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  • Coronavirus and the Strange Death of Truth

    by Brian Patrick Bolger
    'How Liberal Elites, Technology and Media are killing Freedom' The Plague, said Camus, was a manifestation of a cultural and ideological sickness. 'Coronavirus and the Strange Death of Truth' illustrates the elites manipulation of democracy and freedom through the use of Technology and Medias. Professor Adrian Wilkinson, Griffiths University , Australia: 'An impressive wide-ranging and readable book covering History, Politics, Economics and Culture and tracing the ills of the Coronavirus ... more
  • ETERNAL VIGILANCE

    by Ralph L. Bayrer
    Your argument of how to protect the goose that laid the golden egg by defending freedom, civil society, and capitalism from the pernicious effects of Progressivism seems compelling to me. Moreover your account of the rise of progressivism in the U.S.is must reading for anyone who would take a stand on political issues. And no one who reads your accounts of the rise and fall of free-people-free market models of government in other societies can fail to agree with you about the value of governmen... more
  • A Study of Dragons of Eastern Europe

    by Ronesa Aveela
    Have you ever wondered if dragons were real? Author Ronesa Aveela grew up in Bulgaria, terrified by tales of dragons capturing beautiful girls for their brides. Her grandmother armed her with protective herbs and performed rituals passed down from generation to generation. Dragons, the third book in the series, takes you across Eastern Europe to discover folkloric beliefs, fairy tales, customs, and rituals about the dragons who once lived in the land, and still do within the hearts of many... more
  • Sexist Shit that Pisses Me Off

    by Peg Tittle
    The title says it all. A collection of close to two hundred exposes and analyses of everyday sexist shit (and gender shit, since gender is aligned with sex) that pisses me off. Philosophy with an attitude. Because the unexamined life is dangerous.
  • Beneficial Accomplishments of Joe Biden

    by BB Denson
    This book is conservative political satire. It is an easy read! Some of the following subjects have just a little bit of satirical conservative commentary. Not much! 1.) Reduced Healthcare Costs 2.) Advancement of Education 3.) Improved Race Relations 4.) Encouraged Free Speech 5.) Safer Cities 6.) Strengthened the US Military 7.) Protected US Intellectual Property from China 8.) Brought Manufacturing Jobs Back to the USA 9.) United the Country 10.) Made the USA a More Prosperous Country 1... more
  • 2021 Domestic and U.S. Foreign Policy Strategy

    by Fernando Fontanez

    THE 20 YEAR RESEARCH PROJECT EXAMNES NOBODY TAKING SOME OIL TO PAY FOR THE WAR AFTER 911 AND AIDING OSAMA BIN LADENS THREAT TO ECONOMICALLY BLEED AMERICA AND DISCOVERS ACTUAL MONIES STILL DUE TO THE WORLD,US GOVERNMENT, ALL AMERICA THAT ARE STILL THERE AND THE SHOCKING TRUTH ON KEEPING USG IN DEFICTS AND OTHER LOCAL, COUNTY AND STATE GOVERNMENTS AS WELL AND THE PRESCRIPTED INTENTIONAL HIJACKING OF AMERICAN COMPANIES FORCING THEM TO LEAVE AMERICA WITH THE SOLUTION TO BRING THOSE COMPANIES BACK... more

  • Capital De Facto

    by Arman Calbay
    Economic freedom and entrepreneurial spirit are very important and this should be based on a strong economic theory, which in fact does not exist now. The objective economic theory is the topic of Capital de facto. The book's approach helped to reveal the most common economic misconception: the idea about the sale of labor force under capitalism. Even anti-socialists now believe this, but the book proves the opposite thesis in terms of economics, without taking too general philosophical reasoni... more
  • A Brief History of Stigma

    by Ashley L. Peterson

    Stigma can have a huge impact on the lives of people living with mental illness. That needs to change, but how can we make it happen? A Brief History of Stigma explores the past and present of stigma to give a solid basis to examine strategies to reduce stigma and critically evaluate their effectiveness. It also incorporates the author's experiences as a former mental health nurse living with a chronic mental illness.

