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Cowards

Cowards

By Glenn Beck Cowards: What Politicians, Radicals, and the Media Refuse to Say Just in time for the next presidential election the subject of this book is something that seems to be avoided in most of the debates taking place before the election. I am referring to the American people being told nothing but the whole truth regarding the major issues. The sad thing is that the truth is out there, however people do not want to hear it because it usually makes them uncomfortable. The one time Fox News TV show host, Glenn Beck who is the author of […]

The Fair Tax Book

The Fair Tax Book

By Neal Boortz And John Linder The Fair Tax Book: Saying Goodbye to the Income Tax and the IRS : Few people would expect a book about taxes to take The New York Times bestseller list by storm, but that’s exactly what The Fair Tax Book has done. For decades, Americans from every point on the political spectrum have moaned about April 15th and the maze of ridiculous instructions and high confiscatory taxation that accompanies that day. The current tax code is a labyrinth of over nine million pages of indecipherable jargon only a federal bureaucrat could fully appreciate. So […]

Political Frugality

Political Frugality

By Larry Roth Political Frugality : Guerilla Economics for the Demonized, Devalued, And Disenfranchised And Money Saving Tips for Everyone Else : It is hard to specify exactly what genre Larry Roth’s new book can fall into. Political, frugal living, gay rights, taking care of the body and more are covered in Political Frugality – Guerrilla Economics for the Demonized, Devalued and Disenfranchised. Larry was a high income-earner who gave it up to be a relaxed gardener; he exercises, eats right and lives frugally. This retired professional walks-the-walk, and raises several interesting points of view on society and communities. Discussions […]

My Book of Life

My Book of Life – A Companion Piece

By Oluwadahunsi My Book of Life, a Companion Piece: Letter To Maya Angelou : Letter to Maya Angelou is a book that is intended to entice the reader’s attention and provoke them to delve into deep thought on environmental and society issues. One hundred breath-taking, intimate photographs of nature scenes have been included in this book. Beautiful shots of flocks of birds just taking off in flight, enchanting forests, stunning autumn color and incredible sunsets were enough to make me a fan of the book. The photos are accompanied with poetic verses, which, unfortunately, did not strike a cord in […]

Condi The Condoleeza Rice Story

Condi: The Condoleeza Rice Story

By Antonia Felix Condi: The Condoleeza Rice Story : I had the satisfaction the other day of having finished a book. Yes, you would think that those of us who write for a living would be great readers. Some of us are, some of us aren’t. I probably am fairly well read overall, but that covers magazines, newspapers, articles, and the like for the most part…especially if they can be found online! My wife picked up a book for me this past Christmas and she hit it right on the mark — Condi: The Condoleeza Rice Story. Written by Antonia […]

Gods Covenant With America

God’s Covenant With America

By Bill Hunter God’s Covenant With America: From Birth Through The Nineteenth Century When the iron curtain came down in 1989, America’s role as the great proponent of freedom dramatically changed. As the only super power, America and its concept of freedom were challenged on one international front after another. Sept. 11, 2001, and its aftermath in Afghanistan and Iraq have brought to focus America’s idea of freedom and led to national soul searching concerning U.S. military activity in other lands. Now, within America’s borders, an escalating struggle is under way for the very soul of the nation, and the […]

American Theocracy

American Theocracy

By Kevin Phillips American Theocracy: The Peril and Politics of Radical Religion, Oil, and Borrowed Money in the 21st Century In his two most recent books, American Dynasty and Wealth and Democracy, Kevin Phillips has perhaps rightly earned the prestigious moniker of America’s premier analyst and critic. Now, in his new release, a doom and gloom tome some 480 pages long, Kevin Phillips assails three overlapping, growing, forces that threaten to rain on the parade of the American way of life. Actually, American Theocracy : The Peril and Politics of Radical Religion, Oil, and Borrowed Money in the 21st Century, […]