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I own and operate DUNGAN BOOKS, a small, fiercely independent publishing house in Riverside, California. Although I am a Christian writer, you won't find my books in Christian bookstores because of my occasional use of street language which the powers-that-be find vulgar and distasteful. Since I refrain from taking the Lord's name in vain and obey the word of God, I do not appreciate having my books banned from sale in their stores. They should renounce their elite, one percenter, holier-than-thou notions, journey beyond their restrictive gated communities, and find out what life is like for the rest of us. Celebrate humanity as we praise God together. Let us be grateful for what we have.

Read my latest book, Policing the American Empire—Pax Americana. Let me know your opinion of it.

Immigration Reform

I live in an older residential neighborhood (Arlington Village, Riverside, California) where an increasingly large percentage of the residents are undocumented. Fearing deportation, they necessarily maintain a low profile, rarely going outside their homes, other than to shop, go to school or work. For the most part, they are hard working people who value family life as much or more than their Anglo neighbors. However, since they are not United States citizens and cannot vote, their government representatives are mostly older white men who are unconcerned with the plight of immigrants. We opted to spend $350,000 in federal block grant funds to build a public daycare center at our local park adjacent to an elementary school, but our elitist city councilman stole the money and used it to build a concrete in-line field hockey skating rink for the children of his rich friends. Our legislators need to stay in session without taking holidays and vacations until they reform our immigration laws. We are stuck with a do-nothing Congress who seem content to exploit an undocumented underclass of low wage workers who stand little chance of bettering their quality of life.

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Update

More than five decades have passed since that famous Christmas when Santa invited Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer to guide his sled through the thick fog. You would think that either Reuters or the Associated Press would have provided us with yearly updates. But they are too busy spreading the latest rumors concerning flash-in-the-pan celebrities, to bother reporting on what is going on at the North Pole. So it falls on me, an independent blogger, to fill you in. Rudolph retired 20 years ago and Santa put him out to stud. Four years ago, he was having a great time rutting with an anonymous underage slut when he had a stroke and died before Santa could transport him to the nearest veterinary hospital at Point Barrow, Alaska. They cremated his body and spread the ashes over the northern polar region. It was a touching ceremony—Blitzen cried for a week.

Life goes on. NORAD was predicting a foggy Christmas and Santa did not know what to do. He desperately needed someone who could take Rudolph's place. Subsequently, an elf was giving Santa Claus an unfavorable report about Ruby, a cigar smoking lesbian reindeer with all four legs sleeved in colorful tattoos, when Santa came up with the answer. Ruby with a cigar alight could guide the sleigh on Christmas Eve night. And so she did. It only cost the price of a box of stogies to save Christmas that year. Santa was so happy that he began supporting civil rights for homosexuals.

Of course, a lot of other things have changed. The permafrost has turned into slush, forcing Santa to put knobby tires on the sleigh's runners. The polar icecap is melting and Santa is considering moving to the South Pole where the ground is firm below the ice. Negotiations between NORAD and the United Nations are currently taking place. Please return to this website for-up- to-the-minute updates.

Ruby the Anarchist Reindeer
(sung to the tune of Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer)

Ruby the anarchist reindeer,
Was usually stoned and drunk,
And if you ever saw her, you would surely think her "punk,"
All of the other reindeer called her homophobic names,
Whenever bad things happened, she was the one they blamed.
Then one foggy Christmas Eve, Santa came to say,
"Ruby with your cigar so bright, won't you guide my sleigh tonight?"
Then all the reindeer loved her and they shouted out with glee,
"Ruby the anarchist reindeer you'll go down in herstory."

Why spend money? Pirate this tune via "old school" Napster file-sharing. Browse on by the workshop at the North Pole and see Santa's latest erotic tattoo.

The owners, management, employees, and shareholders of f.dungan.com want to make it clear that we do not endorse flying while intoxicated. Using non-prescription recreational drugs is extremely dangerous. Ruby has come close to colliding with airplanes, helicoptors, microwave towers, tall buildings, and a late-wintering flight of Canadian geese. Two drakes recieved broken wings when Ruby abruptly weaved into them. Convicted of piloting a sleigh with a suspended license, she is currently serving a two year sentence at Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside, California. Recently denied parole, it is doubtful that Santa can find a replacement for her anytime soon. Therefore, Christmas is being postponed until August 25th for the next two years. Santa apologizes for the inconvenience. He is in the process of negotiating a deal with Toys for Tots to have the U.S. Marine Corps fill in by lowering Santa through chimneys from a hovering helicoptor equipped with a sturdy web harness.


