39 Years of Clinton Scandals and Corruptions 1997–2016 (Volume II of III)

Philosophy of Govt. Fast & Furious Benghazi

by Joseph P. Hawranek PhD



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/14/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 94
ISBN : 9781490794761
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 94
ISBN : 9781490794785

About the Book

The book covers all the details concerning our philosophy of government, which is modeled on the philosophy of Aristotle but the Obama administration defacto switched it to that of the philosophy of Plato and an emperor who makes his own law. The book provides insight into the bad decisions and incompetence of Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and Leon Panetta. Clearly, they were more worried about covering up ill-conceived, illegal, and arguably treasonous program than saving the lives of the brave men who put everything on the line for their country in Fast and Furious (border agent) and Benghazi—Chris Stevens, ambassador; Sean Smith, US State Department; Glen Doherty, former Seal; and Tyron Woods, former Seal. The book shows how our national government has become so out of step with our Constitution that men, not laws, now run our country. The Hillary statement after the deaths of the brave Seals stands out here for our form of government. Her question is relevant. “What difference does it make?” It makes a great deal of difference. Read the book to see why.

About the Author

I was raised in Virginia and Pennsylvania. I put myself through college on scholarships and by working multiple jobs. I attended VMI and U.VA., then joined the Air Force, was stationed in Florida at Patrick AFB where I worked as a launch officer on the Minuteman program and participated in over 50 launches. This developed the Minuteman I and II program of multiple vehicle entry of thermonuclear weapons that has kept this nation safe since the 60s. After the USAF, I joined IBM, worked on the Saturn V Moon Rocket launch. This was the rocket that put the man on the moon. Then I returned to school at the U. PA Wharton School where I earned a Ph.D. in Economics.