Revolt: The Secession of Mill Valley

Revolt The Secession of Mill Valley How far are you willing to go to change a broken nation Author Ray Bourhis latest novel Revolt The Secession of Mill Valley asks us all this question He also asks an even important question Can we c

  • Title: Revolt: The Secession of Mill Valley
  • Author: Ray Bourhis
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  • Page: 490
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  • How far are you willing to go to change a broken nation Author Ray Bourhis latest novel, Revolt The Secession of Mill Valley, asks us all this question He also asks an even important question Can we change a broken nation His protagonist, Sean Cogan, answers these questions by daring a small town to walk away from The United States of America in this fast paced, wHow far are you willing to go to change a broken nation Author Ray Bourhis latest novel, Revolt The Secession of Mill Valley, asks us all this question He also asks an even important question Can we change a broken nation His protagonist, Sean Cogan, answers these questions by daring a small town to walk away from The United States of America in this fast paced, well balanced, ripped from the headlines, and thought provoking novel.Sean Cogan, a charming, independent, political malcontent, is convinced that America has become irrevocably mired in big money, greed and power grabs, and is certain that now is the time to revolt against the destruction of this once great country Like many across the country, Sean Cogan has simply had enough A corrupt financial system, politicians bought and paid for by major corporations, our laws inequitably applied against the have nots, and excessive taxes stolen from the people to pay for political pork are as un American as you can get, and mocks the founding principles upon which this once great country was built At least that s how Cogan and his fellow Mill Valley residents see it And Cogan plans to do something about it Now.Believing that no matter who is President, and regardless of political affiliation, we are no longer a country of the people, by the people, for the people He believes that we have become a nation held in a vice grip by powerful Wall Street interests and corrupt multi national corporations He thinks most people are too ambivalent, too distracted and too afraid to do anything about it He thinks reform movements are a joke, that there is no hope in working within the system and that if something dramatic doesn t happen right now, the very concept of self government will become obsolete Unwilling to simply accept this, he decides to shake things up.With the support of a few close friends of differing political persuasions, he registers an initiative for the town ballot in the small town of Mill Valley, California, to secede from the Union Town Hall meetings, national debates and interference by powerful Washington operatives lead to Cogan s appearance on a National talk show moderated by a reporter involved in an underhanded scheme to bring the initiative to a crashing halt and destroy his integrity in the process.The resulting publicity turns the initiative into a man bites dog news story across the country Sean is pursued by reporters, confronted by bloggers and commentators, and captures the eye and despair of the nation.Only a visit to a gutsy CNN reporter, and collaboration by supporters, force shocking revelations to the surface, and the tide begins to turn.Could this really happen Yes Should it happen Readers will have to decide for themselves.Revolt The Secession of Mill Valley may just be the start of something big Very big.

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    1. Ray Bourhis is uniquely qualified as a political pundit and proponent for change against corporate and political corruption A lawyer and consumer advocate practicing out of San Francisco, California, Bourhis has been at the forefront of the battle against excessive power and greed for over three decades A graduate of UC Berkeley s prestigious Boalt Hall, he specializes in policyholder representation in cases involving the wrongful denial of long term disability insurance claims Ray credits an attempt by Elmhurst, Queens gang members to throw him, at the age of twelve, into a blazing bonfire, with helping him develop the survival skills needed to take on insurance companies and other entrenched bullies.In addition to Revolt, Bourhis is the author of Insult to Injury, which has been optioned as a feature film, and his upcoming non fiction work titled, This Ain t Harvard He lives in Ross and Montecito, California.

    2. I don’t get to read a novel dealing with politics and government very often. This book is a great example of that genre, as it takes a good honest look at some of the issues facing our real life governments today. The story deals with our protagonist, Sean Cogan, who – like many people today – is fed up with the corruption that is plaguing all levels of government. We see parallels of actual events happening in society today, dealing with independence from governments, environmental issues [...]

    3. Rating: 9.0/10.0Review: The author did a great job at pointing out some major issues in the American society. The main character, Sean Cogan, is fed up with how the government is working out and he tries to take matters in his own hands. The author did a great job putting together the pieces of the main character a fully enthralled person. I really liked the way the author brought the issues in politics to light, along with what people who are fed up with them all would do if it became too much. [...]

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