Desperate Times

How prepared would you be if hyperinflation were to strike tomorrow? If telecommunications ceased to exist? Would you have something of value to barter with? How would you protect what you have?

Desperate Times Trilogy by Nicholas Antinozzi Desperate Times Trilogy

The dollar crashes and chaos ensues, the public is left to fend for itself in a world without goods and services, without law enforcement. Most have not planned ahead, those who have, find themselves fighting to stay alive. The scenario is both timely and haunting. The questions raised are important and demand to be asked. Read Desperate Times and decide for yourself. Could this really happen? (more…)

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Desperate Measures

A wild, entertaining ride that sheds light on ugly issues of natural gas fracking, patriotically spun by powerful forces determined to further their own agendas.

Desperate Measures: The Alphabet Men by Nicholas AntinozziDesperate Measures: The Alphabet Men

The Alphabet Men is the first book in the Desperate Measures series: a hard look into a not-so distant future, where the consequences for today’s apathy are explored and exposed. Loosely tied to the highly acclaimed Desperate Times series, this is a stand-alone work that combines all of the elements desperate readers have come to expect, while shedding light on one of the most explosive issues of our time. (more…)

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Stealing Second: The Amendments

“A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

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Stealing Second: The Amendments by Nicholas AntinozziStealing Second: The Amendments (Book One)

The freedom to defend oneself against all enemies, foreign and domestic, is the very definition of liberty. America’s Founding Fathers went to great lengths to ensure this right wasn’t infringed upon by future lawmakers. Still, to this day, politicians seem determined to undermine that freedom. Once that right is stripped away from the American People, freedom as we know it will cease to exist. (more…)

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