Completely Predictable

Terence P. Jeffrey

A storm is coming, and it’s threatening America’s freedom

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A storm is coming, and it’s threatening America’s freedom. What’s worse, the onslaught is of our own making — and its arrival is not only inevitable if we continue on our present course, it’s entirely foreseeable. So writes Terence Jeffrey, longtime conservative columnist and editor in chief of CNSNews.com. In his book, Completely Predictable, Jeffrey argues that our nation is in peril on three separate fronts: the economy, the culture and our national security. Jeffrey assembles a collection of columns he’s penned over the past 10 years in order to track the approaching storm and record its trajectory. Redistributionalist policies, the rise of the welfare state, the degradation of faith and family, and a derogation of our duties in foreign affairs, Jeffrey writes, are all contributing to the decline of our nation and a potential day of reckoning for American patriots. In Completely Predictable, Jeffrey provides a blueprint — a detailed, by-the-numbers assessment — of what is wrong with America today, and a stark forecast for what the future has in store if we do not act.

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