If you feel that the United States government no longer serves you, but instead serves the interests of a small number of financial institutions and corporations that are “too big to fail”, then this book was written for you.


Taking back America – An Immediate Solution to America’s Economic, Political and Environmental Crises lays out a practical plan to put control of the economy and political system back in the hands of the American people.


The fact is that we are the economy and we are the government. We fought the British Empire to make it so.


We now face a new kind of empire, one composed of an elite class of CEOs and government officials who work for each other at our expense. Like the British Monarchy before them, they send our raw materials overseas for manufacture there and skew the tax laws and regulations in their favor.


We can stop this burgeoning plutocracy and reestablish democracy right now. The pathway is simple – make us the main source of energy, food and water for our communities and ourselves. Taking Back America outlines practical steps to accomplish this using current technology within ten years. 


This website is the beginning of the communication strategy that supports the plan. I intend to add a blog, interviews, videos and art to enhance understanding of the principles involved and to promote efforts across the country to reverse the decline in our economy, political system and natural environment.


Corey D. Kaup


Corey D. Kaup is president of Kaup Communications, a New York media production and consultancy firm established in 1983. He is an award winning filmmaker and journalist and an expert in designing and solving problems for complex media technology systems.

Mr. Kaup is the author and publisher of the visionary philosophy of science, Nothingness Theory (, and author and publisher of its first practical application, the eBook “Taking back America – An Immediate Solution to America’s Economic, Political and Environmental Crises.”

Kaup has worked as a filmmaker, writer, actor, musician, composer, photographer and most notably, late one summer in South Chicago, as a stock clerk in his grandfather’s hardware store – the first Ace Hardware store ever.