This year is the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Of course, Osama bin Laden (now deceased) was to blame. However, New York Mayor Rudy Giulani and the New York Port Authority, which owns the Twin Towers, should share the blame for the deaths of those who jumped to escape the flames. Both had the opportunity to stock "base jump" parachutes on the upper floors of the Trade Center. Neither did. Since there had been a previous attempt to collapse the Twin Towers, New York officials should have been prosecuted for criminal negligence for not taking proper safety precautions. Nobody dared to firebomb Tammany Hall when Boss Tweed was in power. Rudy Giulani could have protected the Trade Center with a battery of Patriot Missiles and several hundred parachutes. It makes me sad that the Big Rotten Apple no longer has a heart.

(with apologies to Bob Dylan)

On election night I went to bed assuming that Hillary Clinton would win the election. Listening to the next morning's news, I learned that although she had won the popular vote by nearly three million votes, Donald Trump was to be the President elect. For the second time in recent memory, the Electoral College vote had thwarted the people's choice. It appears that our nation is undergoing a stressful change. Heathcare, food stamps, education, immigration, and the minimum wage are at issue. President Donald John Trump's nominees for his Cabinet are as follows:

State Department - Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson is a lifelong oil executive with potentially objectionable ties to Russia and no government experience. - confirmed by Senate
Treasury Department - Steven Mnuchin is a Wall Street executive who foreclosed on thousands of homewners during the last recession. - confirmed by Senate on 02/14/2017
Defense Department - James Mattis is a retired Marine 4-star General.
Energy Department - Former Texas Governor Rick Perry seeks approval for the Dakota Access Pipeline project and in the past has sought to eliminate the Energy Department. - confirmed by Senate 03/02/2017
Justice Department - Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions wants to turn back the clock on civil rights and supports tough immigration policies. He has made racially charged remarks. - confirmed by Senate on 02/08/2017
Labor Department - Andy Puzder is a fast food executive who wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage and overtime provisions. - resigned
Education Department - Billionaire Betsy DeVos seeks to privatize public schools by promoting vouchers and charter schools. - confirmed by Senate on 02/07/2017
Environmental Protection Agency - Scott Pruitt is a vocal Global Warming denier. confirmed by Senate on 02/17/2017
Health and Human Services Department - Tom Price is currently the Chairman of the House Budget Committee. He wants to dismantle Obamacare. - confirmed by Senate on 02/09/2017
Commerce Department - Wilbur Ross is a billionaire investor who has made a career of resurrecting dying companies, particularly in coal and steel.
Transportation Department - President-elect Trump has selected Ms. Chao, the labor secretary under President George W. Bush, for Secretary of Transportation. Ms. Chao, who is married to the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, is a fixture of the Republican establishment in Washington. - confirmed by Senate
Interior Department - House Representative Ryan Zinke (Republican - Montana) was picked by Donald Trump to head the Department of the Interior. He served as a Navy Seal from 1986 to 2008 before entering politics. Despite being a lifelong fisherman and hunter, he frequently votes against environmentalists on issues ranging from coal mining to oil and gas drilling.
Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) - Retired neurosurgeon and former GOP presidential primary rival Ben Carson is Trump's nominee for Secretary of HUD. - confirmed by Senate on 03/02/2017
Agriculture Department - Sonny Purdue, a 70 year old veterinarian and former Governor of Georgia, is Trump's nominee.
Department of Homeland Security - Retired General John F. Kelly is Trump's nominee. - confirmed by Senate on 02/17/2017

As of December 19, 2016, the net worth of Donald Trump's proposed team is upwards of $13.1 billion. Trump's proposed Cabinet is set to be among the wealthiest in U.S. history, richer than the administrations of President Obama and President George W. Bush, whose administration was worth $250 million. President Donald John Trump's nominees have a net worth greater than the world's 70 smallest countries. Trump's proclivity for nonsensical tweets that disregard facts gives me the willies. His ties with Vladimir Putin are suspect. On January 20, 2017 Donald Trump took the Oath of Office and was sworn-in as President of the United States in Washington, D.C. amidst a hard rain. President Trump's reign might fail. However, the nation is strong and will no doubt survive.

"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty; power is ever stealing from the many to the few. . . . Only by continued oversight can the democrat in office be prevented from hardening into a despot; only by unintermitted agitation can a people be sufficiently awake to principle not to let liberty be smothered in material prosperity."

