Wednesday, January 25, 2017

On Tour: Political Straight Talk by H. John Lyke

Inside the Book:

Title: Political Straight Talk
Author: H. John Lyke with Kathryn L. Robyn
Publisher: iUniverse
Genre: Political
Format: Ebook
In writing the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, our Founding Fathers established a democratic republic with a solid political basis. What they wrote was the political map that future representatives would need to follow to conduct the people's business in an efficient and effective manner. As long as they faithfully carried out the people's will, our democracy and republic would function in a way congruent with our forebears' wishes.

What in the world happened?

H. John Lyke, a board-certified psychologist and professor emeritus at Metropolitan State College of Denver, and the author of multiple political psychology books, suggests that ever since George Washington retired as captain of our ship of state, subsequent presidents and members of Congress have failed to use the sailing chart of the Constitution. Instead, they've chosen to pursue their own and their political parties' self-interests.

Lyke uses psychological principles to explore the reasons why our government has fallen so low, and in the voice of a kind but determined therapist, he offers simple and viable solutions to get us back to following our map.

Meet the Author:

Dr. Lyke earned his master's degree in clinical psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia and his doctorate at Michigan State University. He is a board-certified psychologist and professor emeritus at Metropolitan State College of Denver, and was a clinical psychologist for the State of Colorado for many years. He has written the political psychology books The Impotent Giant and What Would Our Founding Fathers Say: How Our Leaders Have Lost Their Way, and co-authored a psychology self-help book, Walking on Air without Stumbling. He lives in Denver and has three grown children and four grandchildren. To find out more, please visit lykeablebooks4u. com, where you can read more about him as well as follow his current and archived blog posts.

More important to John, however, is that you join the discussion at, where the blog originates and you can post your comments.

Tour Schedule

Monday, April 24
Interviewed at Review From Here

Tuesday, April 25

Thursday, April 27
Guest blogging at The Hype and the Hoopla

Friday, April 28
Interviewed at Niume

Monday, May 1
Guest blogging at Inkslinger's Opus

Tuesday, May 2
Interviewed at A Title Wave

Wednesday, May 3
Guest blogging at Read Between the Ink

Thursday, May 4
Interviewed at Bent Over Bookwords

Monday, May 8
Guest blogging at The Book Refuge

Tuesday, May 9
Interviewed at A Book Lover

Thursday, May 11
Guest blogging at I'm Shelf-ish

Friday, May 12
Guest blogging at The Dark Phantom

Tuesday, May 16
Interviewed at The Writer's Life

Wednesday, May 17
Guest blogging at The Revolving Bookshelf

Friday, May 19
Guest blogging at Write and Take Flight

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