W. Calvin Fields III

About W. Calvin Fields IIIDr. Fields has a few simple questions to ask you:

  • Do you want to live in a country where you can never have personal privacy or one where you have to share all property with everyone else? You can never own your own house.
  • Do you want other people you don’t know to have total control over your body?
  • Do you want a country that won’t let you travel without prior permission from a governing body? Do you want your country to say you cannot leave or go on vacation when you like?
  • Do you want to spend your life unable to worship God with others, whenever you choose?
  • Do you want to be told what menial job you will have to do for your entire life, and not get paid enough to buy enough food or have nice clothes or even running water and a warm home?
  • Do you want to be the victim of forced abortions if you don’t get prior permission of authorities to have more than one child, or any child?
  • Do you want to live in a country where you cannot select your government representatives?
  • Do you want to be forced to worship a government bureaucrat or be punished, or worse?
  • Do you want to live in a country where you will be a poor slave your entire, short life?
  • Do you like government bureaucrats telling you want to think and believe, or be punished?
  • Would you like to be put in prison simply for speaking your mind to friends or family?If you answered “no” to any of these questions above, you must read this book, if for no other reason than as a duty to your country, America.

Calvin Fields III is a fourth-generation Texan, his great grandfather stopped at Henrietta, Texas, where the railroad ended, to resettle and begin a new life after traveling far from his former home state of Kentucky. The 1,500-acre cattle ranch built by James Thomas Fields still exists today as a cattle ranch and is listed in the Texas archives as a century-old cattle ranch of continuous operation in the state.

It was at the ranch that J.T. Fields’ great grandson, Fields III, visited virtually every Saturday with his cowboy father, W.C. Fields, that his love for Texas land grew. It was also the experiences he had there that stimulated and developed his curiosity to explore unknown territories that probably had something to do with the researching of this book.  Fields is known to say that “it was a 1,500 acre, idealic dreamland come true for a little boy in Texas at a time when the most popular televisions shows were westerns and World War II movies.”

A lot of people think cowboys are just dumb red necks. Not true. W. Calvin earned the Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and had a twenty-year career as a top-notch Professor of Management.  But it was from the university culture during those years that Fields learned the truth of what most mistakenly call liberalism.  In truth, this deadly ideology is not liberal [i.e., generous or gracious] at all!

The ideas contained in the present work first began germinating when Jennifer Flowers came on the national scene with remarkable tales about Bill Clinton in the early 1990s. It started Fields to thinking about how such a great country could produce so many citizens nowadays with such hedonistic indulgences, even at the highest levels of national leadership.

It was at this time that Fields became determined to get to the bottom of what had happened to America in the 1960s. It appeared that the 1960s was some kind of revolution that America never overcame.  This book is an account that explains what happened, who’s responsible, and what bizarre agenda is being implemented in America without awareness by its citizens.  If we don’t wake up from our nightmare and call this beast by its accurate name, we may very well lose all the hard-earned freedoms won in the 1776 victory for independence from Great Britain.