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by Mark LiptonSteve Jobs, Dov Charney, Lance Armstrong, Donald Trump. Each one has reached the pinnacle of American success. Is it because they were ambitious visionaries and talented entrepreneurs? Most Americans would say yes to both. But what else do they have in common? They're known for being mean. Though heralded as great leaders, each of these men and many more have also been exposed as toxic, raging, and manipulative. Yet, because America loves a winner, we look past even the most outrageous behavio... more
by Althea Lewis-BanksI decided to publish this book because this election cycle was nothing any of us had ever witnessed before. It was a circus?pure madness. So I made notes. I was in constant shock, saying to my poor husband, Roy, ?Can you believe this?? After a while, I knew he was tuning me out. LOL. I am what many people would describe as a political junkie. I pay attention. I follow the campaigns. I was a beast. I listened and watched as they tricked the uninformed and convinced them to vote against their own ... more
by salman najafov
by Kevin AlexandermanDiscusses how a new science of knowledge was the basis of successful A.I. software, and that this epistemological theory also applies to many other fields of the humanities. Shows how old philosophical paradigms that prevail in our societies are stunting intellectual growth and professional development. Presents a new solution to the classical Problem of Induction, showing why relative certainty is possible in science. Presents new theories of deduction (the first since Aristotle), induction... more
by Brian DonnellyHave you ever wondered why there is such a huge discrepancy between what scientists say about the age of our planet and what the Bible says? According to scientists, the planet is 4.6 billion years old. Yet the Bible says that this planet Earth is only six thousand years old. But what if both were right? What if there was an analysis of creation that combined science with scripture in the search for truth?yielding a unique and provocative conclusion about life?s beginning? In The Re-Creation ... more
by I. K. FlemingParadise—or the ordered universe or the cosmos—began with the discovery of time and its revelation that the universe operates according to universal laws. As Earth's people endeavored to live in harmony with these newfound principles, Paradise evolved into a religion as well as a science, and its truths were meticulously recorded in the myths and symbols that are the archives of preliterate peoples worldwide. The Rise and Fall of Paradise follows Paradise from its distant prehistoric beginni... more
by Stanley C. PolskiA Commentary on the Gospel of John is an exciting, startling new study by a lay philosopher who may be described as ?an uncommon common man.? Though detailed and scholarly, his work is excitingly readable for every seeker of insights. And isn?t that all of us? His writing provides a fresh, provocative, yet reverent look at Jesus as he is revealed through John?s writings and the author?s interpretation. The author quotes the Gospel of John a few verses at a time?and then explores these quotations... more
by David Ogula
Your small step could make a big difference.
Give Africa’s children a place of pride.
Join the movement to stem the destructive cycle of war, poverty, famine, hunger, pandemic, dilapidated infrastructure; abysmal basic utilities and health services, political and economic instability.
Africa Rising: Shedding Black Africa’s Burden is an introspective insider perspective about the burdens that have thwarted progress in Sub-Saharan Africa. Born and raised in Sub-Sah... more
by Laura TitzerUnfortunately, we work and live in a world that is growing more divisive every day. Most of us are taking notice to this. No Table Too Small shows how there are six primary capabilities that can show us how to engage fully in changing the food system. This book is about learning to love relentless incrementalism in change and how the six capabilities provide a path. It is set within the food system, but can be used in any system. It is a dance between art and attitude, leaving ego at page one. ... more
by ALS MarketingThis irreverant collection of aphorisms, one-liners, wisecracks, verse and more is as subversive as it is crucial to British comedy. This book is irrepressible!
by Thomas I. WhiteThe election of Donald Trump was not some once-in-a-lifetime aberration produced by bad luck, poor judgment and James Comey. Rather, it was the culmination of the Republican Party having been hijacked by the extreme right and transformed into a party that rejects fundamental ethical values. Conversation About America backs up this claim in an engaging fictional dialogue between a ‘mainstream’ Republican Congressman and a potential donor looking to support candidates who will champion values t... more
by russell d. wardTrump Mania introduces many new financial plans and programs to double our economy. Some of these plans are, securing a faith based $50 Trillion loan to pay off our current national debt, leaving $29 Trillion to pay employers and retirement funds to double workers hourly pay and government sponsored retirement programs such as Social Security. Government will also need to freeze wholesale/retail prices to unable citizens to purchase twice as much as they currently do. This lead off plan plus man... more
by Albert M. Iosue, M.D.There are 7.5 billion people alive today; millions more have lived, all having experienced the phenomena of mind and consciousness. The Library of Congress contains more than thirty-two million books, of which thousands are about the human mind. Because of the nature of language, no consensus has been reached as to what mind is and how it is related to the brain. In the last few hundred years, evil elements of the human mind have become dominant. An evolutionary development is unfolding as we li... more
by Gina MessinaIn a nation where the majority of Evangelical and Catholic populations elected Donald J. Trump to the highest office in the land, many have been left scratching their heads. How did Jesus’ teachings result in a leader of the free world who has mocked the disabled, sexually assaulted women, and openly made racist and xenophobic statements? If Jesus was President, how would his policies measure up against those of the Trump Administration? Would Christians of the Trump Era support a President J... more
by Susan LehmanThe Walking Dead, as all fans know, is not about the zombies. This amazing television phenomenon shows us a world where life’s dilemmas, morals and basic human issues are laid bare and out in the open. "Faith, Fighting and Forgiving: Life Lessons from The Walking Dead" highlights lessons that we can learn from these challenges. How do we handle anger? How can we find forgiveness? How do we know when it’s right to fight for ourselves and our beliefs? We face these questions as much as Rick, Carl,... more
by Axel ReimannHow about a totally new perspective on the economy? In a market economy, we all get what we deserve. At least, that’s what we believe. But more confusion reigns now than ever: who actually decides how big our share of the roast goat will be? Market laws or a curious arrangement construed by the powers that be? Axel Reimann explains why more and more people are questioning their faith in the economy and what impact that may ultimately have. In a humorous, vivid, and unconventional style, he revea... more