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Puppets of Faith: Theory of Communal Strife (A critical appraisal of Islamic faith, Indian polity ‘n more)by BS Murthy
On one hand, this ‘book of logic ‘n reasoning’ appraises the Islamic faith shaped by the sublimity of Muhammad's preaching in Mecca and the severity of his sermons in Medina, which together make it Janus-faced to bedevil the minds of the Musalmans.
That apart, aided by “I’m Ok – You’re Ok”, the path-breaking work of Thomas A. Harris and Roland E Miller’s “Muslim Friends–Their Faith and Feeling”, ... more
by Nelson N Nkwene
THE SILENT KILLER IN AFRICA
In an attempt to bring to you how life differs amongst people, geographical locations, culture and political systems, I explore the survival strategies used by Africans over the last three centuries; focusing on how African people, leaders, culture and society have adopted and adapted over time to improve Livelihood, Human rights, Women and Gender equality, Civil society, religious advancement and Environment conservation.
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A Look in the Mirror: The Disintegration of our Morals,Values, Ethics and Society - Can America be Saved?by Darrell Cass
In this informative, witty, painfully honest Socrates-like "hard" look in the mirror, Darrell Cass re-educates those 99% of Americans and the world that have been bullied, brainwashed, kidnapped, and beaten into delusional submission by master sorcerers. You will laugh, cry, and be ashamed as he illuminates the ingenious ways our self-serving elite have percolated their morals, values, and ethics down throughout society. One that was willingly hypnotized, brainwashed, and duped into... more
Reflections: Looking back reminds us who we are, how we got here, where we're going, what it means, and why it mattersby Jeff ResnickReflections. Looking back reminds us who we are, how we got here, where we’re going, what it means, and why it matters. Written from the perspective of seniors enjoying the fourth quarter of life, even as they wonder about Sudden Death Overtime. Often funny, occasionally melancholy, but always heartfelt, these universal reflections on life are are the perfect excuse for family communication across the generations. And a reason for creating your own family history. Past, present, and future. But ... more
by Bruce BerlinThis book is an urgent call to all Americans to focus on a critical issue: huge sums of money unjustly influencing US elections and public policy. Some people see the United States as a plutocracy run by and for the very rich. Breaking Big Money’s Grip on America provides convincing evidence to support this view and explores how a nationwide Democracy Movement can overcome Big Money’s control and convert our government into one that serves the needs of the American people. It also demonstrates w... more
Wedged: How you Became a Tool of the Partisan Political Machine, and How to Start Thinking for Yourself Againby Erik FoggAmericans are fed up with politics as usual. Really, really fed up. This, however, is old news. For over a decade the pundits of America have decried the dysfunction of American politics, and politicians have promised that, if elected, they’ll bring about the change we need. We’ve grown rightly cynical to such promises, and we watch, seemingly helpless, as the state of politics in the US spirals further into partisan gridlock and mutual antipathy. Dozens of solutions have been proposed ... more
by Lynne BlanchardFramed With Google Maps examines how police corruption and failures of our justice system resulted in Cisco IT engineer, Brad Cooper, being unjustly accused and convicted of the murder of his wife, Nancy Cooper in May, 2011. Nancy left home the morning of July 12, 2008 to go jogging and was tragically found murdered two days later in an undeveloped neighborhood three miles from the Cooper home. A frantic 911 call with false accusations from Nancy’s friend resulted in immediate tunnel vision by p... more
by Ginnah HowardIt’s the first day of school at Stanton Central High. The teacher stands by the door as ready as she’s going to be. The 6B Improvement of Language Skills class bursts in: Neal, with a shaved head; Joe, wearing three earrings; Vance, in dark glasses and a heavy navy jacket, the same one he wore the few days he attended last year… plus the other fourteen. “I’m hungry”… “I hate English” … “I’m sick of this already.” And so the new year begins. We will be with them for two semesters and we will get... more
by Geraldine PerryBy tracing our modern money system all the way back to the man-made god of ancient Babylonia, this book unfolds many of the misconceptions we have about about money and the role government plays. With her Constitutional promise of a true, "democratic" money, America at her birth offered real hope to the world that mankind could at last break free of the heavy yoke of "false" money and its worship of mammon. Yet, with the exception of one brief twenty month period, America has never fulfilled tha... more
by Robert KoffPsychologist Dr. Robert Koff’s Human Behavior in Extreme Situations analyzes the response techniques and modern-day tactics for both responding to and preventing violence in schools.
by Patricia Zita KrischA new book by sociologist Patricia Zita Krisch tells the story of eight inner-city boys and their experiences as A Better Chance (ABC) scholars, living in a group home and attending an elite suburban high school along Philadelphia’s Main Line. A House Alive with Words brings to life the challenges they met being minority youth in a largely white school, being poor in an affluent community, and meeting demanding academic standards. The book also portrays their adjustment to living in a group... more
by Mark Mullen
America We Need A Raise is a Readers' Favorite 2015 International Book Award Bronze Medal Winner in the non-fiction government/politics category.
Stagnated wages! Fewer good career opportunities! Absence of upward mobility!
Middle Class Americans are dying – literally and figuratively – faster than any other place in the world. There is a pronounced wealth divide between the rich and the m... more
by Lyle StrathmanToward Peace is original in that it progresses from the notion that there is objective truth to the notion that the enactment of truth in human activity is essential to the establishment of peace, but also that human beings tend to wander between knowledge and ignorance, and between a good will and a concupiscent will. This is accomplished by interweaving philosophic ideas expressed by Plato and Aristotle with parables and aphorisms expressed by ancient Indian and Chinese wise men, with Judaic a... more
by Bob ManninoThe book for our times that needed to be written, Up From the Ashes identifies that we are living through a period of societal breakdowns. The book discusses the corrosive impact of Political Correctness on the body politic. Political Correctness’s media bias and the “self-guilt” they propagate are leading to the demise of Democracy throughout the world. Up From the Ashes understands that the true friends and allies of Democracy are beginning to stir and pull back against the tide of Political C... more
by N. E. Parks
In a timely discussion, this book provides some common sense ideas on how to put the government back in the hands of the people who have had their lives turned upside down from loss of jobs, the mortgage crisis, high cost of education and healthcare, risky 401ks, and an insecurity in the future not seen since the Great Depression.
It outlines how the nation got into such a mess and proposes a Domestic Plan to focus on the national priorities most Americans are concerned about. It outli... more
What Fresh Hell? The Best of Levees Not War: Blogging on Post-Katrina New Orleans and America, 2005–2015by Mark LaFlaur“What Fresh Hell?” brings together 10 years’ blogging on war and peace; politics and society in the Obama and Bush-Cheney years; infrastructure; and the environment in a time of extreme weather. The New Orleans–dedicated, New York–based blog Levees Not War was founded in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina, and now serves up liberal portions of sharp, spirited writing, grounded in a vision of the social contract—a society held together by honoring the Golden Rule—along with interviews with experts, tri... more