- Wendell Phillips


My name is Fred Dungan and I am a chocaholic. No use asking me my favorite flavor, because you already guessed it. My father was a Chief Quartermaster in the Navy who was paid once a month. As soon as he gave my mother her share, she would buy a month's worth of groceries from the Commissary at the U.S. Naval Base on Terminal Island, Long Beach, California. Hidden in among the generic shiny steel cans of vegetables labled with black painted stencils, there was invariably one or two jumbo sized bars of Hershey's Milk Chocolate. Since it had to last us for a month, my mother broke it into small pieces. If we argued over who had the biggest piece, my father would take it away from us. His aim was to run a happy ship. Grumbling was not permitted on his watch.

Now that I have grown up, I am free to eat all the chocolate I want. That is until recently, when I learned that most chocolate came from Ivory Coast and Ghana in West Africa where child (and sometimes slave) labor is being used to satisfy the enormous demands of large manufacturers such as Mars, Hershey's, Nestle, and Cadbury. Three million tons of chocolate are consumed annually, fifty percent of which takes place in Europe, twenty-one percent in the United States. According to the United States State Department, 10,000 Malian children are victims of trafficking or enslavement on cocoa farms in Ivory Coast, a country that produces 40 percent of the worlds' cocoa supply. Ninety percent of the cocoa plantations depend on child labor. Although they claimed to be correcting the situation, statistics prove that the practice has grown in recent years. Until they change their ways, I urge you to boycott giant United States and European chocolate producers.

To satisfy my urge for chocolate, I will most likely buy Ibarra and Abuelita chocolate made in Mexico where chocolate and cacao drinking originated in 1900 B.C. Montezuma is said to have downed more than twenty cups a day. Please do not buy Carlos V brand chocolate as it is currently owned by Nestle.

Hershey is about bottom of the barrel when it comes to quality of chocolate. They actually extract a percentage of cocoa butter from their chocolate and profit from adding it to other products.

Cadbury isn't a quality product because it is made for the European mass market, especially since it needs to be able to survive the rigors of international shipping. Note that Cadbury Cream Eggs are made by Hershey in the United States (their licensing agreement with Cadbury for that and other brands is why they are trying to ban imports).

For good chocolate a local chocolatier who makes their own confections is usually better than anything imported. Some of the higher quality makers in the United States such as Ghirardelli, Godiva, Lindt, etc. would be better choices than imported Cadbury.


Nothing tastes better than hot, fresh french fries. Long before the first McDonald's in Orange County, California, was opened on Harbor Boulevard, two miles south of Disneyland, my mother was making french fries from scratch for our family. She washed Russet potatoes, cut out the eyes with a practiced circular motion of her paring knife, peeled them with an Ekco steel vegetable peeler, cut them into strips with a butcher knife, and fried them in a deep frier, before serving them to her hungry family for dinner. There were never any leftovers, she always cooked the right amount. It was the 1950's and my mother was a full-time housewife. Her job was cooking three meals a day, cleaning our new suburban tract home, shopping for groceries at the U.S. Navy commissary on Terminal Island, attending P.T.A. meetings and driving me to piano lessons, the local branch library, Boys Club, and Y.M.C.A.

Nowadays, few people have the time to cook three meals a day, seven days a week. Fast food has become a staple of American life. Most fast food outlets have decent french fries. However, many fast food chains cook their french fries in large batches, salt them, and place them under a heat lamp until they are sold. This can result in soggy or burnt fries.

For years I attempted to remedy this problem by asking the person taking my order if their fries were fresh. Frequently they replied "All of our fries are fresh." Since I could see the heat lamp behind the counter, I knew this to be a lie. However, if I pushed the issue too far, they often became indignant, resulting in me storming off to some other franchise that usually turned out to be worse than the first. Who wants french fries that are taste as if they came from rotting potatoes afflicted by blight?

Over the past decade, many people have switched to low sodium diets for health reasons. Because the fries beneath the heat lamp have already been salted, a new batch has to be fried before the customer's order can be filled. After seeing this happen several times, I have begun to order unsalted fries. Sometimes I have to wait five or ten minutes for my fries, but at least the matter no longer becomes confrontational. I now buy kosher sea salt from a neighborhood 99 cents store and sprinkle it on my french fries. It tastes divine. Bon appetit. Go ahead—supersize me.

