More and more people across the country are seeing the dangers in society and deciding to carry concealed to protect themselves and their families. Skip's book lays it out step by step, teaching you how to protect and defend the ones you love. Listen to his book and get the benefit of his 16 years of teaching experience and his lifetime of training for this important role in society.
Suddenly, the lights went out, not just in one town or village, but all across the world. It was an act of cyber terrorism that plunged the world into the heart of darkness, into the 1000-year night, letting loose the demons of a billion souls, pitting dark against light, causing each person everywhere to choose sides.
"Started out interesting enough..."
After Hank Simmons caught his wife cheating with his Editor, he fled the hustle and bustle of the big city, and moved away with his four children to a small one-horse town in Northern Michigan. All he wanted was a little peace and quiet, and a safe and happy place to raise his children. Hank bought the local newspaper, and all was well . . . until . . . nine-eleven. And then the peace and tranquility of small-town America is suddenly shattered when a terrorist cell group from Detroit is infiltrated by FBI Special Agent Richard Resnik.
Excerpt from Blood in the Streets: The world is smaller than it used to be. We all live closer together, brushing elbows more often, getting on each other's nerves, causing confrontation to happen more and more. It is inevitable. When the pool gets crowded, people bump elbows. Sometimes I wonder what has become of America. When I grew up, we didn't even lock our doors at night. Only a fool would do that now. I suspect that the breakdown of society was caused by a combination of many things. Our families are no longer healthy and intact.
An army of 30,000 jihadists make their way north, through Michigan, killing anyone who will not convert to Islam. Will the Shadow Militia and the people of Iroquois be able to defeat this newest threat?
Six months earlier, in The God Virus, the lights went out across America, throwing our country into turmoil and chaos, unleashing the demons of a million souls upon an unsuspecting humanity. Dan Branch and his family, caught in the meat grinder of societal collapse, battled their way back home, only to find a new and greater threat waiting for them. Once again, Dan and his family must fight for survival against impossible odds. But this time they are not alone.
"An engaging story."
It's the not-too-distant future, and in the wake of a nuclear terrorist attack, the president has signed the Freedom from Religion Act, which outlaws any public expression of religion. But what will the president do now that his wife and son are dead, and he has converted to Christianity?
Will he stand true to his newfound God, or will he buckle under political pressure? It was his lifelong dream to be president, but now he stands poised to lose it all just for following the convictions of his heart.
Columbine and Virginia Tech were not good omens. The victims there were unarmed sheep, who hid beneath desks and chairs, simply cowering as they died. They said "Baa" as they were being slaughtered. Something basic to our society has to change. It's time to stand and fight while we still can. And if our politicians tell us we can't protect our children in a daycare center, a post office, or a church, then we show them the door. We vote them out. We recall them. We take out the trash!
He always stayed in the shadows, hid around corners, or gazed from behind the innocent pages of a paperback book. Sometimes he nursed a vanilla latte with a double shot of espresso, but always without fail, he watched her.
"Worst narration ever"