What You Didn't Learn From Your Parents About Politics
The world of politics can be a strange place, full of hanging chads, hot-button topics, and sketchy voting booths (don't even get us started on the politicians). Because politics has become more and more complicated, we're often too frustrated to...
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The world of politics can be a strange place, full of hanging chads, hot-button topics, and sketchy voting booths (don't even get us started on the politicians). Because politics has become more and more complicated, we're often too frustrated to even consider getting involved. Nobody listens to you anyway, so why should you care? Why? Because eventually you'll be running the place (we think). With an honest approach and the wit of a merciless late-night comic, Matthew Paul Turner offers a streamlined guide for navigating the world of American government. Inside you'll learn about everything you missed when you skipped PoliSci 101, from what the real issues are to what's a bunch of . . . well, pork. 'Cause if you don't end up running the country, you'll at least be footing the bill. Ouch.
Take a faith-based look at our government. As we sort out the Republicans from the Democrats, the Senate from the House, you'll be equipped and challenged to get engaged with the world.
Matthew Paul Turner is a social and cultural commentator for today. The author of The Christian Culture Survival Guide and The Coffeehouse Gospel, he has also served as editor-in-chief for CCM, the nation's leading Christian entertainment magazine, and music and entertainment editor for Crosswalk.com, the world's largest Christian website. Matthew is also a frequent contributor to Relevant magazine. He and his wife, Jessica, live in Nashville, Tennessee.