Discover What Made America Great! In time for the 2020 election. Read how Conservative values made the USA special, and will keep it that way! Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble arrow_back arrow_forward The Great the Late (Almost)
United States of America!
BY LELAND M. STENEHJEM, JR. This book will help people understand the conservative philosophy and how important it is to the survival of the USA. Buy On Amazon
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Leland M. Stenehjem, Jr., grew up in North Dakota, became an Eagle Scout, then went on to serve in the United States Army. He worked in the White House, as an attorney, and a leader in the banking industry. Now Lee is the conservative author of the new book “The Great The Late (Almost) United States of America!”

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Leland M. Stenehjem, Jr.

This book may change your perspective on progressive, liberal agendas, and their negative impact on the future of the United States of America! It is author Leland M. Stenehjem, Jr.’s hope that this book will help American’s understand the conservative philosophy and how important it is to the survival of this great country.

Dale Loves Lee’s Book!

He said they should make this book mandatory for high school kids to read. I can’t wait to read it myself.”

Dale and Cindy G., Scottsdale, AZ

Mr. Stenehjem Does a Wonderful Job…

Of chronologically walking us through the most significant events and issues that have affected our country throughout the last 244 years.

Bill M., Tucson, AZ

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