From TaxTheRichDotName: Book Announcement & Radio Booking Inquiry
Philip A. Bralich., Ph.D., author of "Blaming Japhy Rider: Memoir of a Dharma Bum Who Survived" has just published his political views regarding his attempt to address the disparity of the wealth in the U.S. and the world via a movement to tax the rich thoroughly, profoundly, and punitively. He is currently seeking radio spots as a guest expert/humorist on the issues of economic disparity, and taxing the rich.
Included are emails with these well-known titles, "On the Family of Four Income," "Portrait of a Satanist," "How to Stop Communism and Capitalism via a Proper Understanding of Hegel," "Free Market VERSUS Capitalism," and "On Women in the Workplace."
This is in coordination with the recent release of the full set of TaxTheRichEmails as an eBook and paperbook by Balboa press available through normal channels. The book is titled, "Common Cents" The Full Set of TaxTheRichDotName Emails and is available on-line and at bookstores. A sample is provided at the end of this email. A copy of the book of the full set of emails can be sent upon request. The emails are hard-hitting, often humorous but clearly demonstrate an ability to cut through the gridlock and the spin of current American political situation and motivate bills and votes to move America back to a free-market economy. For samples and press releases, search TaxTheRichDotName (Google is most productive).
Dr. Bralich, the author, is currently available for radio interviews as an expert on this topic. He is capable of presenting a convincing argument with biting satire, subtle humor, and even belly laughs. In short, his work and his book promise both a wake-up call to the voter, a convincing argument, the ability to counter one-line logic with better on-liners, and a lot of humor.
"Common Cents" was just published June 15th of this year and is just now beginning to appear on-line though the emails are known in news and political circles nationally and internationally. His memoir, "Blaming Japhy Rider" is getting much more attention and supports the marketing and political efforts of the TaxTheRich movement, website, and book.
An Internet search (Google works best) of "taxtherichdotname," "Blaming Japhy Rider," or "Philip A. Bralich" is quite indicative of sustained and growing, successful marketing efforts and growing attention from the public.
The dreaded, triple skull and crossbones logo associated with the TaxTheRichDotName emails and website is supported with logo wear, lapel pins, etc.
Philip A. Bralich, Ph.D.
Author: "Common Cents"