers are brought against the opposing party's candidate? I will watch both conventions minute by minute and give a review and comparison of each. While it may be difficult to use crowd response as a measure, since we expect the supporters to hoop and cheer for their choice; if the crowd is clearly subdued compared to the opposite party convention, we can use it. But I suspect aspects that will be obvious are things like; pro-American statements, citation of actual experience that will assist the next president, citation of actual policies that will be put forward in the next administration, and general classiness.

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Just Stuff

Shhh, I'm working on a book that is so controversial that I dare not even utter the name of it online, via text, and not even during a phone conversation. Truly, this book is more "taboo" than the most socially taboo topic you could think of. I hope to have it complete and published before the winter of 2014. I hope it is not too late. This link gives a hint at the topic: http://rodericke.com/edge-of-anarchy
Next, I have been adding interesting feeds to RoderickE.com's R-Feeds link. The latest one is Upworthy. I'm not certain what to think of the content. While most of Upworthy's stuff is ideologically..."liberal", it is nonetheless interesting. Take a look: http://rodericke.com/aggregator/sources/52
Yes, the Roderick At Random podcast languishes. I'm sorry. I just have little time to devote to it. Maybe in the winter when I'm forced inside during Indiana's hibernation period. See here: http://rodericke.com/forums/r-podcast
I've been working a bit on the side as an Excel/spreadsheet consultant; making VBA projects that help improve accuracy and efficiency. See here: http://rodericke.com/excel
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What About the Next Black President?

As Barack Obama's presidency comes to an end, let us consider what has happened and what will happen. First, why is it that liberals think they own the realm of civil rights? In truth, the first civil rights act was passed in 1866 and was OPPOSED by Democrats. See the PBS documentary on it here. In fact, the Democrats so opposed it that the Democrat president, Andrew Johnson vetoed it, and the Republican Congress had to overturn his veto. The 1866 Civil Rights Act in short 'granted citizenship and the same rights enjoyed by white citizens to all male persons in the United States "without distinction of race or color, or previous condition of slavery or involuntary servitude."' It was the Democrats who then imposed the so-called Jim-Crow laws on black-Americans -- making them use separate bathrooms and such.

And also, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, in case anyone thinks the Republicans of 1866 were different than the Republicans of today -- the vote on the original bill was counted as follows with yeas on the left and nays on the right side.

  • Democratic Party: 152–96 (61–39%)
  • Republican Party: 138–34 (80–20%)

And even on the final version of the bill, we see that the majority support for Civil Rights came from the Republicans.

  • Democratic Party: 153–91 (63–37%)
  • Republican Party: 136–35 (80–20%)
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