GUN TALK (Should we own guns? Terrorist attack summaries
Today’s Free Kindle eBook: GUN TALK (Should we own guns? Terrorist attack summaries and thrilling real stories, Book 1)
★★★★★5 STAR REVIEWS★★★★★ “Without fail Thomas Ward has challenged the liberal gun control agenda with several true life examples regarding personal/family defense. He has carefully tied the examples to our Constitutional rights. A must read.”The Orlando terrorist attack at the Pulse Nightclub prompted me to write this book. People ask, how did we let this savage attack happen? I explain how in this book. It will shock you how this attack, and others, could have been prevented. It will blow your mind that our most respected law enforcement agency knew who these terrorists were and even interviewed them. Why weren’t these terrorists stopped? Also read GUN TALK’s true stories and find out what it feels like to be helpless and at the mercy of deadly criminals. Find out how not to become a victim. The Bill of Rights in our United States Constitution permits us to own weapons, under the Second Amendment.There is something in this book for everyone from anti-gunners to life-long NRA members. After all we are in the same situation together. We are all Americans and want what is best for our country.It was July 2, 2016 as I was writing this book. I took a break to watch the American Revolution on TV, unfold in front of me, and I was spell bound. Then something occurred to me. The first battles were at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts. I wondered, who were these brave men, a militia of 400 that stood against the Kings Army, the most feared force on earth at the time. Who were these new American Patriots? Who were these heroes that dared to defy the orders King George, and risked their lives in doing so. They were nobody and they were everybody, from the farms and small towns of the new America. They were the everyday people: farmers, shop keepers, blacksmiths, and ministers … they were Americans like us.Thomas H. Ward is the best-selling author of the Tocabaga Chronicles and the Templars Quest series. He’s penned over 25 books for Amazon to date. Follow his Amazon Author Central page to be notified of new releases.
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