Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the author was one of six children born to Italian immigrants. Her four brothers all served in the military. She had an Ivy League education, and for many years taught in the public school system. She married an Iranian surgeon and raised three children, serving an active role in their education. The former teacher, talk show host, and chef, is now a grandmother who worries about the future of her grandchildren.
During her more than three decades of political activism covering education, as well as local and state politics, the author observed a pattern of corruption and secrecy originating in the state legislatures and moving on through Congress and the White House, all servants of their corporate benefactors who spend our hard-earned money in every country but America. The legacy we leave to our grandchildren is one of joblessness, open borders with drugs and violence, and servitude to the masters of the New World Order.
Don’t Tread on Me was written for everyone who has witnessed the decline of our culture, loss of jobs, failure of the educational system and the arrogance of our elected officials. Don’t Tread on Me exposes the con games of the government and the media, and offers solutions to this takeover of our liberties and Republic.