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Jeffrey P. Gorman was born in a steel mill town outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, witnessing the peak of the industry’s economic decline. He graduated from Clarion University in 1992 with a degree in Broadcast Communication, leading to an eight-year career in news/talk radio. As the local news director of WKZV radio and newscaster/producer for both local and national talk radio shows for WBVP AM, he developed a keen interest in economics and politics fueled by the elections of 1996. Jeffrey lives in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area with his wife Tammy and five children, is on the leadership team at Abundant Life Lutheran Church/Charlotte Blind Outreach, teaches Bible school, and has been a Cub Scout leader for several years. Jeffrey also has a degree in Management Information Systems from Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh and is currently attending Wingate University for a Master’s in Business Administration.
With national debt in excess of the Gross Domestic Product, and with deficits of one trillion dollars per year, our nation faces a major crisis-and the point of no return is just over the horizon. The U.S. government seems unable or unwilling to recognize this fact and take steps to avert the coming disaster. As Americans, we need to exercise some common sense and take action-in our own lives and our own homes-to reverse this trend and fix the economic and moral mess in which this nation finds itself. We must hold our elected officials accountable for their actions and invest the effort to turn our communities around. We must pay attention to what is going on around us, and above all, we must get involved. Jeffrey Gorman’s book takes a hard look at various aspects of American life, stripping away the complexity and the politics and revealing the core issues. It puts forth ideas to fix the problems rather than slapping a Band-Aid on the symptoms…a practice that has come at great cost to the American people. Here, partisanship is bypassed by looking at the facts, not the grandstanding political fluff and spin that dominate what passes for news today. Nero fiddled while Rome burned. Will Americans continue to do the same?