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After America

Get Ready for Armageddon

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Mark Steyn's New York Times bestseller, After America, is now in paperback! Featuring a new introduction and updated throughout, After America takes on Obama's disastrous plan for our nation, and reveals exactly what a post-American world will look like if we don't change our ways soon. Says Steyn: "Nothing is certain but debt and taxes. And then more debt. If the government of the United States had to use GAAP (the 'Generally Accepted Accounting Practices' that your company and the publisher of this book have to use), Uncle Sam would be under an SEC investigation and his nephews and nieces would have taken away the keys and cut up his credit card." Slim as it is, however, Steyn argues there is still hope. "Americans face a choice: you can rediscover the animating principles of the American idea—of limited government, a self-reliant citizenry, and the opportunities to exploit your talents to the fullest—or you can join most of the rest of the western world in terminal decline. This is a battle for the American idea, and it's an epic one, but you can do anything you want to do. So do it." Bitingly funny and wickedly clever, After America is Mark Steyn at his best.

From Publishers Weekly

May 27, 2013 – The celebrated management consulting company exerts an influence that varies from benign to malign, according to this revealing, if conflicted, history. Financial journalist McDonald (Last Man Standing) traces McKinsey’s rise to the pinnacle of corporate advice peddling and its unique pretensions and privileges: its elitism, decades-long engagements and lucrative open-ended contracts; its symbiosis with the Harvard Business School, whose newly minted grads dole out wisdom to experienced executives under its auspices; its aura of intellectualism, which sometimes amounts to vague buzz phrases and invocations of “change”; its reliance on alumni who helm other companies and steer business its way. McDonald, a contributing editor at Fortune, can’t quite decide whether this is all good or bad, or whether he’s indifferent. He credits McKinsey with rationalizing business practices and forestalling corporate mistakes, but charges it with standing behind blunders and bankruptcies from Enron to GM; he wonders if the firm is less about helping companies make better products more efficiently than giving doctrinal cover to CEOs’ impulses to slash payrolls. McDonald combines a lucid chronicle of McKinsey’s growth and boardroom melodramas with a serviceable, if sometimes cursory analysis of evolving—or at least retreaded—management theories. But the larger import remains, like that of the corporate world it symbolizes, a contradictory muddle.

Customer Reviews

Prepare for the worst, pray for the best.

Mark is one of the better writers out there as far as putting together facts and making them digestable. I like his style and the fact that he can take devestatingly depressing info and find some sarcastic humor in it. I only wish he would fill in for Rush more often.

The world as it is and may become, not the tune of hopeychangey

An impressive view of the reality of America and Western nations rather than the willful ignorance of the statists bent on bankrupting the world. Steyn does not cover his eyes and expects the same from the people who still believe in liberty in America, still the last great hope on Earth, but for how long? Combining wit and analysis, Steyn has provided the treatise that is the anti-Left, the anti-Obama. Hopefully America will rediscover its greatness and avoid the fate of empires in history.

After America

Great read! Tells the true story of how and why people in the US are becoming bludgeoned by our own stupidity. The anointed one(Obama) and his worthless cronies are appealing to those who can no longer have the guts to do something to make their lives better. The sheep they have now become are just wandering and waiting for someone else to take care of them. Take for example, inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and those who feel their rights are to $400.00 dollar cell phones and houses they cannot remotely afford. Since when did anyone have those rights? They buy these things with redistributed money and do not stop to think, "maybe I should buy healthcare coverage for my family?" what a crock. It is politicians like Barney Frank and Chris Dodd who should be going to prison for extended lengths of time for what they did to the housing market.
The author is correct, if we do not change the leadership this year we will slide into an abyss this country will not be able to get out of. I read a quote the other day that truly frightens me for my children.

"when the number of people working for a living is outnumbered by those who vote for a living then we are destined for destruction.

After America
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  • $16.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Politics & Current Events
  • Published: Aug 08, 2011
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing
  • Seller: The Perseus Books Group, LLC
  • Print Length: 400 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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