Richard Saunders is a pen name for a humor books author and editor
…who simply doesn’t care for what our corporate media and government thinks we should swallow wholesale.
“Non-PC Humor books that turn the world on edge – and give it a spin. No cussing, but a lot of wry looks at what corporate media thinks is the narrative…”
Note: Buy links have 50% discounts for paperbacks.
Careful study and research over the past 8 years of public records has resulted in a conclusive tally of the many orders, memos, regulations, and bills which have been signed by President Obama and are impossible to overturn. Incisive research into the legal basis of his accomplishments compounded this list, along with rebuttals to the valid counter-arguments raised. (Lots of room in the margins and between the lines for your notes…)
This small book was assembled to let the Transgender community how President Obama has used the resources of the Federal Government and your taxpayer dollars in order to help this minority come out to their medical professionals and get any needed treatment and assistance. (Note: this book does not give any credence to rumors floating on YouTube about her own sexual orientation.)
Fixing Media Stereotypes: The President Obama Unofficial Guide to Correcting Self-Inflicted Legacies
The world is often misled, as President Obama opined, to see the United States through the icons its pop culture has produced. “…it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.” (This book contains exact quotes by Obama which give his actual views, some surprising…)
Disclaimer: This is NOT the same James Baldwin who never published “I Am Not Your Negro.” No racial stereotypes were skewered or damaged in the preparation of this manuscript. This is a book about four white guys who made America great (the first time.) Several generations ahead of that other Baldwin.
Truth stranger than fiction (or fake news):
- All the $710 t-shirts sold out over-night. (On 18 Mar.)
- They were inscribed based on “a personal, eloquently-argued essay, adapted from the much-admired TEDx talk of the same name…” and also a NYT bestselling book.
- Just weeks before, women marched around our nation’s capitol wearing pink, handed knitted “p*ssyhats” and leaving lots of trash on the sidewalks for others to clean up. (Ironic?)
Ho’opuka e ka la ma ka hikina
Me ka huaka`i hele no Kumukahi
Ha’a mai na ‘iwa me Hi’iaka
Me Kapo-Laka i ka uluwehiwehi
Ne’e mai na ‘iwa ma ku’u alo
Me ke alo kapu o ka aiwaiwa…
(This translates to something which says we should return to our traditions and appreciate each other more. This book doesn’t comment on The Black Lives Matter organization or the accuracy of any narrative it may have been founded on.)
The Mystery To This Book
…is to make you smile, laugh, or just shake your head.
Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank, and of having nothing to do: once or twice she had peeped into the book her sister was reading, but it had no pictures or conversations in it, ‘and what is the use of a book,’ thought Alice ‘without pictures or conversations?’
And then the murders began…
(From the last chapter:) The next morning, as Joe Maxwell was loitering around the printing-office, talking to the editor, Butterfly came galloping up, ridden by Mink, who was no longer a runaway.
“I seed you put ‘im out in de swamp dar, Mars’ Joe, an’ den I seed some er de yuther niggers gwine dar long wid dem Yankee mens, an’ I say ter myse’f dat I better go dar an’ git ‘im; so I tuck ‘im down on de river, an’ here he is. He mayn’t be ez fatez he wuz, but he des ez game ez he yever is been.”
Joe was pleased, and the editor was pleased; and it happened that Mink became one of the tenants on the plantation, and after a while he bought a little farm of his own, and prospered and thrived…
And More to Come…