ABOUT Chris Hambleton

Chris Hambleton
Chris Hambleton resides in Denver, Colorado where he is employed as a software developer and consultant. He has authored more than a dozen books, as well as developed several websites, software applications, and written software-related articles. His other interests include hiking, studyin More...



The Twentieth Century was widely known the “American Century.” The United States of America led the world economically, militarily, and even morally. Her families and communities were strong, her currency was sound, and her military was second to none.

But as the new century opens, America staggers from one crisis to another and her leaders squabble rather than lead. Her enemies openly mock her around the world and brazenly attack her vital interests. At home, her citizens are divided against one another more than they have been in generations. The culture war rages and every passing election only draws more vitriol and animosity from either side.

As America’s problems continue to worsen, history has shown that America will not be saved by her elected officials. If America is to be healed and restored, her restoration must begin somewhere much more foundational – it must begin with her people. But too many Americans don’t even know what it means to even be an American any more, and few can even articulate why the United States was founded in the first place.

Americans need to relearn what made our country great, even when the Republic was only a few years old. Americans need to know what it means to be American once again. America will not be healed from the Oval Office or the halls of the Capitol, but around our kitchen tables, by our communities, and from our churches. But where do we start?

Why is the American Experiment failing today, and what must be done to restore our great nation?