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Fred's TV Interview http://www.nbcsandiego.com/video/#!/on-air/as-seen-on/Politically-Speaking--Raising-Political-IQ/213548241
Fred Schnaubelt was born in San Diego, California in 1941. He was elected President of Taxpayers Concerned for 1972 and in 1974 was appointed to the San Diego County Board of Public Welfare. From 1977 to 1981 he served on the San Diego City Council casting more "no votes than all other councilmembers combined. Fulfilling a campaign promise to serve only one term, he did not run for re-election.
He was invited to testify before the U.S. President's Commission on Housing and the U.S. House of Representatives Banking Committee. He has served as a director of San Diego Apartment Association, Board of Realtors, First Centennial Title Insurance Company, and American Thrift & Loan Association.
Fred has published over 100 articles on economics, real estate and politics in various newspapers. In 1986 he served as a television panelist for "ON EDGE" a weekly TV Program on Southwestern Cable. In 1987 he married microbiologist Irina Antonova in Moscow, USSR. From 1996-1999 he hosted the radio Talk Shows, The Fred Schnaubelt Show and Schnaubelt's Editorial Page.
His son Chris is a retired Army Colonel living in Washington D.C. and his daughter Leslie lives and works in San Diego. Fred is currently President of Citizens for Private Property Rights and been a commercial real estate broker since 1968.
Fred has been studying politics for over 50 years and has taken the most persuasive responses from over 500 books on major issues that return year after year. These political talking points will enable you to review a particular subject in less than five minutes, formulate an opinion and strike while the iron is hot.
Have you ever been in a discussion and after departing said, "I wish I would have thought of that?"
Have you ever been honeyfuggled by a politician?
Have you known you were going to a party or political event and knew there might be "stimulating or controversial" discussions on the "Topic of the Day?" Here are some great "Zingers" for a game of "gotcha," Letters to the Editor, or debate talking points?
You can then research deeper explanations or more recent data (when more convenient).
With this information you will know more than your associates, know more than most reporters and know more than most politicians on the issues covered in this short, concise book.
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Romancing The Voters
"'Romancing the Voters, Don't Be Honeyfuggled' by Fred Schnaubelt is one of the clearest, most concise little books I've ever read on the workings of our government. Fred explains each issue we face so well with just a few words. I believe it should be in the hands of every citizen prior to our next election. This would also be a helpful little guide for all college age students as they prepare to cast their first votes."
Kathleen Wesselink, DTM/PDG
Past Distinguished Governor of District 35 Toastmasters
Romancing the Voters is a series of issues that find their way into the public arena year after year.
More about the book after something from the Author, Fred Schnaubelt.
Hi, I'm Fred.
I was born in San Diego and since 21 have struggled to find answers to recurring political issues. I grew up in Casa de Oro and graduated from Pt. Loma High School in 1958. I have married 3 times. I met Dr. Irina Nekolaevna Antonova in Russia and married her in Moscow in 1987, just before the Soviet Union collapsed. I have two adult children. At my age I'm thinking ahead and want to go peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather and not screaming like the passengers in his car. So I'm sharing nuggets gleaned from researching over 500 books on the most persuasive responses to some ever current political issues. The issues addressed are intended to be controversial and hard. Answers and insight required thousands of hours of research, ever since I was 21 and first registered to vote. I need your help in emailing your comments about my book to your friends and in reaching my publisher's estimate of 10,000 sales.
"Romancing" is defined as: telling exaggerated lies, telling an untruth, or pretending with intent to deceive, frequently done, but not always by politicians. This is an introduction to the Art of Political Cross-dressing --- using your adversaries own words against them in debate. The issues come fast and furious with little time to think about them. These chapters have enough material in them to deliver fifteen 7 to 10 minute talks to your Toastmasters Club or the basis for 250-500 word Letters to the Editor. First, you'll understand, for instance, why some people in local elections can win with only a few thousand votes of the VEP in a city the size of San Diego, you'll understand how liberals and conservatives think differently --- which you can use to your advantage. There are issues that never seem to go away such as gun control, the death penalty, and the "The Rich Get Richer and Poor Get Poorer." You will know when the media intentionally or unintentionally misrepresents data about the gap between rich and poor, and who really benefits from minimum wage laws. You will learn why speculation and price gouging, stripped of emotion, are beneficial to society. In addition, you'll know why Martin Luther King was a Republican. You will become versed in several "Teachable Moments," for family, friends and co-workers. For every Toastmaster, conservative, Republican, Libertarian and member of the TEA Party this is a must read!
Do You Know?
A 2003 study by Scotland Yard noted eight times as many killings by knives as by guns in England?
In 2007, there were 613 fatal "firearm accidents" in the U.S. This was 0.5% of 123,706 fatal accidents that year?
The Death Penalty is an absolute deterrent to murder?
Why TEA PARTY members are so hated?
That of 675,000 millionaires in 1999, only 38,000 remained in 2007?
A result of raising the "learning wage" - is millions of idle, restless teenagers have lots of time for mischief.
The price of gasoline "adjusted for inflation" in 1919 was $3.84 per gallon; In 2012, 15 cent less than in 1918?
Why the Democrat Party has been the "party of the rich" for decades?
Why the government's Bread and Circuses ended in ancient Rome?
How oil speculation benefits you and society as a whole?
Martin Luther King was a Republican and Why.
READ Romancing The Voters and Learn the Answers
- Publication Date:
- 1490317821 / 9781490317823
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Political Science / Political Advocacy