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  • Deep Disinformation: Can AI-Generated Fake News Swing an Election?

    by Ashley Parker Owens
    Dive into the shadowy world of fake news powered by artificial intelligence in the thrilling book Deep Disinformation: Can AI-Generated Fake News Swing an Election? This gripping guide takes you on a mind-bending journey to uncover how advanced tech is being used to manipulate everything we think we know. Presented in a nonpartisan approach with relevant links to articles, podcasts, YouTube videos, and more, see how realistic synthetic media threatens to destroy truth. This crucial manual offe... more
  • America in Turmoil

    by John DeQ. Briggs

    America in Turmoil is a diverse collection of thought-provoking and very readable essays by Washington lawyer and founding editor of The Chesapeake Observer, John DeQ. Briggs. Each originally published as a single online column, these essays offer an insightful look into the scores of consequential events that took place from pre-pandemic late 2019 through the tumultuous times of 2020-22. Among these events were: the murder of George Floyd, the rise and transmogrification of the BLM movement,... more

  • The Awesome Kids Guide to Race

    by Shayla Reese Griffin
    The Awesome Kids Guide to Race tells the sweeping story of race in the United States of America. This beautifully illustrated picture book includes: Profiles of inspiring activists who are Black, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, White, Latine, MENA, and Multiracial so all kids can feel proud of who they are!; Interesting facts about the contributions of racially diverse groups from around the world!; Simple explanations of complicated concepts like race, racism, white privilege, implicit bia... more
  • The Nature of Good Government

    by Herbert Smith
    The government should be a government of people, not money. The Occupy Wall Street movement senses this but lacks focus. This book provides that focus. The government has roles to play in the safety, conflict resolution, and pooling resources. The roles that the government has to play require strict adherence to the rules. There can be no forgiveness. Religion asks for perfection. To ask for the impossible guarantees failure. The role religion has to play must have forgiveness for failure ... more
  • Две декады

    by Андрей Полеев

    Поводом для составления очередного сборника моих публикаций являются две знаменательные даты: первая из них — двадцатилетие основания моего журнала, покончившего с академическим абсолютизмом, и вторая — десятилетие Конституции общности Русь, отменившей политический деспотизм демократии. Всё остальное, написанное, сказанное, и показанное публике индустрией массового оглупления в этом году, произведено лишь с целью сокрытия истины. Поскольку это в принципе невозможно, то злоумышленн... more

  • The Adversity of Diversity

    by Carol M. Swain, PhD and Mike Towle
    When the US Supreme Court announced its landmark 6-3 decision to take race out of the equation for college and university admissions, it did more than just bring Affirmative Action in higher education to a screeching halt. It also fired a warning shot across the bow of businesses and governmental agencies across America: the days for workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs that violate the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment have an expiration date. In The Adversity o... more
  • Thomas's America

    by Earl Ofari Hutchinson
    In Thomas’s America, political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson brings his extensive writings and analysis of SCOTUS justice Clarence Thomas during Thomas’s decades on the high court to bear. He assesses the Thomas phenomena and its impact on law, public policy, and race in America. He examines the controversies that have swirled around Thomas from his ultra-conservative political and ideological rigidity to charges of ethics, and financial improprieties, as well as his borderline legal cozy... more
  • The Cancer of Civilization Jihad

    by Paul Sutliff
    The Cancer of Civilization Jihad begins by examining the phenomenon of Muslim migration to Western civilizations, highlighting the impact it has on the host societies. Sutliff fearlessly addresses the critical question of whether irreconcilable differences exist between the social norms of Western civilization and those of Muslims in general—and proves beyond the shadow of a doubt there are. By delving into the Islamic concept of supremacy and the notion of truth-telling, the author invites read... more
  • The Divide of Nations

    by R. J. Mohr
    While the countries of northern Europe are among the most economically advanced in the world, nations in sub-Saharan Africa seem unable to develop. While residents of New Zealand are able to live relatively prosperous lives, people in countries such as Haiti constantly suffer from widespread poverty and persistent underdevelopment. But what is the reason for these profound inequalities that seem to exist between different countries? Why haven’t all nations managed to develop more evenly? And ... more
  • Reparations!

    by Earl Ofari Hutchinson
    In Reparations! Hutchinson examines the many facets of the raging debate over reparations. He explores the history of reparations proposals. He compares reparations paid to other groups for injustices including Germany’s reparations payout to Holocaust survivors to the demand for slavery reparations. He assesses the arguments for and against reparations and why it has become such a racially polarizing issue. He asks can you put a price tag on slavery reparations and what is that price to be m... more
  • Faith's Freckles: A Book to Build Self-Esteem

    by Shermaine Perry-Knights
    Looking for a book to build self-esteem in young girls with freckles? Meet Faith, a freckle-faced girl, who struggles to see herself as beautiful. With the help of McKenzie's friendship, she discovers the magic of her special spots and learns the importance of self-love. This powerful picture book teaches readers that "the things that make you different, make you extra special! It encourages important conversations about: Self-love Making new friends Big feelings Problem-solving Pos... more
  • Damaged People: Narcissism and the Foundation of a Dysfunctional American Society

    by Thomas Avant
    In this independently published book by debut author Thomas Avant, the author discusses narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), the collective narcissism inherent in today’s social and political realms, and the ultimate damage caused by individual and collective narcissists in terms of racism, bigotry, toxicity in the workplace, democratic decay, political stagnation, broken families, anti-intellectualism, and a range of other sociopsychological factors prevalent in society today. This candid ... more
  • My First Book Of Strangers: The People I DON'T Know

    by Laura Pruett
    Are you interested in teaching your child the dangers of strangers at a young age? If so, this book is for you! Encourage your little one to stay close to family and friends when strangers are around with People I DON'T Know, from the My First Book Of Strangers series. The imagery found in this book will allow the child in your life to see and feel the dangers of wandering off with people they don't know. Within these few pages lie lessons that are sure to stay with your child for a lifetime!
  • Wall Street's Financing of World War I

    by Kerry Segrave

    To finance World War I the banking system created the Liberty Loan programs to pass much of the war costs along to the underclass, Those who refused to buy any bonds or less than their "fair share" were demonized by the capitalist class as "financial slackers." Such individuals were attacked in the media by the opinion makers of the day. No excuse for not buying was acceptable. Those who declined to purchase bonds were ruthlessly attacked by naming, shaming, force, and coercion.

  • Das Religion

    by Russell Hamner
  • Graduating from the Electoral College

    by Tomas McIntee
    This book argues incisively that the Electoral College neither lives up to the hopes of the Founding Fathers nor to the promises made in the myths that protect it today. In thorough but concise analysis that includes every single presidential election from 1788 to 2020, Tomas McIntee shows that the Electoral College does not have a systematic bias in favor of small states, rural voters, or either of the two major political parties. Instead, it is chaotic; it favors large battleground stat... more