Available NOW: The South Was Right

I know, I know…. “but Bennett, this is just too incendiary. It’s politically incorrect.”

South-cvr-final_v01.webWell… let’s just say that I have never been too concerned about just who the hell I offended. My goal has always been to bring an alternative thought process to the table – and more importantly – a little something called TRUTH!

Thank you Donald Adair. You are still my inspiration over sixty years later.

What you are about to read (80 pages of book print) was written by Samuel Augustus Steel in 1914 – a mere half-century after the end of the War of Northern Aggression. The book was published by the The R. L. Bryan Company of South Carolina – yes THAT South Carolina – where the Confederate Battle Flag was just removed from the South Carolina State Capitol recently. Shame on them all!

“A nation that is ignorant of its past, is a nation that is ripe for deception and manipulation. Therefore, it is not what happened, but rather what people believe happened which determines the present actions of a nation.” ~ Warriors of Honor
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UPDATE: It has taken two years, but….

Dr. Kelley’s Cancer book is nearly ready to print.

Victory – at last…

bennett_0608Being in the unique position to have been trained by Kelley and having worked with him for the last seven years of his life, I felt privileged to have been asked by his son John Kelley to take over the editing and publication of Dr. Kelley’s Self-Test for the Different Metabolic Types in 2013. Did we do a rewrite? NO!… But there were editing issues that we felt needed to be corrected, a chart which badly needed updating – in addition to other pertinent information, which Kelley had always published separately in the past – and we chose to merge these publications into one.

wordsmith
noun word·smith \ˈwərd-ˌsmith\
a person who works with words; especially : a skillful writer. (Courtesy: Merriam-Webster)

Shortly after issuing the first of the updated Self-Test books, we were handed instructions to cease and desist publication of CANCER: Curing the Incurable, first by an individual referenced several times in the book in a somewhat slanderous manner (and I had always felt that it was unnecessary anyway) and secondly – and most importantly – by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) itself, who let us know in no uncertain terms, that the use of the word ‘cure‘ (or any variation thereof) was unacceptable… and so – for those of you who know me and how my mind works – I was determined to take on the common enemy – by playing wordsmith. Continue reading