A cure for cancer is discovered in the 1960s, only to be covered up by a secret syndicate, The Foundation, for fear that the cure will wreak havoc on the U.S. economy. Decades later, The Foundation, which has now gained power over nearly every aspect of American life, is trying to manage the economic crisis brought on by terrorist attacks and the same National Health Care system they had put in motion years before. Now, just as economic chaos looms, it is learned that China has the long withheld cure and intends to release it, which could further devastate the U.S. economy and its sovereignty. Will the U.S. be able to recover? Or has The Foundation taken Americans to the brink of no return? Is this America's qUltimate Point of Vulnerability, q a qperfect stormq of divergent elements, crashing together at the same time, overwhelming enough to destroy the most powerful country in the world? About the Author Bob G. Shupe entered the insurance industry in 1977 as a finance and insurance agent for a local automobile dealership.In 1978 he was hired by the Nationwide Insurance Group as a full line agent. During his tenure he was also a district manager and commercial employee benefits and commercial property and casualty trainer. During his final years with Nationwide, Mr. Shupe was a leading independent producer for that company. It was during those years that he attained much of his technical knowledge about insurance. Bob Shupe is a much sought after speaker on the subject of health care costs. He has spoken in several states and is constantly scheduling other events concerning this very timely and controversial subject. He has been the key note speaker on the platform with CEOs from several major carriers and recently testified before the Pennsylvania State Legislature regarding failed Tennessee legislation related to national health care initiatives. qUltimate Point of Vulnerabilityq is his third book.Harry was behind the wheel of his 2000 Chevy Impala. He had bought the car new, with six miles on the odometer. The car looked new. It was Harrya#39;s pride. He knew the car would have to last until he could no longer drive, and he tookanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ultimate Point of Vulnerability|
|Author||:||Bob G. Shupe|
|Publisher||:||Wheatmark, Inc. - 2009|