What They Didn’t Tell You.


We have just published 2 new books that exposes how the Digital Divide was created, and how it will not be solved because the current common wisdom and government plans and policies are based the rewriting of history– that has been going on for decades.

We are giving away “DISS-CONNECTED”,  an easy, quick read, which comes with  a warning– it details how AT&T, Verizon and Centurylink, with the help of the cable companies– created the Digital Divide, and exposes one of the largest accounting scandals in American history.    This first book is  the “LTE” version of the more extensive:  “The Book of Violations & Egregious Acts: The Trillion Dollar Broadband Scandal”, which provides the details– the facts.

At this time, over $150 billion in new state and federal government subsidies are being given out to supposedly close the ‘Digital Divide’.  The IRREGULATORS  believe that the public needs to know that America already paid over $1/2 trillion dollars for a fiber optic future that never showed up — and the monopoly power is so pervasive that they have been able to erase history, to the point that these same companies will be rewarded for their letting America’s critical infrastructure fall apart.

What’s worse, the companies have captured the regulators  –Every State has a primary public telecommunications public utility and NO government broadband agency, nor regulator has even mentioned this fact- or that billions of dollars per state that should have been used to deliver fiber optic broadband over the last 30 years was diverted to build out wireless or to buy media and entertainment companies. In fact,  underneath is one of the largest accounting scandals in history.

When the facts actually matter, sometimes you got to get your hands dirty. DISS-CONNECTED is a summary of just how far America has fallen; Violations & Egregious Acts supplies a more extensive road-map for solving the Digital Divide and holding the companies accountable. America must halt the massive accounting scandal and make the companies lower rates, open the networks to competition, creating a new open, enhanced, state-based public utility that includes municipalities.

These books are based on 30 years of research and are the culmination of “The Book of Broken Promises” series that included “$200 Billion Broadband Scandal” (published 2005), and the later editions,  $300 Billion, $400 Billion and $500 Billion. And counting the first in the series,  “Unauthorized Bio of the Baby Bells & Info-Scandal” (1998), there has been over 18 million downloads.