All American Books and DVDs
Welcome to The All American Bookstore. You will find great, thought provoking, All American content from our organization and from other great thinkers. We hope you like our recommendations.
Coming Soon...Two Controversial New Books
Pimping The Poor
Pimping The Poor is the Freakonomics to America's ongoing socio-economic debate. For years we have been brainwashed into believing our nation is falling apart. Nothing could be further from the truth. Poverty remains a huge problem, but it is NOT actually on the rise; the shrinking middle-class may be shrinking, but it does NOT spell the end of the American Dream; the Free Enterprise System is NOT the cause of wealth inequalities; nor will borders and tariffs protect U.S. jobs.
Today's politicians and pundits, like the fabled story of the wise men and the elephant, have either misdiagnosed our biggest domestic issues, or are intentionally misleading us, simply for political gain and power. There are better ways. All Americans can prosper. The All American Jobs Plan steers us in the right direction, up!
A Nation At Even Greater Risk
America's biggest problems and greatest opportunities are rooted in our ongoing inability to properly educate 2 out of every 3 teenagers. They are not prepared for the job market of the modern world. We can change this, but only if we prioritize improving K12 education, stop following the conventional wisdom of the status quo, and start implementing the vital few reforms that impact results and create odds-beating schools.
Suppose you were tasked with turning around a school that sent only 20% of it's teens to college, into one that sent over 80% to universities, what would you do? If you were given no more money to implement your reforms, what would you cut to pay for them?
A Nation At Even Greater Risk shows this is possible. The solutions are straight forward. We can DOUBLE the overall percentage of college-ready teens, and QUANDRUPLE the percent of poor, minority and rural teens with the real skillsets needed to attend, succeed in college and beyond.