If I Were President: Saving Main Street America
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Available: June 2014
IF I WERE PRESIDENT is about Main Street Americans and the 99% trying to cope with a broken economy and a dysfunctional federal government that no longer works for them. Main Street Americans are trying to survive being unemployed, underpaid, and living in poverty. Fricke illustrates the wastefulness of our federal government and the unwillingness of Congress and the White House to help their own citizens. Fricke provides new ways to re-organize our federal government so that it will serve America better. He creates a new economy for Main Street America and a blueprint to rebuild Main Street America for years to come. Hopefully, by reading this book, you will discover new ideas and concepts that could fix all of America! This is how Fricke sees America from where he lives—Main Street America.
Randy Fricke is an avid environmentalist in the State of Colorado and has served in leadership positions in several local and regional environmental organizations. He was the co-founder of the Middle Colorado River Watershed Partnership. He has done considerable writing on renewable energy and clean water issues. He was a Congressional Candidate for Colorado’s Western Third District in the 2004 election. Fricke earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education with a Social Science Endorsement from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His major field of emphasis was political science. He earned a Masters of Education Degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, as well. Fricke demonstrated his versatility in his careers as an educator, athletic coach, state government administrator, and a retail automobile sales consultant. Today, Fricke is fashioning his creativity, skills, and experience into being a free-lance writer. Randy Fricke resides in Western Colorado with his family. He enjoys the outdoors, gardening, NCAA Football, and spending time with his dog, Max.