Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims
Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans
Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims has been published to help alleviate a serious problem in our public schools and universities; the elimination of key figures in American history that have stood for basic Constitutional principles.
History books in our public schools have woefully eliminated crucial facts of history. Many of these textbooks have presented highly slanted stories that support socialist type ‘heroes’ of our nation while leaving out important facts about George Washington and The Pilgrims and other key figures in the founding of our nation.
Our children are simply learning a twisted account of American history. These textbooks are overwhelmingly ‘liberal’ in their perspective. There is no longer much of an argument about this … as is the case with most of the public school ‘agenda’,
Why is this so important?
Because our children will see our nation through the glasses of liberal textbook writers and teachers, if this account of history is the only one that they hear. (I know, not all of our teachers are liberals.)
So what is the purpose of this book?
Simply, to give a true (and more complete) account of some of the major historical events of our nation.
This book has been written by, perhaps, one of the most conservative icons in the America (and, thus, deemed as a radical, dangerous far right extremist by the far left), Rush Limbaugh.
He has written the book in a way that it is entertaining to children and adults alike. He uses time travel on the horse, ‘Liberty’, to take the reader to real events in history.
Why is this book so important? Because so few children, or even adults for that matter, know the real story behind many of the Founders of our nation.
Rush Revere and his horse Liberty bring us those stories with true historic accuracy, in a way that makes history enjoyable.
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A full review of the book will be available when the book has been released on Oct. 29th. Until then, the best thing you can do is reserve your book and be one of the very first to receive your copy.