Don’t Pander On Me (Amazon; $2.99; 12,000 words; Houston, Texas; February, 2014) points out the bias and half-truths used by politicians and political commentators. The eBook also says what many of them won’t say – the simply, unfiltered facts. While being respectful to people on both sides of an issue, the eBook challenges the misinformed and those that attempt to manipulate the people for their own financial or political gain. Some of the topics addressed include immigration, gay marriage, President Obama, the media, the government shutdown, taxes, voting rights, Obamacare, Duck Dynasty, Tea Party, abortion, and the single most profound result of the 2012 election.
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While the pandering to voters occurs by both Republican and Democratic politicians, this eBook focuses on the Republican Party. The Republican Party is currently fractured in such a way it opens the door to increased pandering. The sequel to this eBook will focus on pandering by Democratic politicians.
About the Author: Jason Riley, whose family involvement in politics dates back to the 1940s, has worked both in the private and public sector. His contacts within the business and political arenas as well as his passion for political reality are the basis for this book.