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Grand Theft History: Exposing King’s Mountain and the Southern Revolution Liberals Want Forgotten Paperback – October 6, 2015
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Praise for Ilario Pantano’s works of military history:
"Pantano's story is a tough, gritty, no-holds-barred saga of war by one who knows what it's like to be caught in a crossfire." - Oliver L. North, Host of War Stories on Fox News Channel and former U.S. Marine
“The writing is riveting. The timing fortuitous. The message timeless. Pantano has given us more than just a war story. This is an American story.” - Michelle Malkin, New York Times bestselling author
“Suspenseful and involving…absorbing psychology.” - Booklist
“Vivid…Compelling… gripping style that carries the reader” - The Weekly Standard
About the Author
A marine sniper who once faced the death penalty for killing terrorists in Iraq, no one knows the theft of history better than Ilario Pantano. Unlike most so-called culture warriors, Pantano actually has the scars and he “knows what it's like to be caught in a crossfire," said Colonel Oliver North.
MSNBC host Chris Matthews has said Pantano is “a guy who knows what he’s talking about.” Fox’s Sean Hannity told America that Pantano “belongs in Congress,” and Sarah Palin, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Ryan and Allen West have all agreed.
Pantano is a tireless advocate for our nation’s veterans, directing the North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs. For the past six years, he has walked battlefields and scoured archives on another mission–restoring the stolen valor of the American Revolution. Ilario Pantano is a real life warrior fighting to defend our culture.
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From the roots of the historical Revolutionary War record, based on primary sources, to present day events a pattern is brilliantly highlighted by Ilario Pantano's spirited writing. This work holds the reader spellbound and in awe of how decades of manipulation of the facts have created today's volatile social climate.