In one of those stunning coincidences of history, like Charles Darwin and Abraham Lincoln being born on the same day (February 12, 1809), the three most important books of 2019 are ALL being released on the same day, November 5.
The three books are PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION, by Kent Heckenlively (that’s me) and Judy Mikovits, TRIGGERED, by Donald Trump, Jr. and LOSER-THINK, by Scott Adams.
Charles Darwin gave us new eyes with which to view the natural world while Abraham Lincoln gave us our second American Revolution.
In much the same way, the three books being released on November 5 (and all are NOW available for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes & Noble) will also change the world.
PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION tells the continuing story of Dr. Judy Mikovits…
…a courageous Rosalind Franklin type researcher with the quick wit one might expect of Erin Brockovich if she had a doctorate in molecular biology. Her eyes were opened when she discovered a mouse retrovirus which had jumped into human beings (probably through vaccines), but she was unprepared for the widespread corruption of science in multiple fields.
From the lies told by our military/industrial complex about cancer rates around bio-weapons facilities, to cover-ups regarding breast implants, the truth about the AIDS epidemic, as well as a possible viral link to Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Mikovits has been on nothing less than a voyage of discovery these past few years.
And there is reason to hope that all of these conditions can be treated if only we have the courage to face the darkness of the past. One must fight the long dark night of the soul to reach the new dawn of a bright future for human health.
TRIGGERED, by Donald Trump, Jr. is described in the following way on Amazon:
“No topic is spared from political correctness in Donald Trump, Jr.’s, Triggered, which will expose all the tricks that the left uses to smear conservatives and push them out of the public square, from online “shadow banning” to fake accusations of “hate speech.”
No topic is spared from political correctness. This is the book that the leftist elites don’t want you to read!
You can see why TRIGGERED will be the second most important book you read this year!
The third most important book you’ll read this year is LOSER-THINK, by Scott Adams…
…the creator of the Dilbert comic strip, who talks about “talent stacks”, and has become one of the most important political and lifestyle commentators of our time.
The sub-title of LOSER-THINK is “How Untrained Brains are Ruining America.” Here at BolenReport, we are all about training your brain.
This is the summary of LOSER-THINK:
What is loser-think?
If you’ve been on social media lately, or turned on your TV, you may have noticed there are a lot of dumb ideas floating around out there.
“We know when history will repeat and when it won’t.”
“We can tell the difference between evidence and coincidences.”
“The simplest explanation is usually true.”
“Stay in your channel.”
Wrong, wrong, dangerous, and wrong!
These false beliefs are the result of what Scott Adams, the creator of the Dilbert comic and a lifelong student of group psychology, calls loser-think.
Loser-think is the epidemic of sneaky mental habits trapping its victims in their own bubbles of reality. Even the smartest and most educated among us can slip into its seductive grasp.
If we’re not careful, loser-think would have us believe that every Trump supporter is a bigoted racist, addicts should be responsible for fixing the opioid epidemic, any form of gun control is a slippery slope to full confiscation, and that your relationship fell apart simply because you chewed with your mouth open.
While it’s true that PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION, TRIGGERED, and LOSER-THINK are the three most important books of 2019, we are heading into election 2020, and the issues brought up by these three books will dominate the media discussion.
Don’t think like a loser, or be triggered into not considering new ideas, and go onto Amazon right NOW and pre-order your copy of PLAGUE OF CORRUPTION.
And, if you want to pick up those next two books, I guess you could.
Or maybe you can wait until they come out in paperback.