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by Michael Boyajian
The dreamed of golden age of the LGBTQ community having been achieved with near universal approval suddenly the Pride world finds itself targeted by extremists and a firewall holding back a flood of hate that may devastate America. These are the places of the LGBTQ world from the city bars to Fire Island and P Town to the rapidly expanding gay enclaves of the purple mountains of the Catskills.
“Without love you have hate” — Sal J. Calise
by Paul CienfuegosDo you care deeply about the state of our society and don't see yourself as an activist but want to do something powerful to make a difference? Or maybe you are an activist and are frustrated that your efforts aren't bearing fruit? This book is for you! No more pleading with government and corporate power-holders who don't care what you think. No more testifying at public hearings where the law requires that they ask for public input but the decision has already been made. It's time to breakout ... more
by Greenleaf Book GroupIn a world comprised of nations, size can determine destiny. But greater size may also come at a price. Larger nations can spend more on militaries. The United States can afford aircraft carriers; Costa Rica cannot. Larger nations can exploit economies of scale, spreading the costs of high¬ways, schools, and police across a greater number of taxpayers. Larger nations can offer companies deeper markets to sell goods and services, unfettered by trade barriers. In a nation of one individual, the ... more
by Jaiden BaynesA GRIPPING EXPOSÉ, SHINING NEW LIGHT ON AFRICA'S USERS AND ABUSERS, FROM THE PAST TO THE PRESENT. Enemies of Africa delivers an eye-opening narrative highlighting the monumental scope of exploitation and ill-treatment both Africa and its people have suffered for centuries. Exploring the varieties of Anti-Africanism that have evolved through the ages, author Jaiden Baynes highlights an array of institutions, individuals, and systematic establishments that have undermined, persecuted, and ensla... more
by Mwanandeke KindemboIn this book, author Mwanandeke Kindembo presented the reader with his manifesto, or a shared reality that exemplifies his ultimate mission. Which is based on finding within himself the motivation, or the correct vision to improve the world around him. He showed us the geography of his passions and how he is ready to step in to lead people to the promised land of liberty. The author delved into his own hidden agendas to find a more realistic worldview based on direct experience, rather than imag... more
by Jeffrey Wynter KoonThe concept of cultural insanity provides a better way of understanding much of what is wrong in our society and in the world today--and how it got that way. Where our own culture is involved, we are partly blind to it. Accordingly, correctly grasping the idea of cultural insanity will also reveal pathways to develop more realistic worldviews, improve our self-understanding, and help liberate our minds from the unseen mesh of cultural implants and biases. Surprisingly, cultural insanity c... more
by Richard V. BattleAmeriCAN-do spirit is what propelled our prosperity and success for more than 200 years. It is our responsibility to perpetuate this gift for future generations of AmeriCAN freedom and advancement. Made in America by AmeriCANS not AmeriCANTS includes the following tools to aid our efforts to benefit our families, communities, and country: Including specific ideas to achieve more success: •\t46 Proven common sense AmeriCAN essays. •\t103 Motivational and inspirational quotati... more
by PAUL BAWEJAThe Struggle of Women: Major Female Figures throughout World History examines the extraordinary contribution of a number of notable women from different walks of life. It considers women across multiple nation-states, various eras and epochs, women in slavery, poverty, royalty, and aristocracy. In addition, this book identifies the majestic contribution of saintly and secular women alike, it also cuts across the variations of gender, race, colour, social class, ethnicity, private wealth, educati... more
by Earl Ofari HutchinsonThe Midterms Why They are So Important and So Ignored, political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson offers fresh insights into a part of the American political process that has meant so much to the governance of the country. But at the same time has received so little public attention and so little overall voter participation and interest. So little that it represents an embarrassing stain on our democracy.
by Jerry KotsovosCOMFORTABLE FALSEHOODS AND UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTHS is a presentation of nearly one hundred comfortable falsehoods pertaining to nearly thirty social, political, and economic issues (e.g., abortion, the death penalty, nuclear war, church-state relations, sports in America, obscenity, and euthanasia) and the uncomfortable truths contradicting them. The presentation is documented by nearly one thousand sources and nearly two hundred famous people are quoted in the book - including, for example, famou... more
by Jack Hassard
Jack Hassard examines the interplay of politics and science to unravel the effects that Donald Trump and his administration had on American society.
Life Enabling Enterprise: An Alternative Approach to Commerce. Volume 1: The Model and Other Critical Knowledgeby Raphael Vitalo
The issue with Capitalism is more than economics. It is about the survival of humankind.
This first-ever book to evaluate the effects of Capitalism from economic, social, and evolutionary perspectives also offers a detailed presentation of an alternative approach to commerce that is founded on the principles of individual freedom and property rights, yet it ensures that all commercial endeavors protect, nurture, and enrich human life and the ecosystem that supports all life.
by Michael Boyajian
The use of illusion increased due to the Town of Fishkill clerk candidate's growing health concerns, fear of winning and acute apprehension of carrying out the job in what many were beginning to suspect was more husband Mike's campaign than that of wife Jeri's.
by T. C EvansThis guidebook explores the unique experience of being Black in Canada, the many aspects of Blackness, its influences, and the simple ways of overcoming the growing problem of anti-Blackness. By providing an in-depth knowledge-based-analysis, it lays out clear and practical steps that individuals, businesses, organizations, local communities, municipal, provincial, and federal institutions, can follow to remove all vestiges of anti-Blackness. Although his focus is the Canadian experience, the in... more
by Spencer BishinsA former Social Security Administration (SSA) disability decision writer goes behind the scenes to show you why it’s so difficult to win a Social Security Disability case. Working as an Attorney Advisor for over 10 years, the author drafted and reviewed thousands of disability decisions. During this time, he learned why the system is stacked against the claimant throughout the process. After he left SSA, he wanted to make this knowledge available to everyone. The author reveals the inner working... more
by Mel G. MontpelierAMERICAN APOCALYPSE is a reflective commentary on the fifty-year Republican Assault on America from the 1971 Powell Republican political “dark money” offensive to save “Capitalism from Democracy” to the 2021 Republican violent Capitol Insurrection of January 6, 2021, to overturn the United States Constitution and the electoral will of the people. Yesterday’s America of prosperity for the many is today an America of prosperity for the few.” This will be America’s forever world of tomorrow should ... more