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Announcing the Publication of “Duopoly: How the Republicrats Control the Electoral Process” by: Darryl W. Perry

Free Patriot Press is pleased to announce the publication of “Duopoly: How the Republicrats Control the Electoral Process.”

Duopoly presents the history of the electoral system in the United States and explores the very real barriers faced by potential independent and “third-party” political candidates. Perry shows that the American system is rigged against voters and their rightful choices in favor of a two-party duopoly controlled by the Republican and Democratic parties, aka the Republicrats. The book has been called a must read for “every Political Science 101 student, every member of Congress, and every state legislator in the country.”

Duopoly is Perry’s fourth book and the seventh to be published by Free Patriot Press.

Perry’s literary achievements include:

Songs of Freedom: Tales From The Revolution:     One of four finalists in the Current Events: Political/Social category of The National “Best Books 2010” Awards and August 2009 Book of the Month by Freedom Book Club.

The Anarcho Teachings of Yeshua:  2010   “Book of the Year” Freedom Book Club and 1st Annual LAVA Awards Charles Angrand (Artwork) Award.


Duopoly, by Darryl W. Perry, published by Free Patriot Press, will be available October 4, 2011 from and all major book stores.


Free Patriot Press is an independent alternative media / publishing company, founded by Darryl W. Perry in June 2009, with the mission of “ensuring a FREE PRESS for the FREEDOM MOVEMENT” and to also give new authors an avenue for publishing freedom oriented material.” FPP welcomes any author committed to the Freedom Movement.

To schedule an interview with Darryl please send an email to or call 202 709 4377

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Jill Pyeatt

Jill Pyeatt is a small-business owner and jewelry designer from Southern California. She currently serves on the Judicial Committee of the Libertarian Party of CA. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter.


  1. paulie paulie September 16, 2011

    @1 Huh?

  2. paulie paulie September 16, 2011

    No worries

    I need new glasses and a swiss cheese hole removal thingamajiggy for my brain too 🙂

  3. excuses, excuses, excuses,

    well here goes mind [pun intended],

    my J-school back ground tends to read things like a hard news column (quickly, and in the ‘inverted pyramid’ style)

    health problems catching up with me, if the new meds do not rearrange the bactirum [damn gonorrhea!] then it is back to the hospital, er, ah, um, ‘over night spa’

    sleeping ten to twenty hours with ‘quickie’ reality breaks (pee, poop, food, news paper, CRT screen) often in grogy, bumping in to walls condition

    if I ‘pop off’ in the next couple of years, tell ‘every one’ that the Ds and Rs are not to be trusted!

    seems like #@&$%# Obama, my Yokohoma Momma, might get re – elected. Starting December 2012: Opeach Obama!

  4. paulie paulie September 16, 2011


    Hope you feel better and sooner rather than later.

  5. the Rs and the Ds have been dicking the American public around for decades.

    Can we stop them, or at least hurt them? Don’t know!

    Will we be mute while the USA is being driven into a ditch with our own tax monies? No!

    Mean while, leading the learning curve: Polio in the 1950s, AIDS in the 1980s, Post Operation Infection(s) in the 21st Century *

    * hey I was reallllllllll thirsty —– but I knew I should not have drank out of the …………


    british, but not MSM (that I know of ……..)

    On climate change: variations are “natural, cyclical environmental trends”.

    That “we can’t say with assurance that human activities cause weather changes” and that climate problems in Texas are best solved through “days of prayer for rain”.

    You would probably be even more disturbed to be told that these are the opinions expressed by potential Republican candidates for the US presidential nomination (see “Science rears its head in Republican debates”).

    It’s alarming that a country which leads the world in science – the home of Benjamin Franklin (Britain’s Copley Award), Richard Feynman (‘Smartest Man since Einstein’) and Jim Watson (IBM)- might be turning its back on science ………… is treating scientific discussion as if it were political debate.

    When some politicians try to sway public opinion, they employ the tricks of the debating chamber: cherry-picking data, ignoring the consensus opinions of experts, adept use of a sneer or a misplaced comparison, reliance on the power of rhetoric rather than argument.

    They can often get away with this because the media rely too much on confrontational debate in place of reasoned discussion.

  7. Darryl W. Perry Darryl W. Perry September 28, 2011

    Pre-order Duopoly: How the Republicrats Control the Electoral Process

    ***special offer***

    Pre-order by Monday (Oct. 3) and pay no shipping charges!!!

    Pre-order link

    (offer applies to orders shipped within the U.S.A. or to Canada)

    One of the reviewers suggested that the book be read by every Political Science student, State Legislator & Congressman… I’m hoping that people get on board with the suggestion and send a copy to their State Rep., State Senator & 3 members of Congress (1 US Rep. & 2 US Senators)

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