Quacks:  Two Years in a VA Nursing Home

What is the easiest and most economical way to dispose of elderly disabled veterans who, in the eyes of many Veterans Affairs' doctors and administrators, have outlived their usefulness to society? The VA's answer is to warehouse them in an institution and deny them proper medical care. Prescribing them mind-numbing drugs greatly facilitates the process by rendering them easier to control and less likely to complain. Unlicensed physicians and incompetent nurses abound. Besides, negligence and elderly abuse lead to a high death rate, a necessity because there simply are not enough facilities and beds available to meet the steadily increasing demand. Death panels decide who will live and who shall die. Read Quacks to find out why more death certificates get doctored than patients at VA nursing homes. Order the paperback edition of Quacks by clicking on the lulu button buy Quacks. Click on the bookcover at left to read Quacks online. Please send me your comments.

Write your Congressman and tell him that you do not want the VA to conduct death panels or to encourage severely disabled veterans to commit suicide. Nursing homes are an abusive and dehumanizing means of warehousing long-term sick veterans. Homeless and disabled veterans should be given access to assisted living facilities where they can continue to take part in the community rather than being ostrasized in overcrowded, disease ridden nursing homes.


A few years ago I decided to drive my own well, using a few common building supplies, a little elbow grease, and a lot of common sense. If you can drive a nail into a board, you have the skills to augment your water supply.

Methods ranging from digging to blasting are used to reach the underground layer of fresh water that lies beneath dry land. Most of these are too technical, expensive, or dangerous for the average person. However, at the turn of the century the U.S. Army developed a fast, effective method to provide bivouacking troops with water that did not involve a lot of expensive, cumbersome equipment. Soldiers simply drove a pipe into the ground with a sledgehammer until they reached the aquifer. Subsequently, it has proven to be ideal for supplying water to homesteads, second homes, and remote villages in developing nations.

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The Gospel According to Condo Don Two millennia ago, the Son of God promised to return. In 1984, that promise was fulfilled. You may have even passed Him on the street and not been aware of it. Of course, you probably thought you had more important things to do than look for the Savior. Now, as you read an eyewitness account of the Second Coming, you realize just how wrong you were. Don't worry, there is still time. But I wouldn't delay, because it is your immortal soul that is at stake. Jesus Christ wants to change your life. He thinks you are worth saving. So, why do you keep trying to prove Him wrong? The choice is yours alone. You can either join the parade or you can stay on the sidelines and watch salvation pass you by.

Click on CC Now logo to purchase an unabridged MP3 CD, narrated by Catherine Byers. Please be forewarned that this novel was written from the perspective of a homeless alcoholic, a hard core bottom dweller who at the verge of death has religion thrust upon him the hard way. Although the Lord's name is never taken in vain, the dialogue necessarily does contain some graphic street language. Condo Don is a born fighter who literally takes on the devil. Prudes, conscientious objectors, and people who wear their religion on their sleeve have no business reading this book. Here God is full-strength and unadulterated, an awesome omnipotent God who demands to be respected. Redemption can be physically and mentally exhausting. Need recharging? Plug in here.

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The Gospel According
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Policing America's Empire

by Fred Dungan

There is an ugly dark side to America which you aren't likely to see on television or at the movies:  hungry, out-of-work families being turned away at homeless shelters; flim-flam man Ken Lay bribing Congress to turn its back while Enron fleeces employees and investors alike; the incredibly ridiculous screw-ups that led to 9-11; George W. Bush preaching crass crony capitalism; and Seagrams going all out to get kids to drink. These are topics that won't be discussed on the evening news. Learn what they don't want you to know.

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9/11 Vigilantes by Fred DunganRead the hard-hitting book they wouldn't publish for fear it might incite people to riot. 9/11 Vigilantes tells the action-packed story of the reaction of ordinary Americans to the senseless slaughter on September 11, 2001.  Although fiction, much of 9/11 Vigilantes is based on actual post 9/11 events.  The story is told by Ryan, a teenager in a small western resort town whose father is the local Sheriff, but this definitely isn't Opie in Mayberry.  Following 9/11, the concerned citizens of Hermosa are up in arms about the failure of law enforcement to stop illegal immigration and protect them from terrorists.  Street justice—the kind dispensed by vigilantes and militias—is preferable to no justice whatsoever. Ride with Ryan Romero and his posse as they pursue al-Qaeda terrorists across the vast expanse of the High Desert.


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