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America's Expiration Date


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Cal Thomas, a conservative, writes a twice-weekly syndicated column and is a frequent panelist on Fox News Watch .


Stunning...A sobering look at the likelihood the USA survives the various attacks and assaults that are being made against her from within our borders...Go get it! * Rush Limbaugh *
In America's Expiration Date, Cal Thomas offers a sobering message: that the United States is on the downward slope to self-destruction. You may agree with his analysis or not (I do not), but in view of the fall of other great empires throughout history, Thomas's injunction is well worth pondering. * Jay Winik, author, New York Times bestselling April 1865 and 1944 *
Cal Thomas brings a lifetime of working to save America and thinking deeply about what threatens us and what the lessons of history are. If we follow Cal's advice, America's expiration date will be put off for decades and decades. * Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House, US House of Representatives *
I read Cal Thomas, always have, and have the utmost respect for the sincerity, depth, and insight of his work. * Peggy Noonan, columnist, Wall Street Journal *
In his timely new book, America's Expiration Date, my friend Cal Thomas shows clearly that unless we in America take seriously the grim lessons of previous empires, we are very soon doomed to follow in their footsteps. But by showing us just how those empires rose and fell, he makes our vital history lesson far easier and more fun that it might otherwise be. Bravo! * Eric Metaxas, author, New York Times bestselling Bonhoeffer; Martin Luther; and If You Can Keep It; nationally syndicated host, The Eric Metaxas Radio Show *

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