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by Mustafa Ebaid
Sustainable intelligent strategic development and renovation, includes Social Contract Development and Intractable Conflicts Solutions, Education, Health, Research and Sports Systems, Security Management, Economy and Investment, Leadership and Senior Strategic Management Systems, Legal Systems, Measurement And Evaluation Systems
by David CampioneHow to contact a UFO Space Craft for your own personal information and knowledge. Over 50 UFO space craft illustrations, various sighting reports and experiences. Two actual Space Craft Photographs.
by Ben BatchelderA returning ex-pat circumnavigates the Lower 48 on a quest to discover what it means to be an American post-9/11. Far from the touristed paths, he discovers that the country’s edge tells much about its core, while coming home to a sense of profound gratitude.
by Paul V. Cornell du HouxUnicycle is the story of a book that reveals the ethics nature's fundamental democracy using the logic of asymmetry with an alternative math. The history of experimental science confirms that nature is fundamentally asymmetric; it is increasingly certain that no pure symmetry will ever be found, even by our most sophisticated machines. Travel the reasons for this absence and discover nature's balance anew. Explore the interconnected maze of consequences for civilization, religion, consciou... more
by Michael StansfieldThe Symmetry of all things: Religions, Political Parties, Economics, etc. and the common person on the street.
by Dom SgambelloneThe book is a collection of idea and suggestions to make the political process easier and less corrupt. This book encourages all to get involved for the good of the country and to take it away from the claws of special interests.
by Tom E. PorterThis book is a game changer! It places the Conservative Movement squarely behind the U.S. Citizen. It identifies and solves the five factors causing the wealth/income gap. It details an impactful jobs program that rebuilds our middle class. It makes an ironclad offer of a more honest government and constrains our overreaching federal bureaucrats. It explains how the Republican Congress can compel the Supreme Court to quickly address the Executive Branch’s unlawful actions without shutting down t... more
Corktown is a novel. No Pie In the Sky: The Hobo as Ameriican Culture Hero in the Works of Jack London, Jphn Sos Passos and Jackby Frederick FeiedThe central premise or conclusion of this work is that the struggle for survival or supremacy is the motive or driving force in the evolution of societies as well as species. Conflict and competition, war and the threats of war have carried us to undreamed of heights of achievement. They have also led to some of our worst excesses, consigning once great civilizations to the dustbin of history, their monuments trampled underfoot, their subjects dispersed, enslaved or put to the sword. This para... more
by Barry ShawFighting Hamas, BDS and Anti-Semitism defines the Gordian knot that binds a fervent anti-Israel activism at all levels as being inimitably linked to Jew-hatred.
This book is in response to the failed national policies and the misguided foreign policy agenda of the government of the United States of America. Our Law of the Land, the U.S. Constitution, should not be mocked and ridiculed by those who serve us, the sovereign People of the Republic of the United States of America. As a nation, I believe we have lost our way and it is imperative that we return to our core beliefs. Our nation has been a guiding light to this world, but this cannot continue ... more
by Tom Knight
National polls show most people are dissatisfied with government. This book explains government to anyone, cutting through the noise. It then provides practical suggestions about how government can be better. First on the list? Start using the preferences of the majority of citizens for decision-making.
by David BillingsHuman history is a confusion of nominal and actual economic wealth. Just as a fire results from the combination of spark, oxygen and fuel without extinguishment, so too do duress, ineffectiveness and inversion without social feedback result in economic bubbles. These bubbles are neither pretty or temporary as their damage can be severe and permanent.
by Ibtihal Mahmood
by Thomas WinterbottomHumans have come a long way since their origin in Africa thousands of years ago. From primitive hunter-gatherers, to the beginning of agricultural development, to the Industrial Age and now the Information Age. And it was this Industrial Age, combined with the Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution which led leading thinkers to believe in the unlimited progress in human society. This book examines this idea as played out in the development of the American social welfare state.
by Pamela Wray
by Leo J. BattenhausenSearing New Book Exposes Nation’s Rotting Social Fabric, Proving Americans Are Literally “Loving Themselves to Death”
What happens to a society when common courtesy, values, morals and kindness are not merely disregarded, but considered old-fashioned and outdated? Why are more and more children being diagnosed with social and emotional disorders today than ever before in history? When has true face-to-face communication become unwanted and obsolete? Where has America’s sense of decency and... more