THE ASSAULT ON AMERICA: HOW TO DEFEND OUR NATION BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE! by Alex McFarland (Author), Will Graham (Foreword)
Publisher: Harrison House Publishers (August 18, 2020)
America is on the brink of collapse.
What will you do to save your country?
“America has suffered some big losses—eroding morals, a Godless culture, and a declining national spirit. These losses have corrupted the very fabric of our once-stalwart nation, coalescing into social and political overthrow with anarchy raging in the streets. Many wonder, Is this the end of America? Author, broadcaster, and educator, Alex McFarland answers with a resounding NO!
Considered a religious and cultural expert by Fox News and CNN, McFarland points out that many of our elected officials have a vested interest in America’s decline. With malice and greed, these political villains care nothing for the country they’ve been appointed to serve. So, it’s up to honest citizens like you—who love God and cherish this nation—to stand up and defend America…before it’s too late! The Assault on America arms you to take action by outlining…
The real source of America’s problems that no one dares to talk about How the next election will impact your future, and what you can do about it How you can be heard as a voice for good
Start protecting your family and your nation today! Your way of life depends on it!”
THE PRINCETON REVIEW’S BEST 386 COLLEGES
The Princeton Review Reports Findings of Its Survey of College Administrators on Fall 2020, and Its 29th Annual College Rankings in “The Best 386 Colleges
- Rankings Reveal Top 20 Schools in 62 Categories Based on 143,000-Student Survey
NEW YORK, August 18, 2020 — According to a Princeton Review® survey that recently polled administrators at schools featured in the company’s just-published book, The Best 386 Colleges, the top priority among college administrators for the upcoming school year is “social distancing: maintaining health and safety on campus.” The issue administrators ranked as likely to be the greatest concern among students is “financial aid.”
Conducted from July 1 to July 22, The Princeton Review Best 386 Colleges Administrator Survey featured 11 questions on the 2020 fall outlook in light of COVID-19–related issues. Topics included projected fall enrollment and reopening plans, and campus modifications due to COVID-19. Respondents were also asked to rank four current issues in priority order based on which they perceive will be the highest concern among administrators and highest concern among students.
ROB FRANEK, Editor-in-Chief at The Princeton Review, is a nationally recognized expert on colleges and higher education. Over his 26-year career, he has been a college admissions administrator, publisher, editor, author, and lecturer. In his tenure with The Princeton Review, he has visited hundreds of high schools, colleges, and universities.
He says the interactions he has with students, parents, educators and administrators are among his most rewarding professional experiences.
Rob is author of several books, including: The Best 386 Colleges (August 18, 2020), The Best Value Colleges (February 2020), and College Admissions during COVID (forthcoming October 2020), an updated edition of his College Admission 101 (May 2018). Rob is also author of Colleges That Create Futures (May 2017) and co-author of If the U Fits: Expert Advice on Finding the Right College and Getting Accepted (March 2014). All are Penguin Random House publications. As Editor-in-Chief of The Princeton Review, Rob is publishing director of a line of books that numbers more than 150 titles. Available from Penguin Random House, the line includes test-prep guides, college and graduate school admission resources, and study aids. He directs The Princeton Review’s surveys of college applicants and their parents for its annual College Hopes & Worries Survey, as well as the company’s surveys of college administrators and students for its annual college and graduate school rankings.