American Bi-partisan politics and views from both extremes.

America's Voter Rebellion


America's Voter Rebellion examines the populist movement which radically effected the primary process leading up to the General Election of 2016. The text examines the campaigns of the contenders and eventual election of President Donald J. Trump. It then puts the 2016 Election in context reviewing the evolution of American Campaigning since the upset vicotry of Harry Truman in 1948.

2018 America's Wave Election


2018 America's Wave Election brings together several series now published as e-books written by Richard Mathews. The comprehensive text deals with the Populist Movement to Income Inequality to Entitlement Reform to Empowering Energy Independence as well as other topics Main Street supports which Washington continues to ignore.

Voices of United States


Voices of United States is an Anthology of posts made on the blog from its inception until 2011 when the site first crashed. Preserving the highest ranked and most read Op-Eds as well as series in this e-book allows readers to review how many contend our future could surpass our past.

Voices of United States Volume II


Voices of United States Volume II is an anthology of the most reads posts which appeared on the Blog from 2012 until it left the Internet in 2016. The work of a dozen Authors is featured expressing their Opinion on how America can Unite the States of this great nation for the benefit of all.

Now Availalbe, "2020 America's Voter Rebellion Continues"

Richard Mathews lends his insights into the pressing issues that will determines the 2020 POTUS.

As the 2020 Democrat field is finalized and President Trump begins his reelection campaign, Richard Mathews presents the issues and policies likely to determine our next POTUS. I hope you will explore, "2020 America's Voter Rebellion Continues."

You asked?


As a writer of American Politics, I have always taken a bi-paritsan  viewpoint. You asked if I am a Democrat, Republican or something else?

To many pundits, members of the political elite and main stream media, they consider me as something not appropriate to note on a public web page. As I've never denied, "I am a Christian first and American second having voted for candidates of both parties for now nearly 40 years."