Homeland Insecurity: How Washington Politicians Have Made America Less Safe
Terry Turchie and Dr. Kathleen Puckett
Silver Medal Winner, Freedom Fighter of the Year, Independent Publisher’s IPPY award.
Silver Medal Winner, Benjamin Franklin Award, given to independent and university publishers by the Independent Book Publishers Association, in the Political Current Events category.
Finalist for 2008 Book of the Year Award for Political Science by ForeWord Magazine.
In America today there appears to be something wrong. Politicians no longer seem to have the public interest at heart, and instead are more focused on maintaining a balance of power.
In Homeland Insecurity, Washington insiders former FBI Official Terry Turchie and FBI clinical psychologist Dr. Kathleen Puckett lead readers on a detailed exploration of how the politics of power were born, and have continued to endure, in the highest offices of the American government.
Complete with profiles of more than fifteen active politicians of both major parties who have used unfettered power to maintain that power, this rare and unflinching glimpse into the halls of the American political machine will serve as a call for action and an astonishing indictment of injustice.
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