THE MCCOLLOUGH BOOK CLUB
Believing that a doctor’s responsibility to humanity extends beyond prescribing medications and performing surgery, Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough spends much of his nights and weekends with another one of his passions: creative writing.
Over the past thirty (30) years, Dr. McCollough has authored a library of original books ranging from fact to “faction” (fiction based on fact.) Mainstream advice to consumers on appearance, health, and vocational enhancement matters are tastefully blended with motivational, inspirational, theological, scientific, instructional, and political ideas.
Though—from book to book—the genre may differ, all of Dr. McCollough’s writings contain a central theme: how to make life on earth better … today and tomorrow, not only for the individual human being, but for all of humanity.
By becoming a member of The McCollough Book Club, readers will surely experience an enlightened view of the world and the species into whose hands its destiny has been placed.
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Published by NXTGENinteractive Publishing, Minneapolis, MN. First run edition available Christmas, 2013.
Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant:
Grandmaster of Mind Over Matter
Dr. McCollough talks about the winning ways of Coaches Paul “Bear” Bryant and Nick Saban.
Books by Dr. Mccollough
Sales of George Orwell’s novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) have skyrocketed. But why…? Orwell was wrong! Dead wrong! He missed the timing of a Big Brother, master/slave society by three decades.
Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough’s non-fictional 2016: The Orwellian Connection picks up where Orwell left off, exposing the real people, parties and double-speak agenda responsible for turning the United States as far away from our Constitution—and God—as possible.
Layer by layer, images of Oceania come into view. America’s ruling party—currently represented by Sharia-reared figurehead, Barack Hussein Obama—has fully implemented the strategy of Oceania’s ruling party. Make truth whatever the Party needs it to be. Have the people accept the lie. Change the record, when necessary. Create a Godless, One World Order. Program the American people to blindly trust in government as the ultimate giver and taker of all things.
With the precise skill of a surgeon, McCollough connects the common theme running through Orwell’s 1984, Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, Machiavelli’s The Prince, and the Learned Elder’s Protocols. Adding a healthy dose of input from modern day visionaries, the doctor provides a generational bridge leading to why the U.S. is coming apart at the seams … and what can—must—be done to fix it.
McCollough’s 2016: The Orwellian Connection uses words—rather than surgical instruments—to diagnose and dissect evidence confirming the fears of many. The greatest democracy the world has ever known is fighting for its existence. Who would want the bastion of human rights out of the picture? It is a legitimate question.
Are Barack Obama, Valerie Jarrett and Hillary Clinton a hand-picked trio of “worker-bees” serving at the pleasure of an all-powerful committee of Oceania, globalist? How can Obama’s pledge to “… stand with the Muslims when the winds of change blow in an unfavorable direction,” go unchallenged? Does President Obama’s brother’s involvement with the Muslim Brotherhood matter? When the truth of the secret agenda behind the Obama Presidency is fully exposed, what impact will it have on the 2014 midterm elections? Will Hillary’s arrogant retort: “What difference—at this point—does it make?” actually make a difference in her 2016 presidential bid. Can 2016: The Orwellian Connection make a difference? Will the American people finally awaken to the master/slave strategy of the “Big Lie” of Big Brotherism? The greater question is: Will enough of us act upon the truth?
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The House of Facial Plastic Surgery
Ironically, many of the final edits to this commentary were made on July 4th, 2014—Independence Day. I had just completed watching the TV series “John Adams: Don’t Tread on Me.” The inspiring docudrama chronicles the birth of the United States of America and the unrelenting efforts of a man who steered a divided Congress to declare its independence from Great Britain.
There were times in the script when the words “Facial Plastic Surgery” could have been substituted for the “original thirteen colonies” and “Big Brother Otolaryngology” for “the British Monarchy.” Similarities in the storylines are undeniable. Both represent the age-old struggle between independence and bondage—centralization and separation of powers.
The treatise you are about to read brings that struggle home—to the HOUSE OF FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY. It is respectfully dedicated to the founding fathers of an independent specialty and all whose efforts have since been responsible for the state of honor and respectability to which Facial Plastic Surgery has risen … against formidable opposition.
I wish to express my gratitude to all who reviewed this manuscript prior to publication, especially those who weighed in on various portions of its content, particularly Drs. Robert Simons, Mark Connelly, Devinder Mangat, Fred Fedok, Russell Kridel, Bill Silver and (on the FPSFEC/ABFPRS relationship) Mr. Thomas Rhodes.