    The book is divided into three parts. Part I explores what exactl... more

  • Quantum of Justice: the Fraud of Foreclosure and the Illegal Securitization of Notes by Wall Street

    by Douglas J. Boggs
    Follow real estate developer/investor, Douglas Boggs', own "David and Goliath" story, where he acted as his own attorney against Wells Fargo Bank. Doug clearly exposes the depth of fraud in the foreclosure system, failures of the justice system, corruption of Wall Street and the illegalities of the Securitization of notes on Wall Street. Boggs sheds light as how a homeowner with no mortgage, one current on their mortgage, or one who paid cash for their home, can still get foreclosed on; how ther... more
  • Behind the Curtain of Power

    by Rune Olsø
    We all know the names of the last US presidents, but who were the masterminds that catapulted them into the highest echelon of power? Go behind the scenes for an honest look at the way a handful of exceptional political operatives manipulated, cajoled, and maneuvered their way through the political battlefield of presidential elections. Discover who they are, deep down; where they come from and the foals and fears driving them. With nicknames like “Bad Boy,” “The Ragin’ Cajun,” “the Architect... more
  • American Fascism

    by Brynn Tannehill
    Trump is out of the White House, but American democracy is on the ropes and teetering on the brink of competitive authoritarianism controlled by theocrats and oligarchs. With its cherished institutions hobbled, political norms trampled, guardrails severely damaged, and body politic divided by chasms of race and geography, can the U.S. survive another administration dedicated to establishing de facto single party rule? In this compelling, comprehensive analysis, Brynn Tannehill draws on her exper... more
  • Politics of Being. Wisdom and Science for a New Development Paradigm

    by thomas legrand
    What would a wisdom-based or “spiritual” approach to politics look like? How can we tap into science to support our conscious collective evolution? In this groundbreaking work, Thomas Legrand proposes to fundamentally reframe our model of development from its current emphasis on “having” to one focused on “being”. Mobilizing a wealth of scientific research from many different fields, the core teachings of wisdom traditions, and his own personal experience, Legrand invites us to a profound and p... more
  • Jumpstart Your Allyship: Five Easy Steps to Ally with BIPOCs

    by Xolani Kacela
    The booklet gives you the action plan to jumpstart your personal ally game plan. There are five easy steps laid out in plain English that guide you through a process of overcoming obstacles to you becoming an ally to Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOCs). The book starts at square one distinguishing between an ally and advocate. Next, it lays out a step-by-step process for jumpstarting your essential work of actually showing up for BIPOCs ready to take action. A bonus chapter tak... more
  • Racism by Proxy

    by Johnny Townsend
    Are you biased? Am I? The short answer is yes. We all are. Having bias isn’t a choice. We can’t avoid it. We prefer members of our religion, our country, our political party, and speakers of our native language. We’re taught bias by people who aren’t conscious of their biases, and we in turn unintentionally pass them on to others. So it’s not a “sin” to be biased. It’s inevitable. What matters is not allowing our unchosen biases to exert absolute control over our decisions and be... more
  • Why They Stay: Sex Scandals, Deals, and Hidden Agendas of Eight Political Wives

    by Anne Michaud
    Veteran political journalist Anne Michaud knows the hidden agendas women employ to gain and cling to power. Working as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal and awarded “Columnist of the Year” by the New York News Publishers Association, Anne has researched the women behind some of the most notorious men in the public eye. She discovered a surprising pattern as old as the dynastic maneuverings of England’s medieval queens. Today, women married to the “royalty” of our times–politicians–make ... more
  • Best Year Ever: Thought and Inaction Through a Long 2020

    by Brant von Goble
    Best Year Ever is a collection that addresses American exceptionalism and decline; the development of a multipolar geopolitical order; debt, law, and redemption; and the long-term and largely positive (if complex) effects of the events of 2020 and beyond. Equally caustic and humorous, the essays within Best Year Ever look back at the misery of the past before turning toward the brightness of the future.

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