Women Behaving Courageously

Women Behaving Courageously
Since time began women have stepped forward to say ‘no’ or enough or ‘there has to be a better way’. This is the story of 25 female warriors and dozens of female heroes. It’s the story of ordinary women who have changed the face of families and communities. It’s the story of a small group of courageous women who changed an entire country. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Who the F*** Wants to be President?!: My Year of Living Politically

Free: Who the F*** Wants to be President?!: My Year of Living Politically

Could a no-name scientist from Florida have a shot at the Oval Office? This is the story of finding that answer. Told by a psychologist and former civil servant, this book sheds light on the ecosystem of national politics, interwoven with JJ Walcutt’s own experience campaigning across the 50 states. Free on Kindle.

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Sovereignty With All Its Intricacies: Or, a Discussion of the Vague Desires for Quebec Sovereignty

Sovereignty With All Its Intricacies: Or, a Discussion of the Vague Desires for Quebec Sovereignty

In Quebec, everybody is familiar, at least ostensibly, with the notion of sovereignty. In fact, the notion has been so widely used by independentists that it doesn’t seem to bear any semantic ambiguity, as if its meaning, as well as its conceptual implications, had become a no-brainer. By becoming a sovereign state, Quebec will at last, have they been harping on for the last fifty years, be able to take charge of its own destiny. But by focusing constantly on what they expect from the thing to yield, i.e., total legislative, judicial and executive power, they have neglected talking about the thing itself, where it comes from, where it goes, and how it works. Yet, there is already an effective sovereignty in place in Quebec, and it is very possible that, despite their subversive work, they have not been able to make it less immanent there than in the rest of Canada. $4.56 on Kindle.

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AMERICAN LYNCHPIN: The Spirit of Freedom and The Second Civil War

AMERICAN LYNCHPIN: The Spirit of Freedom and The Second Civil War

Eight out of ten people polled say they believe that the country is “mainly” or “totally’ divided.

There is a growing sentiment, in the majority of people in America, who believe that given our current state of affairs, we have never been more divided as a country. It is not only a political rift but it seems to be generational and cultural. People are starting to realize that they have nothing in common with their fellow countrymen. There is no common ground for compromise. That is remarkable considering all the instances of polarizing events that have occurred in our past, such as civil rights, abortion and the Vietnam War, just to mention a few. However, none of those controversies were divisive enough, to actually split the country apart.

Nevertheless, there is a precedent that did exactly x just that–tore this country asunder; resulting in four bloody years of slaughter that had brothers killing each other. It was the ultimate schism. The American Civil War was unquestionably one of the darkest times in our nation’s past.
The first Civil War is the blueprint for how a country becomes so divided, that it tries to annihilate itself. We must recognize it as such. We would be wise to study it, dissect it, deconstruct it and learn the lessons that it has to teach us, if we have any hope for the salvation of our country in the future.

We must take the words of Mary Chestnut to heart on the eve of the Civil War. “We are divorced, North and South, because we have hated each other so.” We must regard her words as a harbinger. $3.99 on Kindle.

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What To Do About POTASS

What To Do About POTASS

Tongue-in-cheek satire that will have you laughing out loud!

When Capitol Hill maintenance worker Thomas Wilson overhears different groups of legislators scheming about saving the country through various plots, he believes it’s incumbent on him to notify The President, who has recently hired him part-time to collect press clippings. Will The President listen to Wilson’s warnings or will the legislators bungle their way through their plan to rescue the country?

Start What To Do About POTASS and find out! $0.99 on Kindle.

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A View of British Politics

A View of British Politics
Read why Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party lost the 2019 General Election so decisively – and the reasons are not what the majority of politicians think. Ken Ross explains what is needed to get the keys to Downing Street and he offers some surprising conclusions. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: A View of British Politics

Free: A View of British Politics
After three years of a parliament in chaos, Boris Johnson’s 2019 General Election victory has stabilized the House of Commons and left the Labour Party in disarray. But why do politicians go so wrong in believing certain individuals are worthy of power when from the outset some leaders have little hope of winning? My theories of the qualities a leader must possess and the kind of policies he/she must espouse are detailed in this essay on British Political History (1964-2019). My unique viewpoint has developed over 50 years of political interest and observations. Free on Kindle.

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A View of British Politics

A View of British Politics
After three years of a parliament in chaos, Boris Johnson’s 2019 General Election victory has stabilized the House of Commons and left the Labour Party in disarray. But why do politicians go so wrong in believing certain individuals are worthy of power when from the outset some leaders have little hope of winning? My theories of the qualities a leader must possess and the kind of policies he/she must espouse are detailed in this essay on British Political History (1964-2019). My unique viewpoint has developed over 50 years of political interest and observations. $0.99 on Kindle

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Free: Stars, Stripes and Corporate Logos

Free: Stars, Stripes and Corporate Logos
“Gilleland bravely broaches numerous subjects that are politically sensitive and expresses his often politically incorrect perspective.” -Authors Reading

In the military, my buddies and I often talked about “home,” which was not the place from which we enlisted. It was anywhere in the U.S. As soon as we stepped down off an aircraft onto the tarmac anywhere in the continental United States, we were home. The most important influences in my life were my God, my wife, and my mother, combined with outside influences from the military and corporate environments. Free on Kindle.

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