Outskirts Press Author Issues Wake-up Call: Swine Flu Latest Example

Buffalo, NY, March 11, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Outskirts Press author Robert James Karpie announces the release of his second book, Social Security: Immaculate Deception—A National Disgrace. The novel is about four old men in a nursing home who, sick of the neglect and abuse, conspire to overthrow the system. Robert Karpie is issuing a wake-up call to Americans to remember the power of the people. “It is our duty to question authority and demand answers. We should not fear our government—they should fear us. We the people!”

Historically, government has had a tendency to hold mankind back as a whole, through politics, religion, and science, as lobbyists corrupt morals. To add insult to injury, it’s outrageous when much of our so-called free press—mainstream media—steers, persuades, preaches, promotes, and instills governmental policies via fear tactics, ridicule, disinformation, conjecture, propaganda, and censorship by ownership as “knowledge is power.” Unfortunately, power corrupts—and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

About the Author: Robert James Karpie is a former U. S. Marine and has been married to his lovely wife, Susan, for over thirty-five years. They have two daughters and seven grandchildren. Bob was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. He worked for the Buffalo Board of Education for twenty-three years as a computer operator at city hall. He owns B4HEART Publishing (www.B4HEARTpublishing.com) and is also the creator of www.YourWorkFromSolutionCenter.com. Bob’s first book, Surprise was also published through Outskirts Press, Availability: Nationwide through Ingram, Baker&Taylor and sold on Amazon.com, BarnesandNobel.com as well as Outskirts Press, Inc. via telephone. To schedule an interview call (716) 625-1413 or visit: http://www.a-national-disgrace.com/

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